Re: [DML] Grrr!
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Re: [DML] Grrr!



I don't know what the insurance companies do up there,
but clearly the damage is the other driver fault.

Here in NJ, I would put in a claim against his
insurance company and hold the responsible for the
full cost to make the car perfect (as it was before it
was hit).  One could argue that the only way to do it
would be to replace the door skin..  The have the car
shipped to your favorite vendor and have the door
replaced.

Assuming your old door can be repaired, you can make
it available to another owner who is repairing a car
without the luxury of an insurance company paying the
bill.



--- "mr.pants@xxxxxxxxxxxx" <mr.pants@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

> Well, it had to happen: yesterday, in a parking lot,
> a guy in a pickup 
> truck backed out of his spot without seeing me in my
> car (I was stopped 
> between two cars in a line-up), and despite the
<SNIP>




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