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Video Rating: 0 / 5 Attorney Scott Wright, PA 321-723-1997 Hi. I’m attorney Scott Wright. You’ve been in an auto accident, and you’ve just learned that your car or your truck has been totaled, and the insurance company doesn’t agree with you on how much the car is worth and how much you should be paid based on your car being a total loss. You’re wondering what to do. You’re not stuck with the value given by the insurance company. That is a negotiable item of damage and something that you’re free to have input in. There are many ways to approach determining the value of a totally damaged vehicle. You’re probably familiar with NADA valuation, Blue Book valuation, Edmunds; these are all sources that are available on the internet. You should access those resources, value your car reasonably, and take that information to the adjuster handling the property damage portion of your claim. When we handle injury cases for clients, we also assist them with their property damage, and these are things that we routinely handle as part of our service to our injured clients. If you’d like to discuss with me in more detail the specifics of your case, feel free to give me a call. I’m available 24-hours a day, 7-days a week at 723-1997. I look forward to talking with you.
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