It was a sunny day when I was fender bendered at a stop sign. It wiped out my trunk, rear bumper, left tail light, and goodness knows what else.
The insurance company estimated damages at $1500. When Mario and his son went through the car, they found nearly $4000 in damages. Of course, the insurance company had to send out an adjuster to go through the car. This took nearly a week, Denver having been through a rare ice storm that created lots of work for the adjusters.
Once the adjuster agreed to the estimate and gave Highlands the okay, we were in business. Three days later, the repairs were made and the car looked and drove fantastic. There were no signs of damage (which included the frame...yikes!). And, they thoroughly washed the exterior and detailed some of the interior.
Oddly enough, somebody just hit me again. This time, from the front, wiping out my right front fender, headlight, and various other parts. I'm feeling like I should paint a target on my car.
I'm about to head down to Highlands again, and I know Mario and his son will once again do a fine job at fair price.
Get ready, guys. You'll be seeing my Chevy Impala tomorrow.”