I just picked up an Addams Family and the shipping company drove a forklift into it and damaged the cabinet. Of course they offered me some ridiculous lowball offer as a settlement so I told them I would be suing them instead which I promptly filed the paperwork and served them. I wanted some feedback as to whether people thought the cabinet would be structurally sound if they repaired it or whether it would only cosmetically look better the true integrity of the cabinet and backbox would be forever impaired. Specifically, it appears they drove into the backbox on the right hand side as it was folded down on the machine. The top right hand corner of the backbox has split open. The impact forced the right side hinge into the side rail where it bent over the top of the machine and badly bent the side rail and then shattered the glass from the side impact. The lockbar on the front left is now out of alignment as can be scene from where it used to overlap the left side rail and is now out by about a quarter to a half inch. The vertical joint above the front left leg has now separated and when i looked under the cabinet, the seam for the where the left side meets up with the bottom of the cabinet has also started to separate and some of the plywood from the left cabinet side has started to splinter in the same spot. I'm attaching some photos of the damage but I wanted to find out people's opinions whether they think the structural integrity of the cabinet and the wood itself has been compromised. My thought is that it has been compromised badly from the torque caused by the impact and it will never be the same even if they can re-glue and patch some of the things back together. This will aid in my lawsuit against the shipping company so I thank you in advance for taking the time to read and to comment.