Danvers, MA asked in Car Accidents for Massachusetts

Q: Hit a car in a hotel parking lot. Told the front desk the owner contacted me I never gave them my insurance info

They live in Maine I live in Massachusetts I don't even think they have my full name. I told them I would pay out of pocket to fix

The damage to their car and their is no police report on file I really dont want to go through insurance my

Rate is high enough already. I was just going to call my insurance and claim ignorance on my behalf that I didn't know what happened and just noticed it today l. I am trying to advise them

The same. Is there anyway I can just opt out completely from talking to them. They don't have any of my information that I know of

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1 Lawyer Answer
Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing
  • Personal Injury Lawyer
  • Wyomissing, PA
  • Licensed in Massachusetts

A: Are you going to pay, in full, now or are you going to make them file a complaint with the registry to get your license suspended? You can bite the bullet and pay the guy or get your insurance involved. Or you can lose you license. You seem to want it to go away. You hit the guy. Be a person!

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