Last week I was hit by an Enterprise rental car- they were at a stop sign, didn't stop and crashed into the front side of my car. At least 3500$ in damages. When the cops called Enterprise to obtain insurance information they informed him the driver wasn't the 1 who rented the vehicle but was listed as a secondary driver and HAD permission to operate the vehicle. Since I don't have collision coverage on my car I had to get in contact with ELCO, Enterprise's insurance. They told me that the driver wasn't the one who rented the car (I didn't know what they had told the cop) and that they weren't paying anything until they are able to get in contact with both the driver& the renter so they can make sure that the renter gave permission to the driver to operate the car. Neither the driver or renter is returning the insurance's phone calls and the insurance is basically telling me I'm out of luck... Is there anything I can do?