You should be compensated for your inability to enjoy your property.

While your car was in the repair shop, the insurance company probably paid for a rental car.  But was it enough?  If there was any period of time that you were without your vehicle, or if you were given a rental to drive that was not the same kind or quality of your car, you may be entitled to compensation for the loss of use of your own vehicle.

  • What if you owned a luxury car – did you receive a luxury rental car?
  • What if you owned a convertible and missed out on the summer season?
  • What if your RV spent  6 weeks in the shop and you had to cancel your once-in-a-lifetime trip?

The accident was not your fault, so you are not required to settle for a rental vehicle that is not the same kind and quality.  The insurance company will fight you on this – go ahead and ask them to reimburse you for your inconvenience and see what they say.  If appropriate, we will add any claim for Loss of Use to your case and back it with a detailed report prepared by our experts that is designed to fully compensate you for any loss of use.

 

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  • There is no charge for an initial consultation – call today.

  • You are obligated by law to disclose that your vehicle has been in an accident…

    what will that do to it’s value?

     

  • The Average Diminished Value claim is $5000.*

    *each case is unique and results may vary.

     

  • Having your car repaired is not enough.

  • The insurance company doesn’t want to give you Diminished Value – but you are entitled to it under the law.