Typically, there are two kinds of claims in an auto accident: the personal or bodily injury claim and the property damage claim. Lawyers usually only handle bodily injury claims, but sometimes an accident will result in damage to your car only. For example, a driver may hit your parked and unoccupied car. The property damage claim process, while usually simpler than bodily injury claims, can still be difficult and confusing.
If you’ve been in an auto accident and you weren’t injured, but your car has been damaged, you may be trying to deal with the insurance company alone to get your car repaired or even replaced. Premier Law Group wants to help. We’re giving away our simple guide to assist you in navigating the claims process and getting a good settlement.
In “The Ultimate Guide To Handling Your Property Damage Claim”, you’ll discover:
- A straight-forward approach to settling your property damage claim
- A simple piece of information that can move your claim along faster
- Your responsibilities in the claim process and how they may save you money
- How to know whether your insurance rates will go up
- How to deal with the insurance company of the at-fault party
- What the insurance company of the at-fault party is required to pay for
- What to do if the other driver was under-insured or uninsured
- When and why an insurance company considers your vehicle “totalled”
- What to do if the insurance company’s offer is too low
- What to do if you owe more on your vehicle loan than the vehicle is worth
- Lawyers’ tips and tricks that can save you time, money, and frustration during the property damage claim process
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