What to do if my friend drove my vehicle and he was involved in an at-fault accident?

Question Details: The other driver is making a claim on my insurance policy. She approached a lawyer stating that she was injured and her car is not repariable. My friend drove the vehicle without my permission. I had a conversation with my insurance company as I was not the driver but it's of no use. Moreover, I don't want to claim on my insurance as he drove the vehicle without my permission. However, he misguided the insurance people saying that I was in the car and also told them that I'm his brother. This wrong because I was out of the state and am not his brother. He then proceeded to claim on my insurance. How do I resolve all of this?

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