Have you been in a car accident? Diminished Value can probably help you out!
Rear ended, T-boned or even just had your fender bended?
It happens. Actually, car accidents happen pretty often — about 5,000,000 times each year in the United States.
Even if you aren’t hurt in the accident, it’s no fun.
There’s the hassle of insurance claims and repairing your car or truck. But there’s something else you need to know about if you’ve been hit by another driver. It’s called “Diminished Value.”
Diminished Value means your car is almost always worth less after an accident, even if it has been fully repaired. Think about it – if you had to choose between two cars, one that’s never been in a car accident and one that has been, which would you pick? Exactly. That’s why a car that’s been in accident is worth less as a trade-in or resale.
But there’s good news. In most states, you are entitled to compensation for this “Diminished Value” from the other driver’s insurance company.
In fact, according to WreckCheck.com the average Diminished Value claim puts $3800 back in your pocket after an accident, even after all the repairs have been made on your car.
You shouldn’t pay the price for someone else’s mistake. But to get that money, you need to make a claim. And to make a claim you need to determine how much less your vehicle is worth.
That’s where WreckCheck.com comes in. It’s a FREE web service that can tell you how much less your car, truck or SUV is worth after an accident. Just plug in the details about your vehicle and the accident and you get a certified report that you can use with insurance companies. It just takes a few minutes.
Then, we process all the paperwork for your diminished value insurance claim via our network of nationally recognized consumer advocates and attorneys – who have experience in successful resolution of Diminished Value claims. You won’t need to pay that lawyer unless they win.
So what do you have to lose? Absolutely nothing.
If you’ve been in an accident that you didn’t cause, even if you don’t own that car anymore, visit WreckCheck.com to find out what you may be owed. Learn more about who we are and see what our customers have to say!