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Old 08-24-2012, 07:42 PM   #15
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Be careful what you post here on accidents you have, it can be used for you or against you later on down the road. Not speaking from experience, just a word of caution.
Thanks for the advise Papa John but this ones a closed deal. There was no doubt that the other driver was totally at fault. He got out of his vehicle and immediately apologized and took full blame, which you should never do He even told the trooper that he hit his brakes too hard.

The companies insurance told me to go get an estimate, the repair cost is $8600. and I made it clear that that's open to anything else found during repairs, their agent agreed.
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Good thing no injuries. Nothing wrong that 3500-5000 bux can't cure.
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Old 08-25-2012, 07:22 AM   #17
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Mark, Good and bad. Good no one was hurt, but bad on the damage to your coach. Hope all works well with the repairs and all the damage is fixed to your satisfaction.
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Old 08-25-2012, 09:37 AM   #18
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Thanks for the advise Papa John but this ones a closed deal. There was no doubt that the other driver was totally at fault. He got out of his vehicle and immediately apologized and took full blame, which you should never do He even told the trooper that he hit his brakes too hard.

The companies insurance told me to go get an estimate, the repair cost is $8600. and I made it clear that that's open to anything else found during repairs, their agent agreed.
Just as long as they dont come back and say you were xx% at fault and short change you on the payment.. Had 2 accident where it clearly was the others fault - one I got t-boned after they ran a light even - and the other insurance tried to say I was 20% at fault Be careful.
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