while i was eating lunch today in our break room i got a call from another employee saying that our porter just ran my bike over with a diesel dually. turns out another employee was in his truck eating lunch (black dakota in the backround) and saw the whole thing. i'm still not sure of the severity of the hit but i was told the guy backed the truck up into the back of the bike and just kept on backing up pushing the bike into the curb and lifting the back end of the bike off the ground where he said it then fell over . it's unclear if the truck continued to back over the bike or not. to me it seem like the only way the rear end should have come up is if the wheel turned and instead of the front wheel just rolling over the curb it got bound up.... but by the pic below it's clear that the bike at some point made it over the curb. at first i thought nothing was wrong with the bike and told a manager that it looked fine but i was going to take it for a spin just to make sure. it didn't even take 50 feet to know something was wrong. steering feels kinda like i have a flat front tire... it's fine of course and when going over bumps i can hear a "clacking" noise. i noticed that my rear fender it loose but not sure if that's where all the noise was coming from. i turned back to the shop and was about to start taking the bike apart to see what was wrong but i had cars to work on and i wasn't about to start to take my bike apart for free and loose money working on other stuff over something that wasn't my fault. i did give it a once over and off the bat i can see that the bars are bent, left bark buster is bent, sub frame or swing arm is bent, rear fender is loose but bolts are all tight. anyways.... i've been at my job for 11 years, my boss' are cool, i get along with them and they work on commission. i'm pretty sure if i file a claim on the shop it will come out of their checks. i have insurance on the bike and my boss said that he'll find a way to cover my deductible. i'd rather have my ins. company just take care of it anyways and leave work out of it. my question is... will my insurance go up? to be clear here i just have comprehensive ins. oh and keep in mind my bike doesn't steer right... doubt the bars have anything to do with that. here's some pics: bike as i'm walking up to it. bent rear you can see where the bolt was for the bark buster and where it is now. cross brace moved cause left side of bar is bent up... you can see where the brace used to sit.