Join Date: May 2005
Location: Lakeville, MN, USA
Your best bet may be to trace the electrical circuit based on your mods and hope that none of the wiring runs through that area of the bike or is fused properly.
If the dealer is standing behind you then send a registered letter to the insurance company and your State's Insurance Licensing board.
Try and be as factual as possible and if the mods were installed properly and were of the kind that any dealer would perform....... You get the idea.
Oh and when you send it to the insurance company, don't send it to just their adjuster send it to several people and make certain that the adjuster sees who is copied.
Another strategy is if you do have a family lawyer or a friend that is a lawyer do basically the same thing but address it to your lawyer seeking advice and copy the isurance company.
Insurance adjusters are trained to minimize claims in order to save money for the insurance company, not to maximize compensation for you. Insurance companies have no interest in offering you advice concerning your loss or protecting your interests.
They are the first roadblock.
Don't threaten to sue just make it look like you are pursuing a path to a fair settlement.
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Riding since '65 - 30+ bikes (lost count)
'06 R12GS Adv, '98 Buell, '95 Ultra, '95 Fatboy, '71 Rickman, '53 Panhead
2009-2010 KxxxxLT or whenever BMW updates the platform
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Last edited by dronning; Aug 8th, 2007 at 8:19 pm.