Non-Ford related here; my dad had someone cut across the front of his car scraping the bumper, so my dad pulled him over to ask his details of which he refused and as my dad took the registration, he set off and ran my dad down, injuring his foot and pushing him into the motorway. He claimed he didn't see my dad due to the rain (likely story) but accepted liability as he'd clearly done it; nearly 2 years on (maybe a week off 2 years) and still the case hasn't been resolved. Anything that can be done here really? We want to avoid going to a 'no win, no fee' thing, as some physiotherapy (very little) has been provided and there have been trips to private doctors over the injury, and we don't want to end up paying out for that but it's getting beyond a joke now.
Honestly? You should really be talking to your legal cover regarding this. If you took his reg down right, insurers can get your policy number + insurer instantly. If you have injury, you should have notified your insurer when reporting and then they would have instructed any legal cover for you. This could end up being Kindertons, Minster Law, or any number of solicitors firms that we keep on retainer for business. If liability is in dispute - which is sounds like it is - we can only do so much. Due to a person being unable to be issued on more than once for the same incident, we are entirely at mercy of your legal protection. Your injury payout will dwarf the vehicle repairs, and as such we tend to agree to the principals of the MOU and abide by the decision of the courts on the injury aspect.
Short answer - Solicitors, they are your friends in this case. We play second string to them in these events