Drunk driver hit my legally parked truck out front of my house early Sunday morning. At 3:20am POS Hyundai sedan hit the left rear corner of my 2007 4x4 Colorado. Chewed up rear bumper, left taillight, bowed out the rear wheelwell, and chewed up the corner of the tailgate. He hit the truck hard enough to move it 2 car lengths. No skidmarks, so he never tried to brake. Ran out and saw my truck blocking my wide driveway, no way to get the other cars out. This clown, in the meantime, is backing up the street, obviously fleeing s-l-o-w-l-y, his car is a mess. I run back in, pull on my jeans shorts over my sleep shorts, grab the truck keys and run back out. I start the truck, pull a U-turn, and follow this guy up the street. He stops the car in the middle of the road and walks into a house on the opposite side of the street. I call 911, describe car and driver. Firetruck shows up in 10 minutes, but he avoids talking to paramedics. They move his POS out of the road and leave. This guy is drunk as a skunk, so he has another guy talk to me, while he's standing behind him saying "Andy, I f***ed up" over and over. The cops take so long to show up that he goes in the house. I walk back down to my house and wait. Cops show at 5:40am, survey the damage. In the meantime, POS' sister (owner of vehicle) shows up with dad, says her brother left (don't know with whom or where to,yeah, right!) complaining of headache and throwing up. She says her dad is going to tow their POS home, but cop stops her and says (Yay!) "Oh, no, this is a hit-and-run, we're impounding the vehicle". Dealing with her Liberty Mutual now. Sorry for the long rant, need to vent. Anyways, truck is repairable, but haven't seen independent adjuster yet. I want them to pay me, and I'll handle the repairs. So, long story short, need some advice and suggestions. Is there an aftermarket bumper with the small inset steps in the corners? Also, considering the truck was parked with parking brake engaged, trans in Park, what kind of drivetrain damage should I be looking for? Don't want to sign off and have truck act up later. I refuse to be a loser on this deal. I live across from Juarez, where body and paint repairs will stretch the payout further. Liberty tried to steer me to Caliber Collision, but the reviews nationwide and locally leave much to be desired, so I'll control the decision as to where to go. Please remind me of anything else I need to remember when dealing with the adjuster/insurance, too. Moderator, please move this post wherever it really needs to be. Thanks for the understanding, guys.