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Car accidents cause an immediate an inherent loss in resale value. Did you know that by law the at fault party is responsible to compensate you for that loss? Simply stated, diminished value is the immediate loss in resale value a vehicle suffers after an accident. A reasonable buyer will always pay more for a vehicle that's never been wrecked than a damaged and repaired counterpart. The at fault party or their insurance carrier are responsible to compensate you, in cash, for your loss.
In North Carolina, if a vehicle sustains 25% or more in damage the seller, by law, is required to disclose the damage by checking in a field on the vehicle's title. This obviously reduces the vehicle's resale value since educated buyers would never pay the same amount for that vehicle as they would an undamaged counterpart.
Without a bona fide appraisal report, the insurance company will try to settle at a low ball amount. Our USPAP compliant appraisal report will serve as proof of loss and help you collect what you're rightfully owed. Get our free loss in value quote before settling.
We are Independent Auto Appraisers that specialize in Diminished Value assessments. We will provide you with a comprehensive report you submit to the at fault party’s insurance carrier demanding compensation for your loss.
Our senior appraiser is licensed in the state of North Carolina as an auto damage appraiser, in addition, we are members of the Better Business Bureau, our appraisals are accurate and credible, we offer a money back guarantee as well as phone and email support every step of the way. See our BBB Profile.
Our appraisal reports are USPAP compliant and the best in the business. They are an industry standard and recognized by all major insurance companies.
We know car accidents can be stressful that's why we will help you every step of the way in settling your claim. Our licensed appraisers are experienced in loss in value disputes and will give you the personal attention you need.