Broken Arrow Total Loss Claims
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Has your vehicle been declared a total Loss?
A total loss claim is when your car is written off. This is usually the case when your car is unrepairable or when the repair bill exceeds the ACV of the vehicle.
Whether you have comprehensive or collision coverage, you need to have the paperwork to prove the market value of your car. Your insurance company may decide to declare your vehicle a total loss if it saves them money.
A total loss claim is often the most complex and emotionally stressful part of the process for a vehicle owner. A total loss claim can affect the way you live your life, and may even be the reason why you file for insurance.
When filing a total loss claim, you should first investigate the value of your vehicle. If your vehicle is worth more than the insurance company’s estimate, then you may be entitled to extra compensation from your insurer. It is important to take this into consideration when preparing a total loss claim.
However, if you are unsure of the value of your car, you should always get an appraisal. This way, your insurance company will reimburse you the difference between your valuation and the actual market value of your car.