Yes you can. that is why you have to trade insurance information when an accident occurs. They will handle it from there and will most likely want to do an investigation.
If this happened to me, I would find out what my insurance company can do and from there contact the police or file a civil or small claims suit. None, if the accident wasn't reported to the police.
Call the police and/or the company that owns the vehicle
Contact the police and the insurance company.
No you don't have to call the at fault insurance company. You have to get the information from other driver, give this information to your insurance company/agent. You have to get the collision report from reporting center. If the damage is more than $1000 and somebody is injured too, you may call police and send the police report copy to your insurance co.
Your insurance company first, then, the police for a report.
You give it to the police and they will deal with it. Or your insurance company will deal with it.
"No fault" in MN means that your own insurance company will pay for your medical expenses and/or wage loss if you are injured in a motor vehicle accident. Even without a police report you can contact the other driver's insurance company and make a claim for your property damage, if you have any. If the person is uninsured you then contact your insurance company to settle the property damage.
Report the accident to the police. Request that the police provide hit and run driver info to your insurance company. This is the only legal way to do what you are asking where I live.
It will be on the police report. If for some strange reason there is no report, then ask the police to help get this info from the drunk. You might also contact your states dmv some of them have this info (will need vehicle info), file the claim with your company and they can handle your damages etc, and will find out his insurance company, because they will lood to them for repayment.
Ask the driver or owner of the vehicle. They are required to give you (and the police) that information at the time of the accident.AnswerOn an accident report, the police officer lists the insurance information. Contact the police department who responded to the scene to determine how to obtain a copy of the report.
tell your insurance company and the police and your insurance company will pay everything except the deductible. If you have full coverage than your insurance is required to make good on the damage. It is up to your insurance company to try and get their money back from the uninsured driver of the other vehicle.
Don't understand the part of the question about the "police repo," however, contact the at-fault party's insurance company ASAP - and if you have insurance coverage, contact YOUR insurance company as well. Both companies will want to begin investigations, take pictures of the vehicles, get copies of police reports and medical reports (if any injury), etc, etc.