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It's the fault of the other driver. If the police were not present there isn't much either of you can do. If it was a fairly serious accident and damage done to the vehicles, police were at the scene they would know whose fault it was. Usually damage down the side of the car or a rear-ender is a good sign you weren't at fault and the other driver was.

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Q: Whose fault is it when you are switching lanes and you have room and the other driver admits to speeding up to not let you over and you hit him?
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