If you were still within the parking space it would appear that the other driver is at fault, but without detailed facts it is impossible to say. You may want to report the accident to the other driver's insurer to see if they will compensate you for the damage to your car. However, they may not as there is no police report and it does not sound like there is any other evidence.
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I would agree with the first post, it does sound like the accident was the other person's fault, as you were within your parking space. If you got the at-fault drivers' name and insurance company, I would submit the claim. Most people will be honest enough to admit that the collision happened, so the lack of a police report may not matter. Besides, the police report (at least in Georgia) in this instance would most likely not have a determination of fault nor a citation if the collision happened on private property. Your state's laws may be different.
You should submit this claim to the insurance companies and allow them to make a decision.
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