After speaking with a claim rep by the name of Chris with the TN Claim Central Call Center, he states that his review of the case shows that there is not enough evidence for State Farm to accept liability for a collision where their client pulled out in front of my client and caused a collision at an intersection, therefore State Farm (Chris) states that they are refusing to pay for damages caused to my vehicle, since they can't determine who's fault it was and stated that I would be responsible for my own damages and getting the vehicle repaired on my own. Furthermore, in the police / accident report it clearly states that Vehicle #1 pulled out in front of Vehicle #2 at the intersection per the narrative that the police officer wrote.
The client, Linda Jones who was at fault at the accident had stated to both the driver of my vehicle (Tara Westbrook - Fiancee`) as well as to Firefights/EMTs & the Police Officer that she was at fault and that she would pay for the damages because she 'didn't see' my vehicle. Both vehicles were stopped at the red light, which my vehicle had the right of way, being the first vehicle stopped at the intersection. After attempting to proceed through the intersection, Linda Jones decided she wanted to proceed at the same time, causing the collision. My vehicle is in an unsafe condition to drive and because State Farm is refusing to accept liability and refusing to repair my vehicle, I am forced to drive an unsafe vehicle where I can't open the drivers door of the vehicle because of the damage.
The headlights of my vehicle are out of adjustment and shine directly on the road in front of the vehicle, making it difficult for night time driving which is required several days a week.
I do not have another vehicle to drive and this is my only transportation and it's currently unsafe. I need this to be dealt with IMMEDIATELY!
Product or Service Mentioned: State Farm Insurance Claim.