In this video, personal injury lawyer Nick Wagoner shares 6 tips for settling your property damage claim with the insurance company after a car accident.
According to members of the American auto-insurance industry, the average driver will be involved in four car accidents in their lifetime.
In most car wrecks, the vehicles that were involved in the accident require repairs. In cases where a car is damaged so badly in an accident that it’s beyond repair, the owner may be forced to buy a new car or find an alternative form of transportation.
If your car needs to be repaired or replaced because of a car accident for which you were not at fault, you can file a “property damage claim” with the at-fault driver’s insurance provider. In order to settle your property damage claim with the insurance company, you and the adjuster handling your claim must come to an agreement about the cost of repairing or replacing your damaged vehicle.
In this video, personal injury attorney Nick Wagoner of the Wagoner Law Firm shares his six tips for settling your property damage claim after a car accident. The tips in this video are designed to help you get better, faster results when negotiating the settlement of your property damage claim with the insurance company after a car accident.
Here is an outline of the six tips covered in this video:
1. Proactively gather evidence to support your property damage claim after a car accident.
2. Negotiate the fair market value of your car.
3. Have your car taken to a trusted body shop of your own selection after a car accident.
4. Spend the insurance payment however you like.
5. Get the insurance company to pay for your rental car.
6. In addition to filing a claim for the damage to your car, you can file a claim for any personal property that was damaged in the accident as well.
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