Chicago, IL asked in Car Accidents for Illinois

Q: Recently my car was stuck in the snow I called a tow truck.

Upon the tow truck arrival I asked him to tow the vehicle from the front which there was room to allow that to happen. Instead he attached to chain to the bottom of the rear of the vehicle. As he drove off he began to snatch the vehicle several times slamming my vehicle into garbage cans after three attempts he unhooked the chain and drove off and left my vehicle at that time he called the company and told the company he completed the job. Me and two others began pushing the car out of the alley which is where my garage is located. I couldn't reach the garage because my car was stuck because of the snow. However, after pushing my vehicle out of the alley and parked it on the street I came back a day after and dug myself out of the snow after driving my vehicle I didn't notice the alignment was totally off was felt like I was hydroplaning when I drove the vehicle at more than 35 miles per hour. The damage this was 2288 the tow company would not give me the information of the driver

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Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing
  • Personal Injury Lawyer
  • Wyomissing, PA

A: Get an estimate, file a claim with their insurance company.

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