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post #6 of (permalink) Old 03-27-2019, 05:51 AM
DragonSubie7
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Join Date: Dec 2017
Location: Grand Canyon
Posts: 839
Car Year: 2012
Car Model: Forester X
Transmission: Auto
@kallsop -
If you are worried about an insurance rate increase, that should not apply when you are rear ended at a light.
It doesn't count against you in an accident where it is not your fault, regardless of which insurance pays.

You should not have to wait for a police report - Just call Progressive with the correct license number and they will get an adjuster out to assess the damage.

Fixing it yourself is a bad idea.
Your car needs quite a bit of work and parts.
If you start doing work yourself you could hose your chances for a full recovery.
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