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Old 05-11-2016, 01:11 AM   #29
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With so much insurance fraud going on, based on what you've told us, I'd also deny your claim as it seems to me you hit a curb or went off-roading. Shocks hitting the road? That's a new one on me. Too bad you didn't have a dash mounted GO-PRO to help prove your case. Nobody knows about bridge transitions like folks who pull 5th wheels. I've hit some doosies at interstate speeds, thought my trailer was going to separate but suffered nothing more than some severe bouncing.
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Old 05-11-2016, 01:30 AM   #30
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sounds to me like there is a major frame failure somewhere in the front... Maybe a sub frame but something major has failed from the impact.

good luck with the claim... I think the impact caused a weld to fail or a few...
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Old 05-11-2016, 10:09 AM   #31
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Maybe the claim should actually have been sent to the jurisdiction in charge of the maintenance of the roadway this occurred on. They should be the ones who are responsible. They should have insurance to cover this.
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Old 05-11-2016, 11:21 PM   #32
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Well, I've caught the incompetent claims adjuster in TWO lies!!!! After talking to both the service writer & the tech about what the adjuster state they said, the both deny stating that and say they wouldn't state that. They advised the adjuster to come himself or have another adjuster come in person to view what is going on. They also stated the adjuster asks leading questions and makes statements in attempt gain the answer HE wants.

So I have another call into this adjusters supervisor, who is in the Las Vegas area, the adjuster I'm dealing with is in Colorado. I'm going to ask to hear any recorded statements they may have and/or have a 3 way call done so I can hear what is being asked & answered!!!

I would except this kind of shenanigans from the adjuster of another persons insurance company and not my own. Unless my insurance was some cut rate insurance company like Survival LOL
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Old 05-12-2016, 08:18 AM   #33
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What has happened to common sense in this country?

You have MAJOR damage with some sort of (you claim) road fault in LA causing thousands and thousands of dollars of damage, you drive across the whole country without a peep and end up in CA trying to file an claim with your insurance company and wonder why they are suspicious?

No pictures, no police report, no proof, nothing but a busted up RV and a story.

Sheesh.
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Old 05-12-2016, 01:19 PM   #34
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What has happened to common sense in this country?

You have MAJOR damage with some sort of (you claim) road fault in LA causing thousands and thousands of dollars of damage, you drive across the whole country without a peep and end up in CA trying to file an claim with your insurance company and wonder why they are suspicious?

No pictures, no police report, no proof, nothing but a busted up RV and a story.

Sheesh.
Reread the OP's opening post and have to say that you certainly have a point. I can't imagine anyone not stopping right away to survey the damage, then on top of that, not calling the insurance company promptly thereafter. At the very least, the OP should have called when he started discovering problems later that day.
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