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>Someone decided a $250 Pioneer cassette deck was too good to pass up, and
>broke the rear quarter window and took it off my hands on Saturday night.
>Yanked on console, and broke at least one window switch. Drivers, now down
>only :(. Also took Nikon SLR and lenses, cell phone, and my talking digital
>multimeter. (Don't laugh, it's great for under dash stuff!)
>Called cell phone company to cancel, first thing!
>The insurance company has verbally told me they aren't responsible for
>"contents", but I can't seem to locate that little provision in the OAP 1.
>They say my home insurance covers that. Surprise, living in a steel doored
>concrete high-rise, I don't have any. Although it seems they would cover it
>if another vehicle was involved. Hmm
I *think* that's correct, but will let someone who knows comment. I just
wanted to mention that renter's insurance is awfully inexpensive, on the
order of a couple hundred dollars a year, and it covers you against a
variety of things.
Also, if any of this stuff was work related, maybe your company will
reimburse you. If not, losses like this may be tax deductible, at least in