Try to get insurance co to give you an answer on totaled or not as soon as possible. They probably will total it and you might be able to order a replacement before the end of the quarter and find some discounts that way. However, time is running short and they’re likely to not give you an answer in time. Good luck!
I suspect that's both repairable and the insurance company will cover it as a repair.
In regards to a Tesla "subpoena" requirement, it's actually easy to address and doesn't require a lawyer. File a small claims action against Tesla, then ask the court clerk how to file a subpoena duces tecum (subpoena for documents) for the small claims action. Usually it's nothing more than a form that you can send to Tesla. A subpoena is just a court authorized request. You can make them yourself so long as it's under an active litigation, which the small claims action would cover. Then just dismiss the small claims case once you get the video.
The car absolutely has stored that video footage.
Thanks, a tractor trailer merged into my lane and slammed my vehicle into the Jersey wall. His handle for the trailer Jack rip through the entire side of the car as you see, the front bumper is also falling off and all four rims and tires need replaced.
They probably will total it
looks worse than mine that was totaled
that's both repairable and the insurance company will cover it as a repair.
Looks totaled to me.
I bet repairable.
This is why forums need a poll type that can tally who was right and who was wrong and keep a prediction accuracy score for users.I’m glad to see we have reached a consensus, based on three photos.
Remember, "totaled" only tends to exist when the repairs are more than the cost of the car.