Does Ohio allow for filing a suit for diminished value claims? Was the car a lease?
Use thumb-size bullets to create fist-size holes.
They have already agreed to pay diminished value, we'll see what they offer.
|Hop head |
could be because my wife is a paralegal, and her firm gives the folks there free services,
when I was hit last year, totaled my Cooper, and I suffered soft tissue damage on my back , I got the run around and not the best deal on my car,
I lawyered up for the rest of the claim and got a decent (more than for the car, but not big money) check ,
of course they covered a couple days missed work, some doc bills and PT for my bruised back,
would not hurt to look around and see if anyone would take it
In your situation, I would highly recommend leasing!!!!!!!!
|Go ahead punk, make my day|
There are two possibilities here, however. (1) you are the problem, in which case leasing would make sense. Or (2) it was always the other guys fault, you were just wrong place / wrong time / etc. In which case you have had 3 events in 5 years, so statistically speaking, you should be good for a long long time.
|come and take it|
Unless the Officer was an eyewitness the accident report is their "opinion" of what happened. I have won 2 claims thru insurance on work vehicles where we had dashcam video that showed a different story than the police report. I would not spend time trying to get the police report amended, I would get the video to your insurance.
I have a few SIGs.
So, if the cop reviewed your footage, can you get the other guy since he technically file a false police report?
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