Update: First, I want to thank you guys for your input. It was a big help. It gave us (my sister and I) a few bullits
. My Dad is improving daily, and it looks like he's gonna pull thru. After talking with the on scene police officer (who also contacted the tow company), and firing a few bullits
,We ended paying a fee of $325.00 for the release of the car. It potentially could of been near $600.00. I took some photos of the car (and the other car involved in the initial impact), but will get them later. But now, I have ANOTHER beef with this towing company. When I finally was able to get to the car, I discovered that they had piled up all the wreckage from the "ACCIDENT SCENE"--- in His car, and loaded up the trunk with the sh*t too!! Like the plastic and metal reinforcement material behind the bumper covers, broken headlights, tar paper, styrofoam, steel pieces from-whatever, gravel, and -- get this, an "Entire" front bumper cover from a Nissan, complete with headlights!! The car involved in the initial hit in the intersection was an Infinity Q45.
I suspect that the towing company either-- wasn't expecting the "owner" to want the car back ( although it is pretty much totalled), or wanted to keep the car for additional profit (the suspension, motor parts, rear, trans., interior, etc.). After all, it is a '94 Lincoln Mark VIII - Panther Edition. I think that's why they were fighting us soooo hard -- The Bas***ds !!!!!!!