Nationwide Drivers Lose Millions by Not Knowing Rights to Diminished Value of Vehicle After Accident
Getting your car repaired is only 50% of the process
Collecting Diminished Value is the other 50%.
Your Auto Repair Invoice is an Uncashed Check Under the Right Conditions
Drivers lose money by not knowing how to get back lost re-sale value after an accident. Don't leave your money with the insurance company.
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What is Diminished Value?
Simply put, Diminished Value is the difference between the market value of a vehicle prior to a collision or other damage, and its value after. Ask yourself, if two identical vehicles are for sale with identical mileage, options, and condition, one was damaged and repaired and one that was never damaged, which car is worth more?
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Diminished Value Assessment:
General Auto Check will establish the loss in value after your vehicle has been involved in an accident. The report will address Inherent Diminished Value.
Total Loss Assistance:
If you believe that your vehicle is a questionable total loss or you think the insurance adjuster’s value of your vehicle total loss is too low contact General Auto Check.
General Auto Check’s Diminished Value report will provide you with the proper information required to effectively process your claim with the responsible party or the insurance company to get the claim settled.
You can file a claim for the Diminished Value of your vehicle if:
An accident resulted in frame or significant structural damage
The vehicle did not have a salvaged title.
You were not at fault in the accident.
Strong Diminished Value claims include:
Your vehicle does not have high mileage
Your vehicle is a newer vehicle
Your vehicle has a high pre-loss value
Your vehicle had not been in an accident previously
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