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They will probably prosecute for failing to stop and report.
And maybe driving without due care and attention.
As far as the insurance company goes, he needs to inform his insurance company tomorrow and provide any evidence and let them deal with it.
They may refuse to act now as he didn't report within a period of time but they may not.
yes, prosecute him. He has no defence.
You said above that he refused insurance.
nevertheless though, he still should have reported to the police within 24 hours.
If it was impossible to exchange details.
Although the police aren't involved that we know of at this stage.
And the insurance company have no particular incentive in reporting it.
The issue will be whether the other driver does given that he has with his insurers.
He can but it is too late. It needed to be done within 24 hours of the incident.
I suppose he has done this to head off a complaint about his own conduct but he now has the advantage of having reported it first.
I'm not sure you can rely on that.
She has complained to her insurance company.
And also, she won't know about the dashcam.
isn't she probably alleging that he over took and then slowed down because she wouldn't let him over take though?
And that is why she hit him? Professional victims always make allegations to head off scrutiny of their own conduct.
That wouldn't stop her making this allegation.
No, like I said, you should inform your insurers.
Of course it is a fraud attempt.
The points above still apply.
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