Good day all. I wanted to ask advice and/or draw on the past experience of forum members. I will try to make this as brief as possible. I was involved in an accident 6/18. A 79 y.o. male attempted to make an illegal U-turn across a two lane road from the far right lane. I was coming up behind him, got into the left lane, and as I attempted to pass him, he turned left into my lane of travel. He was ticketed for improper lane change, I was transported to the ED, and his insurance has accepted responsibility. My bike was disabled. Damage was done to right side of fairing, loss of side mirror, crumbled exhaust, and tore a hole in right bank head cover.(loss all fluids at that time) The seat also has a ripple in it, which makes me question if the frame was bent. It has been taken to a BMW dealership due for assessment of damages. I don't know if it is repairable or will be a total loss. My injuries are mostly soft tissue damage with a few abrasions and no broken bones. I wear good protective clothing while riding, but am sore. I wanted to get some advice from others that have gone through this experience and how to handle my case with the the other driver's insurance. Looking around on the internet, which can be misleading, instills a feeling of getting stuck for my inconvenience. Also, it a 2010 R1200RT. Looking for fair market values for replacement. Already have estimates from NADA and Kelly. Thanks in advance. Previous experience on the forum has been excellent. I really don't want to make a mistake handling this situation.