Me and my partner got involved in a car accident where the other car was trying to drive us off the road. When we couldn't go any further (if we would we'd drive into a brick wall) we tried to stay on the road and the other car hit us. He was on our lane and we were trying to avoid hitting the car by moving to the emergency lane. We're not insured and because our vehicle had a steel tray we have little damage. Now the other party's insurance send us a form to fill out with information about the accident and to describe what happened. Should we cooperate and tell them what happened, or will they try to use this against us and should we just avoid it?
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