So I was filtering (between stopped traffic) on Kings Way today, and I've cut across to the left in front of a stopped car, and just as I've made the turn the driver of the car closed the gap and nudged my leg. It didn't hit my bike at all, but I was a bit shaken and as I was in the middle of four lanes of traffic I kept riding to the front and didn't pull over. In hindsight, dumb mistake. Anyhow, the driver has got my rego and reported it to the police, apparently she's claiming damage to her car. I've spoken to the police and confirmed it was me riding (didn't seem any point denying it) and told the police that there was no damage to my bike, to which the officer (who seemed friendly enough) replied it was an insurance matter, and that she would send me a copy of the report in the mail. They didn't say anything about me being in trouble re not stopping, just informed me that I should have stopped. My questions are: Anyone know how much trouble am I in? Am I going to get a fine (or worse) for not stopping? Or would the policewoman have said so when I spoke to them? I have full comp insurance, but I don't see that I've caused any damage to her car and seeing how there is zero damage to my bike can the driver make me pay? I realise I am in the wrong, both for the filtering move and the not stopping, stupid decisions which I hope to not repeat.