Glad everybody is okay. Very hard to tell the damage until the adjusters take a look underneath but the damage does look substantial as others have said.
If it is fixed, the value will take a pretty good hit considering the amount of damage. Some states allow for compensation for depreciation if it's another party's fault, but that doesn't apply here.
My advice if it is fixed is either to go ahead and cut your losses and sell/trade it in as it will not likely drive the same (and I would question how it would respond to a second accident), or on the flip side plan to drive it for a long time, at which point the depreciation from an accident would be negligible.
If the car is repaired, and you don't plan on keeping the car for several years, you should consider selling or trading before the accident shows up on Carfax.
Sounds like an incredibly dishonest thing to do.
2008 Acura MDX Tech + PTG - Steel Blue + Taupe - Traded in at 98,000 Miles
2013 Honda Odyssey Touring Elite - Smoky Topaz + Truffle
2016 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Dynamic - Firenze Red + Pimento