How many miles on the car? What you owe on it isn't considered when determining if it's a total loss or not. Unless it's borderline then you can state your case.
From what I'm seeing, you'll need a new front bumper cover, all of the suspension components on the front drivers side, front drivers fender, headlight assembly, can't tell of the hood is bent. It looks like your rear drivers wheel is damaged too, not sure if that's from the incident. You'll need at least 1 new wheel, not sure if those are covered on your policy or not as they're aftermarket.
Anything underneath damaged?
I'd say a starting point would be around $5,000.00, but I'd be willing to bet it's going to be closer to $10,000.00 when all is said and done. I'd still say not enough to be a total loss though. You'd probably have to hit the mid-teens for it to be a total loss, unless you have like 150k+ miles.