My claim is against Safeco. I had to cancel 3 paying jobs, moving and hauling with the truck for private parties, that I had committed to do. I have also not been able to do some personal things like picking up and hauling my new stove, carpet for under my pool which I cant set it up without it, and I am behind on my firewood stock because this is the time of year I get alot of wood from people clearing their property. Can I claim any of this and what would I need to do it? How much could I ask for. I also used the truck to go to work on hot days because it had A/C and my car doesnt and I dont tolerate the heat well due to health issues and also my car tends to heat up in hot weather.
No, I do not think so. But don't take my word on it - ask your favorite accountant or bean counter..
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You are not likely to recover any of the delineated damages. Particularly not the use of the truck on "hot" days. However, consult an accident attorney in your state if you have not already done so for further clarity.
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If you sustained any injury then you should consult with an injury attorney. Otherwise it is difficult to answer. You might also just file a small claims action should you have no injury. Good luck.
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