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Long story short, the official reason is "failure to yield from a private estalishment" (ie. I didn't look one way when I pulled out of Wendies and someone hit me). We both hit our breaks, but in the end she got me in the wheel. Damage for her was relatively minimal: scratches and a broken license plate holder, as well as a headlight being shifted slightly upward. Other then that she could turn it on and drive away in it. Me, on the other hand: wheel was busted out of place (passerby said the bolts/rods were broken, not the actual axil) and the impact had made it so I couldn't open the driver door. Didn't try to start it up, however, so I don't know if that's the actual extent. As for me and the other driver, she wasn't complaining about any pain in her neck or what not, and I'm feeling okay too.
Overall, I guess I'm asking how "bad" this is going to be, repair and insurance wise. And if theirs anything else I can do before my court date or afterwards, besides avoiding such a dumbass mistake again.