NO!There's a possibility it will go up. And they were exactly right when they told you they will have to wait and see. No one will be able to tell you with any certainty until the underwriters have a look at your policy at renewal time. Even if they were to have someone to subro, they can't guarantee that your rates won't change.
Also, read your policy, and you will understand why you have to pay your deductible. It applies anytime you use your insurance coverage, regardless of fault.
EDIT: You're an attorney? Yeah, right. I've read your Q&A. If you're an attorney, I fear for the legal profession.
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