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    What about damage to your car ? Is there any ?

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    Yes. Greater damage to my car than hers. But by the law I am liable, not her.

    Df buffed out the paint and the dent is in a spot where it's not easily noticed, so that's the way it's staying.

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    Honestly - I would just pay the excess. Because she is claiming against her insurance it isn't going to affect your premium at all. It will only affect your premium if you decide to switch insurers in which case you would need to disclose the accident in your duty of disclosure.


 

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