The other vehicles insurance should pay for all the damage to both vehicles.
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We would definitely need more information. If you want to write everything down and send it to JacobSmith@jbsmithlaw.com I would be happy to look your case over and discuss your options with you. Good luck.
If the other driver was at fault, as it seems by your facts, their insurance should pay for the damage to your vehicle.
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If you were legally operating your vehicle, you would not be at fault since the backing party has a duty to yield. So, file a police report, if you can. Document the damages by taking pictures, both cars if possible. Preserve the facts by drawing diagrams and photographing the area. Send a letter to the other parties insurance company demanding they cover all costs of repairs. If that does not work, talk with an attorney, or take them to small claims court.
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He is at fault for causing the wreck but you will be in trouble for driving without insurance. WHY ARE YOU DOING THAT? Car insurance is cheap. It is a lot cheaper than a cell phone or internet and I bet you have both of those. Get it now and stop risking criminal charges over it.
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