I purchased a new vehicle on September 16, 2018 and sadly on October 16, 2018 it was part of a hit and run. My neighbor ran outside when she heard the crash and saw an RV leaving the scene. She called the police and they came and took a report. At that point we did not have a license plate to report from the RV, so my husband and I went to look for the RV and found it parked in a parking lot at a park down the street from my home. It did have damages and had the same color paint that is now on my vehicle. There were people surrounding the vehicle and they did not admit to hitting my car, but I did hear a lady saying, “ she didn’t even know she hit something.” She started to leave the scene, so I followed her and called the police to come out. I lost the lady, and by the time the police got there everyone had left the scene. The RV is still parked where we first found it, I don’t know if it has insurance, and according to the staff from the park they are people who are usually on drugs. The insurance adjuster evaluated $11,073 in damages, and the car is not totaled. I’m not sure how to proceed or what I can do to help my situation.
So, your question in the heading is entirely different from the paragraphs of information written below it.
Please re-post with facts surrounding the improper repairs and issue of whether insurance still pays for additional repairs.
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