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Unfortunately, the state of Indiana is not responsible for damages caused by wildlife. The State has what is legally called "sovereign immunity" which means in laymans terms that the state cannot be sued unless it grants specific permission to be sued in a statute, or the constitution
provides that you may sue the state for the specific applicable circumstance. In this circumstance, and this dates back to the common law from England, the State is not liable for damage caused by wildlife. However, if you have collision
coverage on your car insurance
, this would likely be covered.
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