Can the insurer of the driver that hit my SUV be held libel for damages even if I wasn't driving?

Question Details: Last month, my nephew was involved in an accident while driving my vehicle. A driver hit him on the driver's side. Both drivers were given a ticket. My nephew was ticketed for driving without a license. He was not on my insurance. I reported the accident to my insurance company. I was told an adjustor would come out and look at my SUV. No one ever showed up. Everyone is telling me that should not have reported the accident. A friend co-signed for me to get the SUV. She is willing to sign any paperwork or form stating that all payments and insurance are made by me. I have talked to several lawyers and they said that I don't have a case. Is there anything that I can do legally to have the repairs done to my vehicle?

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