Driving can be dangerous, especially in a congested state like New Jersey with the highest overall population density in the U.S.
Some counties in New Jersey are considered among the most dangerous in the country.
Statistics from the New Jersey Department of Transportation say there were 264,582 accidents in the state in 2015, which means there are about 725 car accidents in New Jersey every day or 30 accidents every single hour.
The counties with the most accidents statewide are:
That might sound pretty high, but those accident totals mean tens of thousands of unfortunate New Jerseyans are eligible for Diminished Value compensation.
So what is Diminished Value?
Diminished Value is what happens to your car if you’ve been in an accident. Your vehicle is almost always worth less if it has been in an accident, even after it is fully repaired.
But there’s good news: If you didn’t cause the accident, then you may be eligible for compensation. It’s the law.
The average Diminished Value claim is worth $3800. That’s after repair costs.
To get back what you’ve lost, you need to prove to the other driver’s insurance company how much less your vehicle is worth.
That’s where WreckCheck.com helps.
Simply plug in your vehicle details along with some accident info and WreckCheck.com will give you an official report on your vehicle’s Diminished Value.
You can take that back to the insurance company and deal with them yourself. Or WreckCheck.com can connect you to a legal expert to help you get back what you are owed. And the lawyer doesn’t get paid until you do.
WreckCheck.com is a free service, so there’s no charge at all to get your Diminished Value report.
Don’t pay the price for someone else’s mistake. Get back everything that you are owed with WreckCheck.com