So on my way to work this morning, some jackass pulled out of a side street and hit the side of my Leaf. He took off. I (not wisely) chased after him for a bit, flashing my lights at him, but he floored it, doing at least 70+ in a 45, weaving into oncoming lanes to get away. I decided it wasn't worth chasing, and I didn't know what my damage was, so I pulled over and called 911. Here's some photos. Insurance is wanting to do repairs. The issue is, the car is a LEASE - and the end of lease is May 19!!! I was 1 month away from turning it in!! I called Nissan (since they technically own the car), and they are wanting to claim a total loss, and asking insurance to pay whatever the cash value is. There hasn't even been a claims adjustment done yet, they are just basing it off of these pictures. So Nissan asked my insurance (Progressive) to call them so they can hash it out. Am I gonna get screwed here?? Are they gonna say the cash value is $9000, while the lease buyout cost (the residual value at end of lease) is $11,836?? So I would have to pay Nissan the difference??? This better not be the case, because of some careless hit-and-run idiot!!!