Headed home on the GWH I filtered the set of lights at the cumberland highway, between the middle and leftmost lane. Got to the front and copped an elbowful of mirror from my right (on the back of my upper arm). 1) I was not stationary at the time of impact 2) I was overtaking a vehicle which was stationary. 3) I was in the middle lane (ie overtaking to the left of the middle lane) 4) My bike was not damaged, her mirror broke off and there are a few scuffs from my jacket on the door panel below the window. After I'd pulled over and exchanged details I said I would like to be contacted first regarding the damages to the vehicle before any decision was made to claim off insurance (I am fully covered, didn't think to ask the other lady), as I was almost certain that I would come off worse in this one, and should cop the lesson sweet. She said it was fine, we exchanged details and she tried to drive off with my license. She claimed that I could not be trusted and needed some sort of security if I didn't want her to go straight to insurance. Eventually dragged another bloke off the road to get that sorted. My question now, if you couldn't guess it, is would it be worth pursuing 141(c) to get out of paying for the damages. There are no witnesses to support what I'm saying (which is what happened, not some poor biker spin). What costs are associated with taking it to court if that's what it came down to? Would I need to file a police report for this? Anything else that I've missed?