Around 2 months ago my husband was downtown and made a left hand turn and went all the way over to the far right hand (curb) side. The p/u truck behind him also turned left, but into the lane to the left of my husband. They did not clear the turn and their right side bumper smashed into the left side of our car (they were attempting to pass as well). The impact smashed out our vans' sliding door window. When my husband got out of the van, there were 3 adults from the truck standing next to it. One said, "man, i don't need to go back to prison", the other said to the lone female "at least YOU have insurance". No one would own up to who was driving. They handed my husband a piece of paper that included an ins. policy number and owner's name and address. They refused to wait for the police. Ironically a cruiser drove by at this time and my husband waved him down, but the officer raised up his hands like there was nothing he could do, and kept going. My husband got their license number and was walking to the corner (it was near 5/3rd Field, and there was a game going on), to see if he could find another cop, when he heard the p/u truck start up and take off. Another cruiser passed by, and did not stop either. He walked to the stadium and get a Dep. Sheriff to come back to the site and then got a police officer over to make the report. They tried contacting the owner with the phone number he was given, but got no answer. Upon arriving home, we contacted our ins. company (it was a Sat. night, the agent was not open) and made our report with them. The next night (Sunday), we received a call on our answering machine saying that "this is so and so, the people that YOU hit. If we don't get this incident taken care of, we're going to take you to court. We had to take our kids to the hospital (there were no kids even in the car!) Please call us back...." We contacted our agent in the morning, who felt it was going to be tough collecting on this one. After several weeks of Geico not returning our agents' calls, they finally got thru to the vehicle owner, who eventually turned it over to Geico. However, the supposed driver was not covered under his policy. Our ins. continued to fight it, and has even since reimbursed me my $500 deductible, but the other day I received a letter from Geico in the mail saying that they believe their client's story, and that WE were at fault, and they are declining to pay. Wondering if I'll have to pay back my deductible, but what a bunch of BS besides!