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as i told you in the first email the vehicle was taken to the shop on 12/6/2010/and was repaired and picked up on 12/17/2010/ the estimate is dated 12/17/2010. how could the repair shop do the work before getting the estimate?The work was done 4 days before the estimate was done, how did the shop know what to repair?
Also the repair shop took the $500.00 deductible off of thier bill, but the lawyer says that the plaintif paid the bill. I say if she owes anyone for the $500.00 deductible it would be the repair shop thet paid the $500.00 and not the insurance company.
already done that. When I joined the unlimited Just answer plan I was told that the first 30 days was free. I loined on 1/24/2012.
Will I owe for this session?
in my reply to the insurance company I told them that my neice denies any and all alligations set foth in the complant that they sent and that she demanded strict proof of the alligations.The complant said she owed for the repairs, the deductible and the rental car. They had her car for 11 days and rented a car for 16 days.
Why can't she wait until the court date to ask him these questions, She told him that she demanded strict proof.
Also she tried to work out some kind of payment plan with the insurance lawyer and he said pay it all or loose your house(she is renting)
have filed with the court and have asked the lawer for proof of his claim he sent the estimate,& where the car rental was paid, the summons and a copy of the complaint that he filed with the court.
I know that what you are telling me is the correct way to do things but repairing something that wasen't damaged in the wreck and then asking my neice to pay for it is not right either. I want to blindside him. Will the Judge let my neice ask these questions even though she hasn't done the discovery.
If I give him everything that she can claim is wrong then he will have time to come up with some kind of an answer.
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