I rear ended someone earlier this week. It was stop and go traffic so I wasnt going fast. The guy's car I hit didnt get damaged at all and he was fine as well. He said he will let me go on the spot. I offered my information but he only took my cell number and DL number. He didnt write down my insurance even though I gave him my card. Now he calls back after two days saying he feels stiff and couldnt go to work and wants his wages reimbursed and money for the damage on the car. He filed a police report today and left me voicemail. Him and his insurance agent keeps calling to get my insurance information. I contacted a family lawyer and he advice me that I'm not obligated to give them my insurance info because the guy clearly didnt write it down on the spot even though I offered. Any advice?I filed a claim with my insurance company within an hour of the accident. The other guy doesnt have any collision coverage on the car so the insurance company wont pay for it. That's why he is trying to get me to pay for his fake damage and fake injury (stiffness!) I have no problem paying him but he is making up stories and not providing me with real invoices/bills.
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