1996 Aero. 5-speed, 222k.
yeah, they cut me a measly check that's about 2/3 of the way toward replacing the car, and claimed that other previous "damage" is the reason that the number is where it is. Both bumpers had cracks, windshield was cracked, the hood had paint chips, etc.So does that mean you are getting anything for it from the insurance company?
Was the guy really that whitty or did you add some of that "Kidder" sense of humor to an otherwise sad situation?The Nationwide guy (other party's company) basically said "this is what it is, I've been doing this for 30 years, if I'm off, I'm off by 10% max. Here are your options. 1) take the check and cash it. 2) go pay for an independant appraisal, submit it to 1(800)Nationwide for appeal, where it will get lost 5 times, ignored twice, then rejected, 3)File an official complaint against me and this adjustment, or 4) see #1.
That's what I thought.He was as serious as a heart attack. My words are the humored version of the conversation.