Can a car insurance company collect if there was no damage to the other car?

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Can a car insurance company collect if there was no damage to the other car?

I backed up into a car but there was no damage to the persons car. We both went to the police station to make a report the officer said there’s no evidence of any damage. Therefore the police officer didn’t make a report. The person that I hit, took it up with my insurance company because we exchanged our information (driver’s license and insurance) and wants his car fixed. However, there is no damage whatsoever. What can I do in this case?

Asked on February 14, 2012 under Accident Law, Illinois

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