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Old 06-14-2010, 07:06 PM   #21
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I agree with file the police report. ASAP
If the kid gets in trouble for his actions it will make him a better person.

I guess it is collision , SA knows best,

A co-worker had his truck broken into nothing stolen but they punched a holed in the passenger side door near the lock to open it.
His insruance advised that damage was under comprehensive.
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Old 06-14-2010, 08:48 PM   #22
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While I was in the pool, the life guard kicked out a 12yr old for horseplaying. On the kids way out he kicked my bike over and broke the brake levers and effed up the mirrors and fairings.
I filled a claim with my insurance SF and they were trying to tell me that it falls under collision. Well after enough talking to them they say I have to tow it to a repair shop to get a quote. Does anybody know what shop I should take it to and how much it would run me?
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find the kid and sue his parents in small claims court.
you obviously go there, he obviously goes there, must live close, he will be back.
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Old 06-14-2010, 08:53 PM   #23
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While I was in the pool, the life guard kicked out a 12yr old for horseplaying. On the kids way out he kicked my bike over and broke the brake levers and effed up the mirrors and fairings.
I filled a claim with my insurance SF and they were trying to tell me that it falls under collision. Well after enough talking to them they say I have to tow it to a repair shop to get a quote. Does anybody know what shop I should take it to and how much it would run me?
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Take kid immediately to his parents and demand they fix the damages. If not then kick some !!!
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Old 06-14-2010, 08:56 PM   #24
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Fix it yourself, no need to have a shop do it. Levers and mirrors should not take long at all even for the mechanically inclined.
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Old 06-14-2010, 09:06 PM   #25
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Get a 12 y/o to whoop his ? Im 26 and I'll whoop his for you. My brother had a little head throw a rock and bust his windshield one day while he was driving down the road. He chased him down in his truck, like the wild dogs they were, and almost whipped theirs and their parents . Im for you. Gets me fired up. The red is comin out of me
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Can you prove this kid pushed it over?
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same as most ppl, its little f$$kers like that , that make it worth the assault / battery charges u would get for beating a kids . a 12 year old know the difference between right and wrong. he should take the punishment coming his way.

if not...rest assured someone in high school will beat his to oblivion
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Old 06-14-2010, 10:49 PM   #28
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Old 06-14-2010, 11:01 PM   #29
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Lmao. Outta there. Soon as I lay eyes on the kid I'm callin the laws. I have a witness and pool management said the kid left a note that he wrote apologizing. I'm sure he'll be back.
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Good luck trying to file a police report. I went to see a friend of mine once and her jealous ex boyfriend was leaving as I arrived. Later the neighbor said he saw him push my bike over. Police were called because he was harrasing her. I told the officer about him pushing my bike over and wanting to press charges. He called the DA and told me the DA would not accept the charges. Fcking bullshit in my opinion. Your best bet is small claims but even that may cost more than it's worth.
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Old 06-15-2010, 12:13 AM   #31
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Lmao. Outta there. Soon as I lay eyes on the kid I'm callin the laws. I have a witness and pool management said the kid left a note that he wrote apologizing. I'm sure he'll be back.
Get the note. File a police report and have the pool management interviewed or get them to write down what they observed in an affidavit and sign it. Parents are responsible for damage caused by their kids.

In the meantime, go back to your insurance company. Vandalism falls under comprehensive, not collision. Get them to pay to fix the bike and let them chase the little 's parents down to get reimbursed (that's why you have insurance). When the insurance company gets the money from mom and pop, they will then have to reimburse your deductible. Make the insurance company chase down the money from the parents and let the parents deal with the criminal vandalism complaint against the kid. You should have nothing more at stake than your comprehensive deductible.
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The dumb un-asked question is why did he kick your bike over? What is the rest of the story we aren't hearing?

Just curious as to why he felt the need to abuse your stuff...
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Get the note. File a police report and have the pool management interviewed or get them to write down what they observed in an affidavit and sign it. Parents are responsible for damage caused by their kids.

In the meantime, go back to your insurance company. Vandalism falls under comprehensive, not collision. Get them to pay to fix the bike and let them chase the little 's parents down to get reimbursed (that's why you have insurance). When the insurance company gets the money from mom and pop, they will then have to reimburse your deductible. Make the insurance company chase down the money from the parents and let the parents deal with the criminal vandalism complaint against the kid. You should have nothing more at stake than your comprehensive deductible.
Great response! but you forgot to add when its all said and done, change your insurance company. Sounds like they are either not informed AND / OR they were trying to on you too instead of helping you when you needed their help and proper guidance/ handling with the situation.
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Old 06-15-2010, 08:16 AM   #36
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The dumb un-asked question is why did he kick your bike over? What is the rest of the story we aren't hearing?

Just curious as to why he felt the need to abuse your stuff...
It was in my original post, but I'll catch you up...
Basically, the kid was horse playing around the pool and was warned multiple times to stop. He didn't so he got kicked out. As the lifeguard walked him out, he witnessed the kid kicking over my bike and kicking it then he took off running.
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but again, why pick on your bike... ?
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I have an Osama bin Ladin swing you can borrow man. Let the kid try it out.
Sorry bro. Also If your insurance gets involved they might up your premium. If the damages are less than 500 don't use insurance. unless you don't mind paying more./ hopefully they want up it.

You can pay a crackhead to take a dump on is porch. those guys will do anything for money. And no one will ever connect you to the cracky.

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Old 06-15-2010, 09:00 AM   #39
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I still haven't the slightest clue as to whytf he took it out on my bike... the fact that I rode it somewhere and had to hual it off on the back of a truck burns... its time I get over it but each day I talk to my insurance the more I become

Coast, lmao. That gave me a great laugh at work. A crackhead is definitely in order.
As far as insurance goes, I've never had a claim for the 5yrs I've had satefarm. I pay a great chunk of ard earned change to the every month. why not use them? You would think they'd be a lil more warm about this seeing as I have a great history with them..
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I still haven't the slightest clue as to whytf he took it out on my bike... the fact that I rode it somewhere and had to hual it off on the back of a truck burns... its time I get over it but each day I talk to my insurance the more I become

Coast, lmao. That gave me a great laugh at work. A crackhead is definitely in order.
As far as insurance goes, I've never had a claim for the 5yrs I've had satefarm. I pay a great chunk of ard earned change to the every month. why not use them? You would think they'd be a lil more warm about this seeing as I have a great history with them..
Dude insurance is for the illusion of a garuante. I heard of some people paying as much as 3k a year. You could just buy a bike for that much.

Comprehensive and liability are good enough for me. Im not planing on wreckn it any time soon.

Thats why I don't pay over 7k for any bike I buy.

Its just like buying warranty with a used car that has over 50K miles.

anyhow good luck man. Many of us have been in your shoes.

I have made it a point in life not to take anything personal when it comes to motorcycles. if not I would definitly be makin more trips to the gun store.
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