If your car came in to contact with her car, there should be some sort of evidence of scratching or paint on your car that matches her car. I recommend you turn it in to your insurance company and tell her to do the same. And I also agree with the other attorneys in this post.
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Simply report this to the police and your insurance company.
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It sounds like she's trying to take advantage of you. I agree with prior answer and I'd report it to the police and your insurance company. When the police contact her that should be enough to scare her if she in fact is making a false claim.
Sounds like you're being suckered. You should have had the cops come down.
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You need to report this to your insurance company. They will send someone out to investigate and take pictures pictures of your car and talk to the woman making the claim. If the woman is in fact lying, she will likely back-off because insurance fraud has serious consequences.
Power mirrors are expensive ($350-500). If you know you did it, turn the claim into your insurance company. That is why you pay premiums for liability coverage, to use it when you need it. Don't make any "off the books" payments. Let your company determine the nature and extent of her damages.
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