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HELP! Car accident advice?

My boyfriend was very kind to offer to park the car for me while it was raining. Unfortunately, while parking he hit a fire hydrant and tore my car door to pieces (literally shredded metal). His insurance does not cover the damages. I have two options: put this on my insurance or pay for it out of pocket. All of the damage occurs on the right hand passenger door but I think it will need to be replaced and rewired and the car may need to be repainted. What is this likely to cost? If I decide to put it on my insurance, I'll have to tell my father (aka Big Andy). Please help!! Where do I start?


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wow grow the hell up. if i was there i would cut up your blankie and smack you in the face. pull a whole Moonstruck ordeal
tell ya mom how you feel. ask if you can get a dog that barks if not get a cd of a barking dog play it when someone knocks on your door the blankie story? well i know about that.one of my kids did that too.
By making 100% NaoH solution first and then reducing 60 % in that.
Well all can say at this moment in time, is I 'm just wondering how old you are,and how many people down your street know, you, and also know that at a certain time of day / night that you are / or will be alone, if so, maybe some one play practical joke, and trying to scare you. Also when and your mum is in, is it just you and your mum. So al I can say about your problem, is you some-how just got re-assure your self,that things are fine ,and it won't be too long that your mum will come back. You can also try to explain to your mum on how you feel when she goes to work, and maybe, that she can get a friend, neighbour or (if one live close by), a relative can call in on you, maybe. if not, then some how, you got to find ways to keep yourself occupied, while your mum is at work, watch video's / DVDs, listen to some music, play computer games, etc, etc, etc, just keep yourself busy, and time will just fly by.you can well at first, maybe even just before your mum goes out, make sure, and double check that all Doors and windows are 100% shut, and locked, on window seals, if you can place loads of stuff on them, put chimes on doors and windows, (I do, a very-very cheap alarm), but must keep your mind of the fact that you are alone, and keep your self busy, and of course keep your comfort Blankie+phone with you always. Take Care

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