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South Florida: Stolen, crashed, trashed, recovered and Total Loss, all in one day! South Florida: Stolen, crashed, trashed, recovered and Total Loss, all in one day!

The insurance company offered $8,319 for the Total Loss of this 2011 Honda Pilot. After a Total Loss appraisal, the insurance company settled for $12,000. Car damaged in an auto accident? Visit https://southfloridacarappraisers.com/

When your Insurance Company says your car is a Total Loss When your Insurance Company says your car is a Total Loss

So your Auto Insurance Company tells you your vehicle is a Total Loss! Do not accept the Insurance Company's offer to settle and compensate you for your loss! Be aware and invoke your right to the 'Appraisal Clause' in your policy!

Hurricane Dorian - vehicle flood damage Hurricane Dorian - vehicle flood damage

Vehicle flooded or damaged during Hurricane Dorian and declared a Total Loss?

Has your vehicle, of that of a friend or family, been damaged in an accident recently? Has your vehicle, of that of a friend or family, been damaged in an accident recently?

Has your vehicle, of that of a friend or family, been damaged in an accident recently? Has your insurance company declared it a Total Loss, or has it been repaired, now with Diminished Value?

Has your vehicle been damaged in an accident? Has your vehicle been damaged in an accident?

Has your vehicle been damaged in an accident? Total Loss, or repaired now with Diminished Value?

Car Wreck? Car Wreck?

Before you accept a check from the insurance company for your wrecked or totaled vehicle, doing this one thing could mean getting thousands more dollars for your car.

Find out what your car was worth prior to the accident Find out what your car was worth prior to the accident

Find out what your car was worth prior to the accident. If you have been in an accident and it has been determined that your car is a total loss, your insurance company will need to pay to replace your car.

So your car has been totaled: FAQs So your car has been totaled: FAQs

Q: Can I keep my car if the insurance company totals it? A: Yes. After it's been declared a total loss, you have the option to keep the car. The insurance company will subtract the salvage value from the car's market value. The salvage value is the amount a salvage yard will pay for the damaged car. If you keep the car, it will have a salvage title. If it is successfully repaired or rebuilt, you can apply to transfer the salvage title to a rebuilt title. Caution! A vehicle with a rebuilt title can be difficult and/or expensive to insure. Do your homework!

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