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Answered 2013-08-31 18:03:35

You'll need to file an accident report, then notify your insurer of the loss occurrence.

If your have collision or uninsured motorist coverage on your policy, your insurer can handle it for you. Your insurance insurance company pays you, they would then seek subrogation from the At Fault driver.

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