Wife hit a pole....

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Whoever comes to look at the "hit and run" damage will see the other corner and start asking questions.
YEP, That's when you say you want to do it all on one claim. f-k those insurance companys they are like Vegas the house always wins. they just sit back and bleed you dry like a tick or skeeter
 
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YEP, That's when you say you want to do it all on one claim. f-k those insurance companys they are like Vegas the house always wins. they just sit back and bleed you dry like a tick or skeeter
My guy is pretty good to me. Got me 2000 on an s10 I paid 800 bucks for when it got totalled. And covered a root canal on auto insurance when a hood strut failed and the hood smashed me in the side of the face.
 
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I forgot to ask and you may have said already, but, where did the damage happen in June and recently? How did it happen?
Parking lot at the job she started in May. The light pole bases are on the front corners of a couple parking spots. And she thought they would move out of her way I guess...
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Parking lot at the job she started in May. The light pole bases are on the front corners of a couple parking spots. And she thought they would move out of her way I guess...
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Oh and the rear was a fire lane no parking pole at Walmart. Like I don't even know what her train of thought was. How do you back into a pole that is in a spot you aren't even supposed to be parking?
 

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It is pretty obvious it was a pole, don't think they would buy it.
I was sorta kidding but with any luck if something else happens that is not her fault then you can get it all fixed in one shot.
practically every accident I have ever been in was someone else hitting me, one guys hood flew off and hit my windshield the guy kept going like nothing had happened I chased him down for about a mile and he finally pulled into a trucking business scared, talked to him for a minute and I coulld tell the guy didn't have much sense nor 2 pennies to rub together, let alone insurance, driving some pos with the hood tied on, I just shook my head and left, told my insurance company a hood flew off and hit me and I didn't see who it was.
 

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Parking lot at the job she started in May. The light pole bases are on the front corners of a couple parking spots. And she thought they would move out of her way I guess...
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This tells me she should never ever park in the spots with those bases in them. Even if she has to park farther away and walk farther. She needs to stop "driving by braille".
 
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