He said, he didn't see me, he refused to give me his insurance card and license. Car still can be driven, no tow needed
So you'll just have to wait to get the police report then. It will all be in there.
Assuming the police report says it's the other driver's fault, what's going to happen is their insurance company will send out an adjuster to look at your car. They'll look over the damage and do some research regarding how much it will cost to fix. Say they come back with an estimate of $5,000 just to make it easy. They'll cut you a check for $5,000 and you'll have that money to get the car fixed. You bring the car wherver you want and if the amount comes out to more than $5,000, the body shop will contact their insurance company and work out the difference. If you can find a body shop to do it for less, you keep the change.
You will also be paid workers comp for lost time. They'll need to see either tax returns or pay statements. They'll probably low ball you with an offer, but you'll probably be able to negotiate about $150 to $200 per day of time you can't work. They'll offer you something small, but you negotiate it with them. Don't take their initial offer.
That's pretty much how it works. You'll just have to play the waiting game for now until you get that police report. Once you get that, you can get on top of everything.