Thank you for your question. Please permit me to assist you with your concerns. I happen to be a licensed New Jersey professional.That is a good question. Are the estimates accurate? Did she actually hit the other vehicle and cause the damage as defined? If yes, then your daughter is liable for damage, but sending a check without anything further is somewhat unwise--your daughter would need to pay for damage but in exchange for payment (If the estimates are valid) she would need to request a letter from the other party stating that this was a settlement for the accident, and that the other party will not pursue any further civil or criminal options going forward with this claim.Good luck.
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