Part 1-To friends, family, and/or classmates:
Hey everyone, just wanted to give you guys a heads up that I just got into a minor car accident. I am ok and thankfully nobody got hurt. I got cut off by a BMW and had to swerve in order not to hit them but instead I fishtailed and ended up hitting the curb pretty hard which popped my front tires and mangled my rims so bad that my front axel is probably busted. I can’t believe this fool did this and now I am going to probably have to get a whole new car, which sucks because I just got this one. Oh well guess it’s time to do a little car shopping again.
Part 1-To the Insurance Company:
To Whom It May Concern,
I, Keith Joseph Charles, am formally giving you written notice that today, September 8th, 2012 at 11:00am was in a minor car accident involving my 2013 Kia Optima SXL. I was driving in the center lane of the street when a black BMW cut me off which caused me to swerve to my right . Due to the wet weather conditions when I quickly turned my steering wheel I began to fish tail and ended up slamming into the curb. My two front tires popped and the rims are cracked and I think that my axel might be broken as well. I have filed a police report and have gathered the insurance information of the BMW driver that I will include with this letter. Please inform me what the next steps are to get this resolved quickly since I am now out of transportation till my car is either fixed or replaced. Thank you for all your help and a speedy response.
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