On Sept. 22, I was involved in a car accident. The driver of that vehicle received a citation.
I had taken the car to the Dealer where I purchased the car (Toyota) to do the repairs. The insurance company sent an appraiser out he gave an estimate of $1,298.21 and the body shop started the repairs. The shop than found more damage the crash had broken the passenger tail light and let water fill up the battery compartment and shorted out the battery and all the display panel in the dash. The insurance adjuster went out again to look at it and determined that it was not caused from the accident. The shop is saying it was caused by the accident. . I know the shop is right because the display went out in the crash. That is what made the car not drivable or I would be dri
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