All you needed to do in this matter is provide your information to the other driver who hit you and also to the police. Other than reporting to them, you need to notify your insurance company about the accident and tell them you will pursue any claims against the driver who hit you. The reason you notify your insurance is in case anyone in the accident tries to make a claim against you for some reason in the accident and your insurance requires that they receive notice of all accidents as soon as possible after the accident, even if you are not making a claim, in order for them to provide you coverage and protection.
Other than reporting to your insurance, you have to do nothing other than call the other party's insurance if you want the damage fixed.
This will not have any impact on your insurance or your driving record.
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