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Posted 08 May 2013 - 16:41
I don't know how much it will help, but usually in every state there is a state agency that regulates the insurance company's and deals with consumer complaints like yours. You may want to try to find out the name of that agency in Florida (If your Location is correct) and give them a call and see what they have to say about this company and any recommendations for you.
there are no laws in florida, should have just stood your ground and killed that mother on the spot. you probably will get sued and you will sue them and in the end 10k damage will cost you 20k in fees and time. and thats how the insurance game is played.
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Posted 08 May 2013 - 21:54
@neufuse We are covered since this is a new car we had to get the most expensive policy (and I'm glad now lol). I'm going to see what happens this week, but if the other insurance company keeps running around I'll just use mine and I'll let them handle the rest.
Doesn't the losing party in a lawsuit usually have to cover legal fees over there ?
over here it's almost always damages+legal fees.
Posted 09 May 2013 - 13:33
Posted 09 May 2013 - 14:13
I reported it to mine and I think they called the other insurance...
Now... this is where the confusion lies.
Apparently there are two cars with the same VIN number (same identical cars). Of course this probably means one of them is fake. This is why they were saying the car was in perfect shape, because they were looking at the other car. We just found out he other car is insured by another company (thank goodness) and that the driver doesn't remember anything . I guess things are either about to get more difficult or easier. We'll see.
Thanks again for the comments guys!