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Originally posted by plymouthcolt
If he doesn't want to take care of the damages out of his pocket, you should file a claim with your insurance company.

make sure they know the damage was the result of the mechanic's work.

Let your insurance go after him and save yourself the hassle.
Pipe dream. Insurance companies might send a letter from thier legal dept to the shop owner's ins legal people. If it isn't cut and dry, it will probably die right there and you will be stuck with the premiums, as you so wisely stated.

I believe you are on the right path, work it out. And, Dave (Cornpanzer) is spot on. Does this dickwad need any reminding of that fact?
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