KitingPolak wrote: ↑
Thu Apr 20, 2017 9:35 pm
Well, if you can call a person an object then it was 4(b) for sure.
Hey, I just had a look at my contract again and I actually think you are correct in that it is comprehensive. Collision and comprehensive both state if an object hits your car it is in force, the only difference b/w the two is it is comprehensive if the object is 'falling'.
That guy was 20ft up and screaming for his life!...he was definitely falling! That is a falling object. Don't let up on your insurance company...get that covered under comp and have the guy pay you $100 + $300 for wasting your time.
I know some of this post is tongue and cheek, but seriously...contracts are based on reasonable thought...if a fight broke out next to your vehicle and a guy got slammed into your vehicle your are not dealing with collision. The reasonable language is you are in the right to claim comprehensive, but you have to fight for it or take it in the
to drop or descend under the force of gravity, as to a lower place through loss or lack of support.