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Unfortunately, damage to borrowed property is typically a civil matter and it's not typically criminal in nature.
If an individual does damage to property intentionally when he/she has no authority to do so, that can be a crime.
However, accidents are not typically criminal in nature.
An individual can file a civil suit at the Clerk of Court
You should involve your attorney in the matter, as your attorney will handle the process for you and you may be able to recover your attorney's fees as well if successful.
Your attorney can also evaluate whether or not the other party's insurance policy may have covered him while driving your car, thus providing additional recourse.
If a lawsuit is necessary and if an individual wins, he/she may recover the value won through wage garnishment, a bank levy, etc.
Therefore, while it can be difficult to recover, there are means of doing so and your attorney can help you with that process.