If they do not want to pay an amount that you are satisfied with, then contact a local lawyer to represent you. If you have full coverage, then your insurance company may pay you and seek reimbursement from the offending insurance company.
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It is increasingly common for people to deny their actions. In this case, the driver's denial may be due to advice from his criminal attorney as such could cause him to be convicted of hit and run. Whether the owner or some one with his permission to drive the car hit you, just file suit. He and at least five "John Does" as defendants
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Hit and run accidents such as yours are lucky to find the offending driver. Good job. If the driver does not admit his actions in the face of being caught, your options are to personally go after him or to turn the matter over to your insurance, collect and then it is their responsibility to collect the money. The decision is yours.
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