So about two weeks ago I got into a minor accident in a parking lot. I got sideswiped and my passenger side doors were smashed in. I took it to the body shop and the adjuster pointed out hail damage all over the car. I knew about it. It was from a freak hail storm we had in 2011. The adjuster was very douchey about it and told me that would need a whole new claim to fix. He told me I'd need a new hood, roof and trunk. That part I know is BS, but the new claim part seemed legit. I left it alone and told them to just fix the doors. I picked up my car just now, and they fixed the doors, and completely removed the hail damage. They didn't replace anything, just took out the little dimples all over my hood,roof and trunk. I looked over the itemized repair list they gave me and it didn't say anything about fixing the hail damage. Why would they do that? I signed everything and acknowledged the work done before leaving, so it's not like they can hit me with a surprise bill later on, right? Did they do it out of the kindness of their hearts? I didn't mention it and I won't....it just seems odd, not that I'm complaining.