For questions involving auto damage claims, collision repair, forensics, industry practices, we can help. We specialize in claims for loss of resale value (Diminished Value).
I have 30 years experience in the collision repair and body reconstruction field, both hands-on and from behind the desk. I hold a Master Certification from ASE in the Body and Paint category, as well as their certification in Estimating. I have authored over 120 feature and training articles for the largest trade journal devoted to the collision repair industry, and have given expert testimony in court dozens of times. Licensed physical damage appraiser in Pennsylvania and reciprocal states.
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Bill, You can do either one, but I prefer to perform a physical inspection of the vehicle so I can note the changes brought about by the damage repairs, such as missing Federal Anti-Theft Standard labels
Jared, While I am more of an expert in claims for autos and yours is a question regarding coverage I do know that a policy which has been cancelled due to operating a vehicle without coverage does impact
Mike, I am unsure of your state, which is important in terms of whether or not uninsured motorists coverage applies to property damage, however based on the fact there was an independent adjuster
You can select anyone mutually agreeable to both sides. There is no criteria that must be met for the individual serving as umpire. Car dealers, body shop owners or collectors of cars typically serve as
An insurer of a third party has no legal duty to you, but their policyholder (the one deemed to be at-fault in the accident) does. Apply your pressure to them, but cc their insurer on your demand letters
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