yes, I have now decided to go through my insurance as now they tell me that they will pursue other insurance company. I don't have to make a decision until I have the numbers in front of me. I'm waiting for contact from an appraiser.
the driver was very apologetic at the time of the accident.
the owner, the drivers father, told me, the day after, that he would do everything possible to help me get back on the water.
then the owner received a call from someone at the marina saying that my mast was sticking out too far...
my insurance has told me the following- I can proceed in one of two ways, I can either file a claim with my insurance and pay the deductible or I can go after the speed boats insurance. doesn't seem right to me, I thought they would fight on my behalf.
Hello all, I launched my boat on Saturday, an hour later, a speed boost hooked my mast with their tower and ripped it right off my boat, snapping the mast in two at the spreaders and twisting the pulpit as well as bending there pushpit fwd.
I'm having little luck with the other insurance...