So you’ve been in an accident. Other than a personal injury, your greatest concern is the loss of your property. The damage might be severe and, in some cases, could be considered a total loss. Generally, it is the car insurance company’s choice to either: Deem your car a total loss or decide to pay for the repairs. So now, you must determine whether your coverage will pay or whether the other company will be responsible. That’s where Harold Ehrenberg can help. That’s where we can help. If you are at fault, you’ll be looking for reimbursement through your own policy.
But If you are not at fault, you’ll probably be seeking payment through the other insurer. Regardless of the company from which you’re seeking payment, you might find their initial claim offer is insufficient to fully cover your repair or replacement costs. And something else that’s important that Big Insurance Companies like to keep secret: Property damage doesn’t only refer to your vehicle. It includes all of your property that was damaged as a result of the crash. Like your $1,300 prescription sunglasses that flew of you face and got smashed, your computer that got destroyed or your White linen suit that got blood stains all over it. If it was property and it got damaged, you are likely entitled to compensation.
Most people don’t have the energy or knowledge to pursue a more substantial claim; you’ll need the services of an attorney to ensure you get what you deserve. If you find yourself in this position, Harold Ehrenburg is that attorney. Know your rights. Call Harold right now at 504-666-9022.