10years-ish commuting 25miles.
1 T bone
1 intentional shunt from behind
1 "clip" car pulled out of traffic I was overtaking, sent me tumbling down the road
1 bloke pulled a U turn in front of me, I slammed on and lightly bumped into his side but he kept going and pringled my front wheel.
1 proper cut up. flatbed loaded with rebar cut up my (mandatory) cycle lane, rebar tore my jacket.
Quite a few mirror/bar interfaces (no actual damage to either party).
Lots of near misses.
commute xc now, much more pleasent with less confliction. did knock on the side of a van who was encroaching a mandatory bike lane I was in this morning, but as it was slow speed (and I was in a good mood) it was just a friendly knock knock, "hello I'm already here" rather than slamming the side of his van and shouting.
Near misses are a weird one, our perceptions of them I mean, I think mood has a lot to do with it. At what point does something change from "that overtake was to close" to "what the ****ity ****, **** where you doing then you stupid ****ing ****"? Had 2 close passes on saturday (despite 90% xc route) but I just shrugged them off, if I was commuting I reckon I might have been a bit more tetchy about them.
<edit>I'm also coming to the conclusion the majority of close calls are from drivers who just have no idea how scary it is for us and how much room they should be giving (only ever had a few obvious punishment passes) Trouble is their ignorance can be life threatening to me if I get a bit of a wobble on - easy when it's windy.