I was the establishment contracted with a parking company to manage their parking lot. And Ive been given the run around but they are saying that the valet company has insurance.
If you have full coverage, which I assume you do if you’re going to places with valets, turn it over to your insurance company and let them pursue the valet company.
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If your car was stolen then turn the claim over to your insurance company as you would in any case. They can then get reimbursed by the insurer of the valet company.
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You ask the valet to pay for your loss. If the valet fails to pay you sue the valet. Once you do that they'll pay more attention. You may also file a claim with your own insurance as recommended by my colleagues.
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