thank you very much!
would you report to the police his slander and lie too?
As far as I am concerned slander is a grave issue he even could be sued for. I am not intending to do so, but I think it probably would be his benefit to learn the lesson... (about slander for example)
I do not know his registration number, neither his name and not sure about his car, apart from this was a more than ten years old looking hatchback with greyish colour. ?Peugeot... but I'm not sure.
Quite similar to a Peugeot 205 as far as I am remember of it, however it could be anything else with a similar shape and look.
To be honest I was not really intending to put any claim against him, already that time, unless some serious damage would have occurred, therefore I was not interested so much in his details. Because he was the culprit, I was not interested in his car either. When he, however, started to say completely untrue and dishonest things I was so much shocked that I did not want to engage with him at any level, so I left him, despite he was taking pictures of me leaving the scene.
Basically what I have so far and likely refers to this guy is an sms received from Allianz Insurance Plc (which company I have nothing to do with otherwise) asking to contact them with quoting the reference BL1AA203654.
Can I use this reference number as a reference to this person I do not know the details of when reporting to the police?
Would you advice me to take a picture of the bodywork of my car with the frontal scratch received from this impact? Shell I take this image to the police or send to my insurance company in case the other chap has for example also a bigger impact older injury which maybe he would like to be also compensated for using this incident? In the latter case how can I argue against his claim?
Thank you for your advice