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Posted: 09/16/20 01:41pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Generally, the camper is covered when it is in the truck.


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Posted: 09/16/20 02:11pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

That’s what my previous agent told me. That’s not what State Farm is saying now. Got my current agent working on it to see what he can do.


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We have a separate policy for our TC, required in NY if you want your TC covered. I would go after the other driver for your uncovered damages. I would also change agents, it’s obvious that he/she is looking out for themselves and NOT you. What other things have they overlooked with your insurance?

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And yet another update.
My current agent is AWESOME. He found out that I DO have insurance as I was told and understood all along. The main office had filed it incorrectly. So...back in action and going to be able to get it fixed or replaced as needed.
This just keeps getting weirder.
2020, you’re killing me!!!!

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Posted: 09/16/20 07:47pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Doesn’t matter if your camper is insured if it’s the other party’s fault.
(Even though it is, or isn’t, or is...)
Too many don’t verify things they’re told.
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The other driver's insurance should be paying for it since they are liable.

Looks like a fairly new Lance.
THe way the back was is all fubared, I'd say it's a factory repair, or total it and walk away, then go camper shopping.


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