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The mailman hit the back of my car. On the police report it says "Government Insurance", but there is no number to call. Who do I talk to?

I already went down to the post office and spoke to the supervisor. He said they don't deal with stuff like that, the government does. So who do I call?

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You have insurance on YOUR vehicle ... right?!?

File a claim with your insurance company ... and they will know how to file a claim against the government for the damage.

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....and the good news is their back to work today.

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They're, not their
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Call your insurance company, if you don't have insurance then you're screwed

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Go to your insurance and not just the T.P.L. Insurance(you just pay nonsense insurance to that government tax) and ask help from them since it is their responsibility. But before that did you had any police report or blotter so you could go after the mailman? If so, it is a win win case or issue.

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File a claim with YOUR insurance company. They pay for your damages and then handle getting the money from the other insurance.

Sometimes, government entities are "self insured" meaning they don't pay for insurance, they just pay for damages as they appear. That is probably what's going on here. So talk to your insurance company, they will deal with it.

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You don't need to call the driver's insurance company.
Bring or mail a copy of the police report to YOUR insurance agency. They'll take care of your claim, that's what they do... :)

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