Muskogee Total Loss Claims
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Has your vehicle been declared a total Loss?
If you’ve been involved in an accident that results in your vehicle being a total loss, you can file a total loss claim for compensation. You can do this through your insurance company, but it’s vital to understand how the process works.
Once you’ve filed for compensation, the insurance adjuster will come to inspect your car and make the determination whether or not it’s a totaled or salvaged vehicle.
It’s also important to remember that your insurer doesn’t have to agree with your claim. They are legally required to get an independent appraisal. They may also bump your offer by that amount. You’ll need to provide proof of coverage to make your total loss claim valid. The insurance adjuster will not approve the claim if the adjuster doesn’t think it’s worth the money you need to buy a new car. You should ask your insurance agent to provide you with a copy of your insurance policy.
In order to fight a total loss declaration, you should be prepared with documents that prove the market value of your vehicle. These documents may include the original receipt of purchase or any notes you’ve made on the car’s features and add-ons. If you are unsure about the value of your vehicle, you should pay for a professional appraisal. This will ensure that you get an accurate and comprehensive appraisal of your vehicle.
Get a FREE consultation from our vehicle appraisers now. You are entitled to the actual cash value of your vehicle.