Dear Fairfax - you are vetting messed with!! Liberty Mutual owes you quick repairs, then it can subrogate against the other insurer.
Will the shop get you a rental or loaner? Hassle your own co for its delays. File a complaint with the state ins dept.
Hope this is resolved by now. If not, contact the supervisor of your adjuster and complain in writing. You can also post online about your bad experience.
In Indiana, we tell people in a situation like yours to get the State Department of Insurance involved as soon as possible. While it is not an immediate "fix" it is amazing how things get going when the Department of Insurance gets involved. Call the adjuster every hour on the hour. You can also contact your local news channels for "call for help"--Good luck and sorry to hear this.
*This information should not be construed to be formal legal advice nor the formation of a lawyer/client relationship.
You should consider contained the insurance commissioner for your state and filing a complaint. You should also contact a local personal injury attorney as soon as possible.
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