Q: While traveling from California to Montana in January I acquired AAA Towing services $5000+ plus was stolen. Now what?
I left Cali Friday 01/22/21. On The 23rd east of Truckee Nevada I had blown a tire. Wile stuck on side of the road for 6 - 8 hours looking for ways to get it fixed that day the 23rd. AAA had assured me more than once that it would be taken care of that day and even gave me a phone they could get my car to a place that can fix it that day and not I would use the money to find a place that could since that was the last of what I had so I needed reassurance. And they told me yes it would fee for having it done the same day that my car would be fixed. Long story short it was not fixed I was stuck and left to be sleeping in my car in the yard at AAA in Truckee where my car was supposed to be taken to Reno what's the phone number. Tell if my car wasn't fixed taking to the wrong spot and while in AAA possession which I was away from it for two days about $5,000 worth of items was stolen and they tell me that they are not responsible for items missing from my vehicle repeatedly. I have more
A: File a theft complaint with the police if you haven't already. File a claim with your insurance company. Contact Tripple A.
Contact a member of the Nevada Trial Lawyers Assn who handles insurance to see if you have any claim--I'm not seeing it.
You have a claim agasint wherever the car was perhaps.
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