No because then they will sue you and you will be in more trouble. You did not give insurance info so technically you may be liable for a hit and run. Consult a local attorney.Ask a similar question
you should either have them get you an estimate and pay for the bumper and be done with it, or notify your insurance and let them deal with it. Either way, you should call the person back and handle it in some fashion.Ask a similar question
Turn this matter over to your automobile liability insurance carrier and let them handle this for you. That is why you pay them a premium.
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