Hello again Yvonne.
Thank you for your reply - and my apologies that I appear to have just missed it as I was due off till now.. sorry about that.
Ok - with that , probably the best thing I can do for you is give you an exploded diagram of the components of the front bumper so that you can see how its made up / held together.
If you look at the link HERE
on that pic - item 5 is a plastic slide affixed to the bottom of the wing - as circled .. ( it shows one side - both are the same ) The bumper corner then slides on so that it affixes firmly onto that - and is held in place there... it slots in and clicks into place. If you can get the bumper to align and then do that as above , it will click in and be ok.
It depends on the extent / awkwardness as to how its been damages really - what I mean is, sometimes when that happens, its just so awkward - and the plastic wont "bend" enough when pulled, to allow it to re align and go back in - as above. If thats the case, the whole thing will have to be unfastened - drawn forward, re aligned and then re fitted as above. If it should come to that ,its not really an easy job -as I say, the whole lot has to be undone and re aligned.... You may may find you want to let a local garage do that for you if you cant do as above - but by all means I can let you have the instructions for that should you want to do it yourself - if it should come to that.
Bear in mind too that inside the front parts - front edge of the under wheel arch / lines, there are clips holding the trims on - they may have come off/ been pulled all apart by the damage - so check that also.. Let me know how you get on.
Let me know if you need anything more on this at all - Meantime -- Please click on the OK rating to Excellent ratings service for me now, Thank you for that... and you can get back to me anytime if you need / wish..
Best Rgds, MIKE. Please note, you are rating the content of my "answer" - my help to you - not the "system" which can experience delays etc which are not under my personal control -or delays caused by "time -off" which we all have on occasion - Thank you.