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“Still a little shady CVS isn’t taking any blame.”

by Prince Of Petworth May 2, 2017 at 2:45 pm 16 Comments

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Update on that CVS Truck that smashed into a parked car last week:

“CVS contacted the trucking company who employs the driver…he called me Friday night and was going back and forth…apologizing yet trying to minimize blame. claimed the driver didn’t know…but then asked for the video of the driver getting out of the truck after he hit my car. Nay, dragged my car.

Anyway – they have a court date May 4…trying to see how they want to handle this. Still a little shady CVS isn’t taking any blame.”

  • Kingman Park

    CVS taking cues from Ja Rule. NOT MY FAULT!

    • danger dave

      +1

  • Anonymous

    Still not posting the video for us? I think CVS dragging their feet is Karma getting you back for teasing us.

    • danger dave

      the video was already posted

      • WherestheVid

        Where? I looked at the original post and didn’t see the video.

        • danger dave

          Must have been taken down, sorry. It was there.

  • Anon Imus

    I had a feeling this wouldn’t be nearly as simple as “call CVS and immediately get paid”. I’d be surprised if this is settled within 6 months. And even when it is settled the OP will likely still be screwed in one way or another.

    • Anon

      IDK. In this day of publicity and easy video sharing, and the relatively minimal damages and clear liability here, I would see it as a pretty easy decision to pay (given documentation of damages). I’d say this even if it is an independent company and even if CVS can’t recover the cost through its contract with the trucking company. Cost of business of having your logo splashed over independent trucks.

  • AndyB

    This is probably an independent trucking company that makes deliveries to CVS (delivers the trailer)

    • GBinCH

      Indeed, and there’s probably an indemnification and limitation of liability clause in their contract, so why would CVS be liable? Your best bet, honestly, is work through your insurance. They’ll pay for your repairs immediately while filing a claim with the trucking firm/their insurance.

      • GBinCH

        I mean OP’s best best.

      • west_egg

        Agreed — file a claim with your carrier and let them handle subrogation.

      • danger dave

        +1

      • Kevin

        But is the insurance company really going to fight for you… I doubt they would even cut him a check to cover the repairs due to the age of the vehicle.

        I would still try to pursue personally and get more for money for damages.

        • Bloomy

          +1

  • L

    ugh. thanks for the update. so sorry this is becoming quite the pain in the ass!!!!! sending good vibes your way.

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