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assuming you are insured, you still file a claim with your company (again assuming you have collision coverage on your vehicle) they will repair your car under that coverage and attempt to collect or subrogate the At Fault party.....if you are uninsured some states (mine-Missouri) you can file a state report ask for an adm. hearing to determine fault for the loss and get a judgment for that loss........beware however if you are uninsured and your state requires insurance (don't they all?) you're busted too......

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Q: What can you do if an uninsured driver hit your car on private property and no report was made?
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