They fixed mine bent like yours but be aware it may need welding, (mine did). If that concerns you discuss their policy beforehand so your not surprised.
I think I was told ; a $50 minimum and they'd call beforehand if it's to exceed $150. They called to say it was done, fee was $150 and it required welding. I guess welding didn't really enter my mind and it took some explanation from them to convince me it was a safe repair.
The weld is on one side of a spoke at the base, near the hub. I'm not sure if it was cracked there from the accident or in the straightening process it cracked. Doesn't really matter IMO.
I actually straightened an SV 1000 rim, same construct as DL except 17" diameter. I used a 10 ton arbor press at work and it was only a 3/8" wobble. I can say though to remove a run-out of just 3/8" I had to press/deflect the rims perimeter a huge amount, like 1 1/2". The material springs back that much!
It was an interesting experience, took me 1/2 the day, maybe more, with many "experimental" presses to develop a feel for how the rim reacts. I was actually shocked and very pleased how well it turned out, truly close to perfect. The more I worked it the more I developed a feel. I now can definitely see how an experienced shop can do repairs confidently, efficiently, and profitably.
Additionally in hindsight, I can see where correction of a major wobble might involve welding.