You can certainly buy him some beers then! (Make sure he is of legal age for drinking, and not riding his bike after the beers) If he wants money, report it to your insurance company to resolve.
He can sue you if he wishes. Your insurance company should take care of it, however.
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If he ends up contacting you or filing a claim, your insurance company will deal with it. Until then, don't worry about it.
Report this incident to your automobile liability insurance carrier and cooperate with their investigation.
Next time, report any collisions to the police.
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