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2004 Honda Accord hit and run. repairs needed


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Hit and run. Does anyone know what the cost would be including labor to completely replace the bumper, side tail light and rear drivers side panel of a 2004 Honda Accord Sedan? My insurance has a deductible of $1000 and I'm wondering if I should fix it on my own or file through my insurance company.

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Hit and run. Does anyone know what the cost would be including labor to completely replace the bumper, side tail light and rear drivers side panel of a 2004 Honda Accord Sedan? My insurance has a deductible of $1000 and I'm wondering if I should fix it on my own or file through my insurance company.

Depends on how badly the panel is damaged. Pictures would help us.

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If that quarter panel really needs to be replaced, you should definitely let the insurance company pay. The total bill with parts, labour, paint and all would probably be close to $2500-$3500

 

But usually if the quarter panel is damaged to that point, the car would be considered totaled. Pics. Please.

 

By the way, $1000 deductible is terrible.

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If that quarter panel really needs to be replaced, you should definitely let the insurance company pay. The total bill with parts, labour, paint and all would probably be close to $2500-$3500

 

But usually if the quarter panel is damaged to that point, the car would be considered totaled. Pics. Please.

 

By the way, $1000 deductible is terrible.

Exactly. My collision deductible is $500.

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