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    my collegue knocked my bike over and did $6700 worth of dammage and yes....it was a woman......
    It had been parked there the whole day so how she managed it is beyond me really. When I had the R6 for one week the same thing happened:o
    Now I am fighting with the insurance company to see If I can get a pay out so I can fix myself with help of course.
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  • #2
    that sucks. This happened to me about two years ago. Guy at work took out two bikes

    g/l with insurance.

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    • #3
      Holy Shite ... thats a fair knock.

      GL ... does she have insurance ?
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      • #4
        They will only really pay out if its a write off, if they do write it off you have first option on the wreck just make sure if you do go down this path it is classifyed are a repairable write off otherwise you won't be able to register it again. Good luck with it.
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        • #5
          I hope your colleague feels like shit for what they did!! I hope it works out for you. $6700, that's a lot of damage...

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          • #6
            what sort of speed was she doing? vehicle?

            Dubs

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            • #7
              What ever happened to 'you break it, you bought it'?

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              • #8
                Bad luck mate, hope it all works out
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                • #9
                  That's when you lend it to a friend, you dunce.

                  I seriously hope you run into a Rolls Royce if that's the way you think.
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                  • #10
                    how the hell did she manage to do that much damage if she just knocked it over??
                    i went for a slide on the busa and 'only' did $5200 damage

                    anyway, sorry to here it.
                    one thing to note if you get the insurance to pay out the damage, they probably wont agree to insure the bike anymore. i know with mine they would have cancelled the policy after payout if i went that way (which is part of the reason i got it repaired under insurance)
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                    • #11
                      Sorry to hear mate. That sucks.

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                      • #12
                        That much damage I'm sure it will be a write off (depending on the year of your R1), new bike coming your way Asiah

                        I thought you were going to finish the title with - "UP"

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                        • #13
                          Ouch, bad news. Good luck with insurance and repairs/replacement...
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by BennyT View Post
                            one thing to note if you get the insurance to pay out the damage, they probably wont agree to insure the bike anymore. i know with mine they would have cancelled the policy after payout if i went that way (which is part of the reason i got it repaired under insurance)
                            isn't that only if its your fault?
                            the knockers insurance will be paying for it, not the owner.

                            edit: what i mean to say is the owners insurance will recover the money from the person who damaged the bikes' insurance company
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                            • #15
                              It would be a her insurance vs her insurance

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