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What is Diminished Value

Diminished value is the inherent reduction in monetary value your vehicle WILL suffer compared to a similar undamaged vehicle. Although the insurance company may have paid to restore your vehicle to “pre loss condition,” your car now has a negative history that reduces its resale value in the open market. But not all is lost!
This difference can be pursued in many states if you were involved in a not at-fault accident or your vehicle has appreciated in value. Depending on the year, make and model, you may be owed thousands by the at-fault carrier! Furthermore, in some states, the costs associated with proving diminished value may be considered tax deductible.
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It’s all too common for a vehicle with a negative VIN history to sell for thousands of dollars less than a similar vehicle with no previous damage. Let us help you bridge the gap! There are no costs associated If we cannot obtain a settlement.

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    Diminished value is the inherent reduction in monetary value your vehicle WILL suffer compared to a similar undamaged vehicle. Although the insurance company may have paid to restore your vehicle to “pre loss condition,” your car now has a negative history that reduces its resale value in the open market. If you were involved in a not-at-fault accident or your vehicle is appreciating in value, you may qualify.