Auto Appraisal Services
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If so, you should file a diminished value claim. You can file your claim either with the at-fault party’s insurance company or direct against the person who caused the damage. Here at Auto Appraisal Service, we offer a Certified Diminished Value Appraisal Report. The certified appraisal will show the loss in market value due to a non at-fault accident. Non at-fault could be another driver causing damage to your vehicle while driving your vehicle or while driving their own. History has proven that vehicles that have been in an accident and have vehicle accident history are worth less than vehicles with no damage or accident history. You do not have to wait to trade or sell your vehicle to file diminished value. Some states require you notify them within a time period in order to process your claim.
Our method has been proven to help you claim your diminished value and are real values, not opinions!
If so, Auto Appraisal Service offers a certified total loss appraisal report that will show you the true market value of your vehicle. After the insurance company has made a settlement offer to you; we can review and perform a preliminary total appraisal report before you proceed with the appraisal clause. The report will provide a fair market and/or actual cash value of your vehicle. If the difference in value between the insurance company’s offer and our preliminary total loss value is significant enough, then you can choose to proceed with the appraisal clause. We will then send our own inspector out to your vehicle and perform an inspection on site. After the inspection has been performed, we will update and finalize our certified total loss appraisal report. We then negotiate on your behalf with the other party’s hired appraiser.
Having a certified auto appraisal on file will help you in case you ever have to file an insurance claim like total loss or theft. Great documentation is key to being covered!