<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">Nah, the lady's insurance company should pay your deductible unless you live in a no-fault state. I got rearended on a rotary, let my insurance company handle it all and not a dime came out of my pocket. You need to get all the details from your insurance company doesn't sound like they are giving you the right story.Originally posted by BUR_ZX3:
Sorry... allow me to elaborate... my insurance company is willing to go to bat... but the problem is my $500 deductable. I'm poor... so I can't even afford that right now.
I'd like to get a check and save a little and upgrade to an RS Bumper...
My insurance company would take it to the body shop, negotiate the $760 down to prolly $600, of which I'd have to come up with $500 of it. That doesn't help me at all.
My adjuster is calling them a couple more times... but it doesn't look good... as my company has been through the ringer with them a couple times on this before... at first they were denying all liability... now they're offering 50-50.. but on repair and not replacement.
Mercury said they could help... anyone wanna loan me $500?