Hello and welcome.
Normally I wouldn't bother answering this question because not being based in your country, I can't comment on the workings of insurance companies in your area. That said, since your fellow countrymen seem to be a little slow answering today, I thought I would add my two cents.
The way it works here is that as soon as you notify your insurance company, that incident is on your record -- even if you don't make a claim. I've even heard that if you call to ask a leading question (such as "how much would my insurance go up if I needed to claim a new windshield?) a note is made on your file.
Now whether or not your rate goes up depends exactly how reasonable your company is. I've been lucky enough not to have my rates go up after a couple of accidents that were not my fault (I was rear-ended at a stop light and I was backed into by a delivery truck around a 90 degree corner as I furiously honked to get his attention). Now in Ontario we're under a semi-no-fault system, so keep this in mind.
On the other hand, my parents (who are with the same company) have been threatened with an increase if they even inquire about another vandalism claim. Apparently they're only allowed one every three years before the rates go up.
So long story short, is that I can't really tell you whether your rates will go up or not, but since you've already notified the insurance company, you might as well let them handle it.
It sounds as if the person who hit you isn't exactly the most reliable or stable person to deal with anyway. My guess is that you will have difficulties getting the proper compensation from her. Let your insurance company fight it out with her company, and make sure that she gets it on her record that she has been at fault in an accident.
Sorry to hear about the accident. They're always frustrating.