Unfortunately, a month is a considerable amount of time that has passed. If the accident happened in a commercial area, stores, buildings, etc. often have surveillence cameras that might have caught the accident. If you have paint marks on your car that match the color of the other vehicle, that is another way to prove it. Even if the damage to the other car is minimal, if it is to the front of the vehicle, that may tend to give credibility to your claim. I a presuming you were alone because you did not mention a passenger who would have been able to act a witness. In the end, take them to small claims court, tell your story, they will tell theirs and if you lose, you are no worse off than you are now.
There would need to be some damage to the front of the car that rear-ended
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