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It was on the 5th of November, I finished work at 5;30. I was going to a bonfire party nearby so I left my car outside work. (This was parked in the
same location from 4pm-11pm)
The alleged incident occurred at 6:50pm. At this time I was around 1/2 a mile away from the accident. My card was used to take cash out of a cash machine for me to buy a ticket to the event at 6:34pm - this cash machine was 700m away from the accident where I had no involvement.
There was a passing car with five people that claimed to see the parked car being hit by my car, they claim that someone young was driving (matching my age range)
I have around 12 whiteness' that can state I was in a group at this event at the time of the crash.
The problem I have is cash was taken out 15 minutes before the crash. The cash machine is literally round the corner from the where the scene of the crash was.
They want to inspect my car but i am worried that they will find something wrong with it and link it to a crash. There is a dent at the bottom sill from where i hit a kerb and this is the only damage to the car.
What shall I do.
They say that their side panel of the car is damaged...
My sill (right at the bottom of the car) is damaged - too far down to cause any damage to panels of the other vehicle.
Legally can a friend be classed as a valid whitness?
After speaking to my insurance company this morning they have informed me that they have a very detailed statement of events from the third party. They want to inspect me vehicle but have also stated that this might not be conclusive evidence to close the case.
I have got in touch with my whiteness' this morning and only 2 from the 12 are willing to provide statements. Will this help?
Im stuck thinking that I'm going to be left screwed over as the insurance company really don't seem to be helpful towards me.
Legally what leg do I have to stand on?