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I recently for the first time in 17 years of driving bumped my car at my own fault! I cant be to upset since i have done well without accidents at my own fault but my deductible is $500.00 and i know when the guy comes to inspect the damage to the rear bumber which isnt horrible but it is a a bit on the eye sore i will have to pay the 500. My question is, is this all i have to do is pay a deductible and the rest is done?? I doubt i wont get a check (that wouldnt make sense i believe) ..is it best to let the adjustor look at the vehicle and is it pennsylvania to wait when i can take the car to the body shop?
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What you know is wrong. You don't pay when the guy comes to inspect it. If he does ask for money, use your cell phone to record him asking for money, and then call the police to have him arrested. You pay the deductible to the body shop. You only have to pay it to the body shop. Even if you do, for some reason, pay $500 to the guy making the inspection, you will still have to pay $500 to the body shop. And if you have accidents only once every 17 years, you should get a higher deductible. With a $1,000 deductible, your insurance will cost less per year, so you will save more than enough to be able to pay the deductible.
No, the adjustor isn't going to collect $500 from you. When you take the car in to have it repaired, the insurance company will pay for it, minus $500. That's when you dig out your checkbook and pay the deductible,