Know your rights if you've been in an auto accident. You may be entitled to a check from your insurance company for Diminished Value. Diminished value is the automatic loss in value from a collision. Almost every vehicle that has been in a wreck will have some form of inherent diminished value.
It has been estimated that 55% of consumers would not buy a car that had been in an accident. 81% would not have a car that had been in a wreck unless they were given a large discount. Our survey results show the stigma may be even higher.
Unsatisfied with your insurance company's offer on your loss? There may be a difference between what your insurance company is willing to pay you, and the fair market value of your vehicle! You're entitled to a fair settlement.
If you pay over $100,000 for a vehicle, you need to protect your investment. Simply because your car is worth more than most does not mean that you should be more willing to leave dollars on the table in negotiations about its value. Let our experience evaluating luxury autos and exotic super-cars work for you.
Look for Yourself: The following is a list of some of our recent clients and the Total Loss settlements that they received. Autoloss can inspect your vehicle, complete the appraisal, as well as negotiate the settlement for you.
Whether your bank, credit union or your insurance company requires you to get an independent appraisal, or you simply want to protect your investment, we can meet your needs. To establish the true market value of the vehicle, we first take into consideration if the vehicle is stock original or if the vehicle has been upgraded or restored. All reports include a detailed breakdown and description of the vehicle and its various components and upgrades. Relevant upgrades and modifications are detailed.