You and the team at the AGA did a great job! The settlement of $3,300 made me feel that I was finally compensated properly from the accident. More important to me than the money, was the fact that you forced the insurance company to be honest about the damage.
— Jim Mellor
Your insurance company will pay to repair your vehicle, but after a collision, it's less marketable than before the wreck. When you sell the vehicle, you will be forced to absorb a loss, unless you make a Diminished Value claim.
For example, if your $30,000 vehicle is repaired after a major collision, it may only be worth $20,000. Is that fair to you? No! A Diminished Value claim allows you to get a settlement for the difference in market value for a pre-and-post crash vehicle.
It is almost impossible for an insurance company to deny a diminished value claim to an insured claimant.