Was in the right hand (non-turn) lane, and a tractor in the center realized they needed to make a right turn - and started shoving my car sideways by the front fender.
Both of us would rather NOT get insurance involved - me because it's a pain in the (removed), and them because it looks bad. Frankly, nobody was hurt (my daughter was on the OTHER side of the car), and the car still drives - the door is a bit ajar, however
I'm certainly not going to call one of those scam lawyers.
They could probably _replace_ the car for 4k, and their deductible could be higher than that.
In any case, could some of you guys look at this, and let me know what you think? I'm going to have to get an estimate, but right now, I'm seeing the following.
Tire (torn sidewall), front bumper, fender, straighten the frame (hood is shifted, fender is shifted, door is pushed slightly downwards, so when you pull it closed, you can feel it hit the latch) headlight assembly, fender liner.
I'll probably need to fuzz out the details on the photos, since that's a shared link, but I doubt anyone here is going to use them unwisely.