How can I investigate an accident?

I was in an auto accident and only got a valid phone number and an expired policy number. I panicked, and did not call the police or get an ID or plates. The accident is their fault. Now the other driver is denying the accident. The expired policy came up with her information, and she answered the phone. The insurance company says privacy laws prohibit giving me any information, and that they have no way to force her to Do anything, the police say my insurance company must investigate this. I know the phone number is correct, how can I get more information about the person?

Asked on February 24, 2012 under Accident Law, California

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