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Old 07-08-2004, 06:05 AM   #1
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Unhappy Bent a rim: file claim?

Hey guys,

Hit a big pothole traveling OH315 yesterday. Front wheel got squared. Not too bad I guess it can be fixed. So the question now should I go after Ohio Department of transportation? Anyone can share experience doing it? Any evidence to collect and stuff?
Or is it going to be just waste of time?

Found this. It seems like they are pretty good at picking up responsibility:
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Old 07-14-2004, 04:16 AM   #2
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hey...give it a try

I had a ex-girlfriend that had a similiar problem....but it was the road being uneven right at the edge of a bridge. It bent her wheel. I dont talk to her anymore so I cant really find out to much info, but hey...if it's gonna cost you more than your willing to just lose....try it! I know I will if it happens to me....

this sounds crazy but my buddies wife was out jogging back when she was in highschool and tripped cause a sidewalk was uneven.....messed up her knee pretty bad, and she's still getting paid! (10 yrs later)
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