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Old 07-08-2013, 11:30 PM   #11
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Maybe I've been spoiled by keeping all my insurance business with USAA. During the claims process from a previous accident my adjuster actually asked if I 'thought' my vehicle would have diminished value at resale. And sure enough, I received a check as compensation directly from USAA. They were handling both sides of that accident.

After one call to Progressive today to discuss the claim I'm already noticing a difference in claims customer service. it's not bad, it's just not USAA.
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Old 07-10-2013, 08:22 AM   #12
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A little duck tape and you should be good to go for the summer. Have the repair done after camping is over. I would really check into whoever does the repair as to their fiberglass repair experience. .You might have to go to a autobody shop that does work on Corvetts. Your Jayco dealer could do the interior work. You can always get an estimate for both jobs .Just my $.02 Larry
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Old 07-10-2013, 09:32 AM   #13
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rolltideinwa--You might get away with an inexpensive fiberglass repair job if your dealer can find another trim pce from another Jayco that might fit & cover up the booboo. Just a thought. Larry
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rolltideinwa--You might ne able to get an inexpensive fiberglass repair job if tou dealer can find a bottom trim piece from another Jayco TT that will fit & cover the boo boo Just a thought Larry
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I'm still waiting to get information about the other vehicle so I can determine if the other driver even had insurance, he was in such a hurry he decided not to stop after the accident. However, a nice officer helped him remember just a few minutes later.
Since it was a 'hit-n-split' I'd expect the other "driver" wasn't insured. I read a comment recently (can't remember where), "Apparently stupidity can be licensed".
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Since it was a 'hit-n-split' I'd expect the other "driver" wasn't insured. I read a comment recently (can't remember where), "Apparently stupidity can be licensed".
Good news for me: I received the final accident report and it appears that the other driver has an insurance policy in effect, and it's with Farmer's (which I assume is good news).
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That's excellent news!
Let us know how this plays out.
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Rolltidein WA-- The trim pces I was referring to are found on the 2010 19h ( probable others also)and look like they will cover your boo boo if the repair job does not look good. Larry
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Rolltidein WA-- The trim pces I was referring to are found on the 2010 19h ( probable others also)and look like they will cover your boo boo if the repair job does not look good. Larry

Thanks Larry.

I just got the repair estimate: $6700. The work involves removing and replacing the entire rear panel & rebuilding the cabinet under the bunk. Overall the work will take 4 weeks with part order/delivery etc... The good news is that they're able to patch the fiberglass so we can get in a couple of trips before the repairs start. So, we'll still miss out on some of our plans unless we rent, but the next two weekend trips are still on the books.

Now if we can just get the insurance claims done we'll be in good shape.
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