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He was biking on the R hand side of the main hwy through town (speed limit 25 mph) and was going to turn left onto a cross street. He looked back and didn't see any cars, then moved over to the middle lane like Montana Code says to do. The lady hit him from behind. He was okay minus bruises and a concussion.
The officer told me that it was my sons fault for jaywalking, that I have to pay for the damage to her car and that I was not leaving the scene with my son until he apologized to the lady for damaging her car. So, out of fear of being arrested, he apologized.
The lady told me not to put it on my ins b/c they would trash the car. Now she is threatening to sue if I don't pay her $1300 cash b/c he admitted he was wrong.
What do I do?
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