Q: Entering on rapm from haskell, 18 wheeler cut over and I hit the wait while turning on the ramp. Top right fender is bad
Couldn't squeeze over the of wall but the absolutely not even 90 degrees turn on on the ramp to 30 is I'm possibly. It's more like 45 degree angle. I didny want to get spattered but the corner of on ramp and truck coming over sure did a number in my right fender and considering this is the vehicle my husband share only to go as back and forth to work
An Arkansas attorney could advise best here, but your question remains open for two weeks. I'm sorry for your accident. There's no mention of injuries, and I hope that's the case. Based on the description here, this isn't a bad faith matter (which would generally require some form of questionable conduct on the part of the carrier). If there were no injuries, it's basically a straight up property damage claim.
If your insurance covers the repairs, that might be the quickest way to go, considering your husband needs the vehicle for work. If your insurance does not cover the loss, which could be the case if it is an older vehicle, the other option is generally to prove liability (the fault) of the other vehicle. If it was a hit-and-run, there could be other options, depending on your policy. You could consult with an Arkansas attorney to fully outline all your options. Good luck
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