Section 3748 ((relating to accident reports) states: "Any person who gives information in oral or written reports required by this subchapter knowing or having reason to believe that the information is false is guilty of a summary offense and shall, upon conviction, be sentenced to pay a fine of $200." You insurance company and her insurance company should be treating this as her fault. Her insurance Company should pay your damages. You probably should hire an attorney to help out since "totaling" your call might not enable you to receive a settlement that will pay off any financing or enable you to purchase a replacement. The insurance company will likely say that your car is worth 80% of what you paid for it.
I would concentrate on your claim. If you are injured, you should seek counsel now.
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It is very common for differing versions of how an accident occurred to arise even after the police have investigated. Practically speaking, there is little you can personally do to the adverse driver even if they made false statements in the police report. I doubt any attorney would pursue such an action for you. However, if you were injured in the accident then you should immediately utilize Avvo to locate a local personal injury attorney in your city.
Sounds like driver failed to yield. Retain a personal injury lawyer. Avvo has a terrific "find a lawyer" tool to locate a top-rated Avvo attorney with a low contingency fee. Good luck.
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