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I was involved in a 3 car collision where I a car stopped suddenly, then the car in front of me slammed on his brakes suddenly. I rear ended the the car in front of me, and that car hit the one in front. I am considered at fault in this accident even though the vehicle in front of me admitted he was following to closely and had to slam on his brakes. I did not have insurance at the time and the car in fronts insurance company is now asking that I pay them back $3300 dollars. What I want to know is should that fully go to me or should that be split between me and the driver in the middle, and what would happen should I ignore the letter?Some extra information, it was raining that day and visibility was poor, and in the accident no visible damage was done to the rear of the car in the middle, and only minor damage was done to my car. I was doing under 10 MPH because i was slowing down to make a turn. I dont see how 3300 worth of damage was done.
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