I was in an accident, I'm not at fault - was pushed into another car. The driver who pushed me admitted that it was his fault at the scene of the accident and the guy who I was pushed into also made a statement that it was fault of the pusher. My car was seriously damaged but the car of the guy I was pushed into had just a minor scratch (I have made a picture of it). My insurance company did an 'investigation' saying that I was 100% not at fault. My car was repaired on behalf of the pusher's insurance company. Now I find out that this guy who my car was pushed into is doing medical treatments, he applied for disability and now he says that I first hit him and then I hit him again after I was hit. How can I protect myself and my assets from being sued by this fraud guy?
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