@Tallyho, it looks like this is turning into a case of insurance fraud on her part. Will wonders never cease, I used to be a fraud investigator. The minor impact and cosmetic damage to both vehicles absolutely precludes that anyone was injured. Her air bag did not deploy. You can bet your last dollar that you will be receiving a letter from a law firm claiming that the other driver was "seriously" injured. You insurance company will be very interested in the dash cam video in disputing a bodily injury claim against you. One, it shows that she did have some opportunity to slow and/or swerve and did not which places a degree of negligence on her. Two, it shows a minor bump, not a frame-bending crash. It is regrettable that Illinois has no tort threshold and people can make liability claims even for minor soft tissue car accident cases. In NJ, we have a tort threshold wherein you have to sustain a truly serious injury such as a broken bone etc. before you can press a liability claim. She is going to try and run up medical bills like you wouldn't believe. You have some defenses in that she passed the box truck on the right.....chances are, the truck was at PSL as speeding with a CDL is a no-no. The video clearly shows her passing the box truck on the right at a high rate of speed which also helps negate her injury claim.... while you do not acknowledge or accept that she sustained injury, if she did, the injury would have been reduced or eliminated altogether had she been obeying the speed limit. Insurance companies do not like to litigate cases and your carrier may fold like a cheap suit just to get rid of her. Gird yourself for a premium increase if they do that.