I was making a left turn and both cars in drivable lanes were yielding to me. As I am passing through, this guy plows into the front end of my car because he was driving in the parked car lane!! In his statement to his insurance company, he and a "whitness" (who I did not even see at the scene) made false statements that he was driving in the second lane (not the parked car lane) and only one car (convenient that they both claimed it was a "white truck") was yielding to me. There are also two signs posted on the street directing you to merge from the lane he was in because it becomes a lane to park. I have a picture of my car post accident that shows the position of my car post accident. How strong do you think my case is?The picture shows that if he was driving in the second lane as he claims, my car would have either (a) been in a different position on the street post accident or (b) he would have hit my car in the rear and it would have been faced the other way.
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