The letter below was sent to Accident REcords Bureau, as well as our insurance company: THE HARTFORD...and the other driver's insurance sompany, ALLSTATE.
we also attached a picture showing the damage to our car..
there is great inconsistencies...the police officer who arrived at the scene, ...did not witness anything...his report is false..and we found out from Allstate that the woman driver who was speeding .and who hit us...said that I was parallel parking and backing up when the hit occurred.
I want to know if the Accident Bureau will take into account, my amended report...which is the honest to God truth...
My insurance has been raised...through no fault of my own...
below is the letter...I do not have a scanner, and cannot submit pictures of the damage...but this can be sent to the proper authorities...to further prove that the damage to my car and the false reports...are inconsistencies...
Attention: Accident Records Bureau
My claim number is: PA 8556538.
This letter is to explain what actually happened on Sunday, April 26, 2017, at approximately 11:45am in front of 1825 Merrick Road in Merrick, NY.
I was waiting on the shoulder to enter into the first left traffic lane, while my left flasher was blinking. My Honda Civic was stationary, and I waited as four cars approached and passed by me without any problems, until the fifth car—a white car-- hit me with a glancing blow on the outside of my left, rear bumper, tearing off pieces of that bumper, gouging holes in the bumper, as well as destroying the glass that covers the left, rear signal light.
The white car was going at such an extremely high speed, that the driver was unable to stop the car until a good distance away from my still-stationary car.
I left my car, as my wife waited by our car, and I approached the white car that hit me; but the driver was nowhere to be found. A few seconds later, she came out of some store, and was very angry, claiming that I hit her car, which was impossible, because as I stated above, I was NOT moving, while waiting to enter traffic lane.
The driver said she was not going to call the police, for whatever her reasons. I then called 911 on my mobile phone to report the accident.
Police Officer Gerry arrived on the scene. I gave him my license, registration and insurance card. And he requested my wife to give him her non-driver’s license Identification card, which she did.
I explained to Office Gerry exactly what I have explained here in this letter, and then the officer took the other driver’s statement, and then came back over to my wife and me and said that everything would be in his accident report.
I request that Officer Gerry’s accident report be amended, because the description depicts me as a contributor to the accident.
I should not be held liable for an accident that I did not cause, since my car was hit from behind.
I have attached a picture showing the damages done to my Honda Civic.
Steven L. Bentley