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Got in a little fender bump. I hit the car in front with no

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Got in a little fender bump. I hit the car in front with no damage on both cars. They grabbed my number and name just in case. And today I receive a call from there insurance company asking for my information, which I didn't give. Just find it strange that they would claim damages and injuries after and without the police involved

As I don't have full information, this is only speculation, though I wouldn't be surprised if this person is trying to make a claim out of nothing here. He may've thought that he got his so now he can say that several days later he has begun experiencing back pain and is now wanting to claim significant money from your insurance. That being said, the facts will speak for themselves for the most part, so with no damage to either car, it will be difficult to say that the cars were going at significant speeds such that the collision would cause him injury.


In any event, at this point, there's not much you can do except sit back and hope he doesn't put a claim through given the lack of actual damage, and assuming he doesn't your insurance company won't ever get involved.



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