Help! I keep getting calls from personal-injury lawyers, and I can't make them stop!
Yesterday afternoon, I got into a minor car accident when another driver rear-ended me at low speed (I estimate 10 MPH, tops) at a stop light. My back bumper was scratched up but otherwise undamaged, although it did smash in the other car's grill and crumpled its hood. Both myself and the other driver were completely uninjured. We exchanged insurance information, and gave our information to a police officer who happened to already be on the scene before parting amicably. Later, I called in to my insurance provider (California Casualty) to report the accident, even though I did not anticipate truly needing any repairs myself.
Fast forward to this morning: In the past three hours, I've gotten roughly 10 calls from various personal-injury lawyers in the area. As I said, I wasn't hurt and I have no interest in engaging any legal services, so these are simply a nuisance.
ACTUAL QUESTION: I can only assume that this is an automatic thing that happens whenever somebody is in a rear-end collision, but how do the bus-bench hacks get my phone number in the first place? Is it from the police report, or could my insurance company be selling me out? I just checked the CalCas