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If you have insurance, it should cover the damage.....and if your insurance company wants to go after the other driver's company, then it can do so.
Along those lines, you may want to ask your insurance company to ask the gas station for any surveillance videos from the date this occurred to prove your position.
If you could get surveillance footage, it should help prove your claim and convince the other driver's insurance company to pay.
You should stay on your insurance company about pursuing this in order to get your vehicle repaired and also to allow your insurer to recover from the other driver's insurance via a subrogation claim.
The gas station may require you to issue a subpoena in order to obtain the video footage.....and if that is the case....you may have to file a small claims case against the other driver (as a subpoena cannot be issued unless there is an active case.
Before filing suit, you may be able to tell the insurance company that you've requested the surveillance video from the gas station and that could make Liberty and its insured change their tune about how they say the accident occurred.
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