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As expected, their insurance carrier is refusing to pay for factory parts

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Old 04-15-2003, 10:45 PM
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I have state farm, and the guy who hit me had a no-name company. they finally came through, but it took almost two months. In hind sight, should have filed with state farm, paid the deductable, and had it fixed in about a week, and let sf get their money from the other co. That's what I'll do next time.
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