Today somebody nailed me in the front passenger quarter at interstate speeds. This was a four lane (2 each direction) divided highway, a beltway around Louisville, pretty much an interstate but not signed as such. I was in the left lane going about 65, following a line of cars that were passing a slower vehicle in the in right-hand lane. Out of the corner of my eye I see an SUV approaching at a high speed (about +15 faster than I) on the right hand side, he's about even with me when I first notice him. I can't tell where's he's going but he's gotta slow down or make a move because he's quickly approaching the slow car in front of him. I stay at my speed following traffic and he suddenly swerves left into my lane in an attempt to get in front of me, nailing me in the front fender with his rear quarter. I don't know why, he either timed the maneuver wrong (there was probably room to squeeze in, I don't tailgate), or didn't notice me since I was in his blind spot (hard to believe since he just passed me). His cut to the left was so aggressive that I had no time to react- got on brakes, I swerved left as much as I reasonably could (without running off road or losing control), no time for the horn. He tried to drive-off, but I stayed behind him about a half mile until he got into heavy traffic, then decided to pull over. My interaction with him was less than stellar. He got out of his car shouting expletives and his reaction to my asking for his information was "I don't have to give anything to you, call the cops." Call the police I did, which I would have anyways, and they took my statement and filed a report. I ask the officer about his statement and information, she tells me that I need to order the police report which will be available in a few days. She did say he had the same insurance as I (Progressive). So now I'm questioning what this [censored]'s story was, for all I know he could have said I hit him. Is there a way they can tell what happened from the damage? I filed a claim with my insurance company, naturally they have to wait for the police report to assess fault. I don't have full coverage on this vehicle ('96 Maxima), so I have to wait and see if they'll reimburse me for the damage at least. Car definitely needs a fender which is crinkled up pretty good, the side of the bumper cover just looks like it's been doused in black paint from all the rub-off, and it got my side marker light. Tire and rim were hit but no real damage evident other than contact/scratch marks. Car still drives fine no weird pulling, shaking or anything of the sort. I just had four brand new tires put on and had alignment done literally yesterday, this is just my luck. Curious how the insurance company will deal with this, or if anyone has ever been in a similar situation.