If you have her insurance information, make your claim directly to her insurer. If you do not, you should obtain a copy of the police report, if any was made, and determine who she listed as her insurer and use that information to make a claim. If neither of those options are available to you, then you can turn the matter in to your own insurance and let them fight with her. Assuming the collision was not your fault, your insurance rates should not be increased due to making a claim for these damages. Best wishes.Ask a similar question
Call the carrier!!
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It appears the only information you have is the phone number she gave you. Get a copy of the police report and report the claim to your insurance carrier (assuming you have uninsured motorist coverage).
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