-The insurance company for the first car that spun out of control will not be liable to either of the cars involved in the accident since the first car didn't directly cause the accident.
-If your insurance has full coverage, then it will pay for the damage to your car and perhaps for the other car that collided with you
-The insurance co. of the car that collided with you may not be liable to pay for damages to you since it was not the fault of their driver that caused damage to your car.
-It would be best to speak to your insurance company's agent and explain the entire incident and see what are your best options.
No citation means undetermined fault. In this case it is up to the Insurance co. to handle the issue. Most of the times and depending on what kind of an accident it was, the claim may end up in court, then it is up to the Judge to decide.
The at-fault party. Just because no one was cited doesn't mean some one wasn't at-fault. If no one was at-fault then the accident would not have happened.
Usually, one of the insurance companies pays for the rental car.
Car insurance that pays for your injuries when you're in an accident in your car is
All of them!
I'm pretty sure the first car that hits and starts the accident pays.
The Insurer of the at fault driver pays for the accident.
what exactly are you asking. what is the question
You do. Your are at fault in the accident.