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#8579: 12-06-2012, 07:18 PM
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If you have glass coverage, it's actually not too bad at all... contact insurance company, then you can setup an appointment with many of the glass companies (they will deal with the insurance company for payment) who will come to your house or office and do the repair in about an hour... Definitely annoying, but may not cost you much time or hassle if you have the coverage! Good luck!