By Anonymous - 11/04/2014 20:07 - Switzerland
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#15, I don't think you're reading comprehension skills are up to par. The bird flew into OP's dad's windshield. OP didn't crash into a bird that was just minding its business. The bird pulled a kamikaze on OP. How in hell can OP control that? He can't. So, it wasn't OP's fault.
Your dad is just trying to save face because there really is no one to blame for it. Try and explain to him it isn't your fault, otherwise you would have gladly paid. Don't flip him the bird though.
Did you know that most auto insurance providers do offer a compensation for hitting such animals it's called comprehensive or also your "no fault losses" which include weather, animal, fire, and water as well as any vandalism an glass damages caused by road debris :) and because it is a "no fault loss" it does not count against you or your premiums ijs