Two weeks ago, a guy, on a job for Walmart, hit my parked car with a rental truck from Enterprise. Two witnesseses had to stop him from leaving. The police took statements from everyone. The adverse driver has not answered phone from his insurance company, so they said they sent a letter. His insurance company says they are having trouble getting rental contract, his statement, and police report. They stated that Walmart might be responsible. My insurance company and theirs have sent me to get estimates. My insurance company isn't doing anything. They want me to pay and then they MIGHT get my claim paid by the other insurance.
This sounds like it's a bit of a complicated situation. It would probably be wisest for you to get your own attorney involved. Bring him the estimates, your auto insurance policy, and all correspondence you've received.
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