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Discussion in 'Model X' started by zackmilo, Jun 8, 2017.
This ignorant lady in a Ford Flex didnt see me stopped and rammed me at 40mph! Posting pics now!
Lemme guess... posting her fav' selfie on Instagram?
awww man, that sux!!!
love your black beauty!
Yep she was
Because "accident" implies there's nobody to blame.
(I can't claim that one...)
that freaking sux, hit on both ends!!
enjoy life without your baby for a while i guess. #reality
looks like the tow hitch might have prevented from being worse in the back...?
Hopefully it won't take a few months to get that fixed
Rammed at 40 miles an hour, I think you came out pretty good!
Still going to be a pain to care of everything. At least it appears no one was hurt.
i know was planning to take X to Montana in July. anyone think possibility of totaling it? Would get 75D i want compemsarion for depreciation
Sorry to hear about the accident but I'm glad no one was hurt.
Because we live in a world where accidents happen. I would not look into it any deeper than that. It's not your karma, at least in my view.
"Accident" means the incident happened unexpectedly and was not intentional or deliberately caused. It applies to this situation. People who rear-end someone because they are not paying proper attention are considered negligent in tort thus are at fault -- i.e. they shoulder the blame. People who ram someone deliberately take it out of the "accident" definition. That doesn't apply here.
Ya. Not looking forward to the hassle. I have state farm and miss diva texting instagram lady who claimed her car wouldnt stop then said her shoe got stuck has mercury insurance. Is mercury bad for claims?
If I'm not mistaken, Farmers will cover you and go after Mercury.
I have State Farm.
My mistake, I meant State Farm, not Farmers.
Either way you are correct, no matter the insurer, it will be a hassle.
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Really sorry this happened. There's some kind of loss that escapes my mind you want to fight for. Diminished value? Even if everything is fixed.
It doesn't look like enough damage to be totalled to me but you will have a claim for accelerated depreciation / diminished value since that type of claim is not prohibited by legislation in California. I think it's always best to get the repairs done before you bring that up. The limitation on diminished value claims is 3 years in California, at least according to this lawyer's website.
Good luck -- and I'm sorry to hear about your planned trip in July. It took me two months just to get an appointment with a Tesla approved repair shop up here and they told me it takes a long time to get parts from Tesla. Hopefully it's faster down there.
For 40 mph that looks pretty good.
Hopefully you can get an EV to drive when it's in the shop...
did the airbags go?