I'm not sure what your question is however it sounds like you need to consult with a personal injury / civil litigation attorney in your area. It sounds like the insurance company is jerking you around and you will need some help to straighten out liability and damages. Best of luck
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I'm sorry to hear about this. Best bet is to retain a local car accident attorney to get this resolved properly.
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I agree with the legal technical language employed by attorney Patrick whereby he informed you that the insurance company is 'jerking you around.' It's a nightmare. It happens every day.
You must document the promises to repair and also document the defective work to the car. Unless you signed a release, then, bring a claim, after documentation of the facts, in the right court.
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I looked for a question mark In your statement, but could not find one. What is your specific question?
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