Our little girlie say down for food and burst into tears, after a good few minutes Her story came out. She has been working at a Solicitors for a couple of months on PPI claims. She left RBS doing the same thing but employed through an agency, so as She has a law degree was happy to be at a Solicitors and with the promise of better job security. After lunch today an email was sent out requesting the person who owns her registration to declare themselves, She did. Apparently yesterday evening two witnesses saw a car bearing the first two letters of her reg brush a parked car going round a corner, and then drive away slowly. With witness info the owner of brushed car approached the Solicitors to complain. Today persons unknown have gone out found her parked car with scratches offside rear and assumed it's a match as culprit. She is too naive to lie (although I'm very biased please believe this), She had no idea that any contact had been made. Looking at and listening to the evidence it is most likely She has bumped the other car though. What I find annoying is that She has been told to "sort it" the Company are concerned of their reputation and don't want a hit and run culprit damaging said reputation. They have assumed guilt in action and intent. And I don't see they have cause to become involved. I would consider that they 'might' take the owners details and email to all to say what is known and not assumed, suggesting the person make contact. Having heard the stories of staff treatment at the company we are expecting her probationary period to be ending shortly so the poor lass is already back to job hunting in anticipation. Meanwhile, as She could be taken for a mug so easily, I have attempted contact, no answer so have texted my details. If the guy has been wronged it's correct to right it we're just hoping to avoid insurance. Would She be viewed as leaving the scene, and liable for prosecution ? We wouldn't know if a report has been made yet.