My 2006 Pontiac gto was hit on the drivers side door and front fender. The body shop replaced the door and fender but now there is a lot of moisture in the driver side headlight. I never noticed any before the accident nor before having body work done. The body shop says they have to get authorization from the insurance company and if they deny I have to pay. The passenger headlight has 0 moisture and my car is garage kept. Should the body shop be able to charge me for this?
My car has 80000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.
The body shop would not be responsible for additional problems and the insurance company should cover it since this would be called a hidden problem that the body shop did not notice when giving the original estimate. They would charge you for parts and labor to replace.
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