YUUP, you can do well if you want to work on them. I hit deer number 2 on my 2015 Super Tenere. Progressive wrote me a check for $7,500, it was bent pretty good in the front and one pannier was racked badly. I kept the bike, since the damage was not a total.
I was in a hurry, so I just bought 2 complete new front fork legs for $750 each (only needed the bottom tubes really), fender for $50, 1 new handle bar clamp for $50 and a few minor pieces...forgot cost on them. Had it on the road again in 1 day. The plastic has some minor scratches if you look hard but some were there already from trail riding.
Purchase price all in with panniers etc was $14,200. So now I have $8,300 in my Super Tenere and it is much less painful for me to throw it on the ground.
BTW - here is how to straighten a racked pannier....
"If its not broke yet, it can still be fixed"