So last night around 11:45 PM, we had a ton of freezing rain over here that literally froze over 99% of the roads in black ice. This isn't too common here in dirty jersey...but I was driving to one of the campuses at my University to pick up my sick girlfriend who was waiting outside at a bus stop in this terrible weather. Theres a screwy area of campus where it's a giant circle with a bunch of exit/entrances that'll lead you to different parts of campus. A guy in front of me stopped suddenly and I ended up gliding over the black ice and even though I was ripping the E-brake, I slammed into the rear of his 06 Dodge Dakota. I was in a real rush and even though I'm gonna need to replace my sedan's front grill and front bumper, I forgot to take a picture or get any of his information. I gave him all of my information because in the past when this has happened to me once, and the other driver had agreed there was no visible damage, I was never contacted about it...and this is obviously how it should be. When you see a broke, distressed college kid rushing to go get his sick gf from a busstop, why would you send him an email at 2am with a link to a $400 bumper...threatening to take it to insurance if I don't replace his bumper when there was only 1 square inch of paint scratching and a smudge of paint...that dissapeared when I wiped it with my finger. My biggest concern is obviously, If I take it to insurance and claim that the damage was minimal (which he agreed upon via email), since I don't have any pictures, he can easily take a hammer to his bumper and claim that it was damage from my car (since my bumper's smashed to pieces) I googled this son of a ooh: and know that he works in a university building not too far from campus...he's a grad student doing some engineering/tech kinda stuff. I'm going to pay the parking lot a visit later today and look for his truck to take pictures of. What do you guys recommend as my options? I know this was a lot to read but even though I'm not a super active contributor to this forum...I believe the majority of the regular members here are good people and will offer advice on things beyond saltwater aquariums. Thanks for all your help...I know this isn't exactly an ideal situation....I appreciate it.