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The answer depends upon whether or not you maintained collision coverage on your car. This is a type of "first party" coverage that pays for physical damage to your car, usually subject to a deductible. You could normally make a claim to your own collision insurer if you had that coverage.

If the driver who backed into your car had liability insurance, you could make a claim against her.

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Q: What if your friend parked your car and another vehicle reversed hitting the side of your vehicle Who insurance would cover the damage your insurance friend insurance or the girl who reversed?
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