... and the murderer will plead guilty.. riiight... remember, the
purpose of EVERY SINGLE insurance company is...
That's it, the purpose is to make money for their shareholders.
Period. It's a business.
On Nov 16, 2010, at 2:53 PM, Jay wrote:
> Not to throw you off-track, but since Ryan's car was parked and
> unoccupied I
> think there is a better than even chance the insurance company for
> the other
> driver will accept liability.
> Just my opinion.
> jay fishbein
> From: Jim Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Cc: spridgets_autox.team.net <email@example.com>
> Sent: Tue, November 16, 2010 3:23:05 PM
> Subject: Re: [Spridgets] Parking lot woes...
> If the damage occurs in a privately owned parking lot like a mall or
> supermarket, you may be screwed. Police do not write tickets for
> on privately owned parking lots. All they do is a "blotter report" -
> disappears into the trash can in a few days. Most insurance
> companies want a
> police report/ticket in order to establish fault in the accident. If
> don't have one, it becomes a case of "he said - he said"! In this
> the guy who is at fault will huddle with his insurance company and
> they will
> come back saying it is YOUR fault so they don't have to pay. The laws
> generally require your company to cover your damages so they will
> fix your
> car and then refuse to fix the other guy's car. Of course, you will
> be stuck
> with the deductible! After that they will raise your rates!!
> I had this happen in a parking lot in Omaha Nebraska back in the
> 1970s. I
> was driving down the marked parking lane when a guy weaving in and out
> between parked cars T-boned me. The cop wouldn't write a ticket for
> him so
> he and his insurance company claimed it was me who caused the
> Sure... I was driving sideways, eh? All protestation failed. My
> refused to give the other guy a dime and then repaired my car less
> the $500
> deductible. Two weeks after I got the car back my insurance company
> my premium!
> I learned that I could have avoided the problem by just getting a
> copy of
> the blotter report, but who knew?
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