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If you have own your vehicle and have been involved in an auto accident due to someone else’s negligence, you likely have a North Carolina Diminished Value Claim. This is true even if your vehicle has previously been involved in an accident, or if your vehicle is greater than 5 years old. If you own a newer vehicle, a unique vehicle, or an expensive vehicle your North Carolina Loss of Value Claim. When your car has depreciated in value due to an auto accident, you can be compensated for that Diminution in Value. If the insurance adjuster you are dealing with has not made you an offer, or is denying you compensation, one step you can take to document and prove the amount of your loss of value is to hire an auto appraiser.
For your convenience, I have compiled a list of North Carolina Auto Appraisers below. Please note that I am not endorsing any of these North Carolina Auto Appraisers (I have simply listed the companies I know of in alphabetical order), and I do not guarantee their work or effectiveness. This list of North Carolina Auto Appraisers is offered to you to without any warranty, so if you have any questions about your case or about a particular North Carolina Auto Appraiser, please give us a call or email and we’ll be happy to discuss your case.
- Appraisal Group of America Inc.
- Auto Appraisal Group
- Auto Damage Experts, Inc.
- Automobile Appraisal Services
- Collision Claims Associates
- Collision Consulting
- Collision Service Investigators of North Carolina
- NC Auto Appraisal
- Pack Brothers / Wreck Check
While I do not recommend any particular North Carolina Automobile Appraiser, I will say that if you are having a disagreement with the insurance company as to the value of your North Carolina Loss of Value Claim or North Carolina Diminished Value Claim, then obtaining an appraisal from a North Carolina Automobile Appraiser may be helpful to you in your case (we typically order an appraisal on the Diminished Value Claims we handle). The cost of an automobile appraisal starts around the $250 range and can go up to $600 and above. If the insurance company you are dealing with is interested in hiring its own automobile appraiser, you may be interested in using the statutory appraisal method for settling your North Carolina Diminution of Value claim.
Again, if you have any questions related to your automobile accident, please don’t hesitate to contact one of our Durham Injury Attorneys or Greensboro Injury Attorneys. You can have any of your questions answered for free by reaching out to our Durham Car Accident Attorneys or Greensboro Car Accident Attorneys by phone at (888) 820-5885, email at firstname.lastname@example.org or completing the free consultation form on our website at www.kregerthacker.com.