He was on a bike and turning out from a sidewalk onto a crosswalk in the middle of campus, where all pedestrians have priority, and the car hit him and sent him flying, hurting his leg/knee and he had to go get checked in the ER and suffered many days afterward of pain and lack of movement. The car sustained small front-bumper damage and a police report was filed. She was found not liable and my boyfriend received a bill for close to $2,000 in car damages; we think they sent it directly to him since he was on a bike, not in a vehicle. Can my boyfriend's car insurance cover the damages, or is there a way to "appeal" these damages since we feel he is not at fault? He also suffered physical pain and extended misery since the accident happened, so does that count for something? What can we do?
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