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Hi all,



We recently parked our car with a meet and greet company at the airport. Whilst they had the car they broke the internal rear view mirror. They say that they did not do the damage and refuse to accept any liability. As only external photographs are taken at the time of handing the vehicle over, there is no proof that they did the damage.



They have offered to pay 50% of the replacement cost. Is there any way that I can make them pay the full amount?



Thank you for your advice.

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Wrong forum really, but how much does a rear view mirror cost?



IMO you will struggle to prove they did it and the cost of taking legal action would not be worth it.



Get the money for half of the replacement cost and don't use them again...

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have they made that offer in writing? if not then it is not an offer. If they have but deny liability you have to ask why they have done so. Depending on the cost of the mirror I would be tempted to find out who actually drove your vehicle and what insurance that person has and what their employment status is. I bet that you will find they are more likely to pay up rather than answer.

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