Originally Posted by CatPat
Yes but they didn't report this and nobody was hurt, so as it was an accident they did not report it to anyone and to fix of this.
Justin will be fixing of her car very soon!
Cat I worked for an overhead door company for many years. A lot of the parts (hinges, bolts, etc.) can be used again, and unless all of the door sections were damaged also, they may be able to be repaired also.
Everyday, on our news we hear of a car that slipped on ice, couldn't make the curve, lost control due to speeding, and a plethora of other reasons, go right into a house. Mother Nature does not play favorites. People like yourself who are excellent drivers. Accidents do happen. And with the ice, I am not surprised at all to what happened. Stop worrying. Joyce loves you so very much. Just like we all do. And to see you in such distress most likely pains her. She has accepted your offer to pay. That is very kind of you. It will help keep her insurance payments down. And you know how expensive they can be. Not only her car insurance, but her home insurance as well.
This has been a lesson for Joyce and well as you. She now knows what can happen when you don't remove all of the snow or put down salt. We are as well as Joyce are very happy that you are not hurt. Believe her when she tells you it is all right.
We love you Cat and do not want you to feel so much distress over an accident. You are safe and that is what is important to everyone who loves you.