Fill out accident report with police. The person's insurance will pay for repairs.
YES TO MAKE A POLICE REPORT DEPENDING ON WHERE YOU WERE PARKED THEY MAY HAVE A VIDEO IF IT WAS IN A PARKING LOT IF IT WASNT THEN I DONT KNOW
Typically the driver that hit the parked car. But if there is no record and was a hit and run, you file a police report and your insurance should coverthe damage, less deductable.
# Call the police and file a report # Call your insurance agent and file a report # Call a tow truck and have the car hauled away # Cry :(
The victim of the false report is severely punished, every time the report is reviewed!Can the police report that an individual is a "known narcotics user" without any proof? It happens.
You will be arrested and charged with a crime.
The right thing to do when you are in a domestic violence is to report. You can report to the nearest police station or any organization handling such cases.
Usually not in the comprehensive claims especially if the vehicle was parked at the time the damage occurred. In the case of deer or animal collision I would call the police at the time of the accident because they company will want the driver listed on the police report. Also, note that theft and uninsured motorists are cases where you are required to call the police as soon as it is discovered and have them complete a report.
Call the police to file a hit and run report.
California has a 3-1-1 service (Non-Emergency Police) that is perfect for these types of situations. Simply record the licence plate, color, make, and model of the vehicle and file a Police Report. The Police will either ask you to sign the report (making you a "Police Officer") or fill out some more paperwork to issue a non-moving violation.
you sign a vadalization reportAdded: Vandalism to private property is a criminal offense. Report it to the police.
It might mean that you've passed on a "Tip" to the police, since as you say, you made no report.
No. But they won't pay for it of course. =)
They are responsible if you know who they are,but if not,with State Farm you get a police report within 24 hours you can file it under uninsured motorist.
you will most likely get charged with filing a false police report. If you reported it to your insurance you can add insurance fraud, which is a felony
the information gets logged in the dispatch computer or officer's log
it gets logged on their log or in the computer to show they talked to you. If your making a report, it goes in the report
iwas parked behind a truck he backed up into my new van when the police arriived he said he backed into me . now he is deniying it he is saying i hit him the police report said that the driver had told her that he backedin me how can he change his storie and waht can i do about it
If you didn't even leave your contact information on the car you hit, you could be charged with a criminal offense such as Hit and Run.
Police Report was created in 1973.
You report the theft to the police and press charges.You report the theft to the police and press charges.You report the theft to the police and press charges.You report the theft to the police and press charges.
nothing will happen but if you felt the need to then you should probably do it.
The only way to get a police report online is if the police station where you were arrested offers them online. Most police stations will only give out a police report in person.
If both drivers have no insurance and do not file a police report, each driver is responsible for repairing the damage to his/her own vehicle.
The mechanic is not responsible for what happens in his parking lot. Your car has insurance, you will have to file the claim through your company. You should file a police report so that if the hit and run guy is caught, he will be responsible.