Edmond Total Loss Claims
Our Vehicle Appraiser Will Help You Get A Fair Deal.
Consult Our Vehicle Appraisers For Your Total Loss Claims.
Has your vehicle been declared a total Loss?
A claim for a total loss can be complicated. The adjuster evaluating the situation will evaluate the condition of the vehicle and give you an estimate of its value.
The estimate is based on the options your vehicle has and the parts that can be salvaged. This includes tires, seats, doors, and the engine. These parts all have a resale value. A totaled car is worth less than its actual cash value.
If you are disputing a total loss declaration, you should gather documents that prove that your vehicle was worth more than the insurance company’s final offer. These documents may include the original receipt of sale and notes about its features and add-ons.
While the insurance company may have their vehicle appraiser, they may not accurately determine the total loss of your vehicle.
After a total loss, you should research the value of similar vehicles in your area. You can present your own comparisons to the insurance adjuster to get a more accurate estimate. You should never accept less than the actual cash value of your vehicle.
To protect yourself from this, get an appraisal from a certified vehicle appraiser. It will not hurt to take this step. Once you’ve done this, you’ll be ready to confront the insurance company.
Our team of vehicle appraisers at Collision Safety Consultants Of Oklahoma will help you process your claim so you can get a fair offer.