Moore Total Loss Claims
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Has your vehicle been declared a total Loss?
If your vehicle has been a total loss due to an accident, you can dispute the value of the vehicle with an appraisal clause. This clause provides an opportunity for you to hire an independent third appraiser to assess the value of your car.
Once the appraisers agree on the value of your vehicle, your insurer will issue a check, less the collision deductible, to the lender. Be careful, though, because the settlement check may not equal the outstanding loan balance, so be aware of the terms and conditions of the total loss policy.
When making a total-loss claim, you must make sure that the auto insurance company agrees with your claim. If your vehicle is a total loss, it should be repossessed and sold for at least its market value.
If the insurance company offers you less value than your car is actually worth, then you need to hire a qualified independent vehicle appraiser to properly assess your damaged vehicle. This will ensure that you get a fair value for your car.
Before submitting a total-loss claim, it is essential to gather all the necessary documents to support your case. You should obtain the original receipt of sale for your car and note down any special features or add-ons that can affect its value. A vehicle appraisal will provide you with exact figures.
Contact our appraisers so you can get the right amount for the settlement.