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A couple of weeks ago, we let some people my gf knew through a friend from out of state crash at our place. While parking their car in the apartment lot, they hit another tenant's gf's vehicle and damaged the rear bumper. It turns out the kid driving didn't have insurance for the vehicle, and of course now they are who knows where in another state. So now the tenant is asking me to pay for it. The kid did manage to get his parents to throw the guy $100 already. (I asked the guy for an estimate for the damages, and he mentioned something about a $500 deductible, which it seemed like he wanted us to pay)
Any advice for me here? I wouldn't think I would be legally responsible, but at the same time I feel like I should do something. I also don't want any bad blood here since I do have to live in the same building as the guy. (Plus, I don't want to be a jerk)