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Diminished Value Claim Attorney In Jacksonville, Florida

Diminished Value Claims

You are a careful and attentive driver. Unfortunately, not everyone who gets on the road is so conscientious, and you have had to pay the price—quite literally—for the negligence and recklessness of others.

The shiny, beautiful, high-powered, sophisticated piece of machinery that you once knew as your car was heavily damaged in an accident. Although it was salvageable and able to be repaired, it will never be the same. Being in a crash alters a vehicle permanently. Even if you are able to restore the dents and fractures and repair and replace the machinery that was damaged, the shock to its system will reduce the efficiency and performance of the machine. That is why any potential buyer will pay nowhere near what it is worth once they have seen it is has been in an accident.

Florida is a Diminished Value state, which means that car owners can recoup the lost value of a car that has been by in an accident in which the other driver was at fault. You can hire a professional to assess the dollar amount you have lost and make a claim to your insurance company.

The thing is not all insurance companies are willing to accept DV claims, and some do so only with difficulty. Getting compensation for your DV claim is especially important if you own a luxury or sports car, as they tend to have the highest resale value. To get what you are entitled to from your insurance company it may be necessary to hire a lawyer. An experienced diminished value attorney at Lindell Farson & Zebouni, P.A. can help you pursue your Diminished Value claims until you get the money that is rightfully owed.

You should not be slowed, discouraged, or ignored by your insurance company when it comes to a Diminished Value claim. A qualified Florida diminished value attorney at Lindell Farson & Zebouni, P.A. that specializes in Diminished Value claims and can open a dialogue and negotiation with your insurance company to resolve the matter. If litigation is necessary, your attorney will be able to undertake it and get you a settlement reflects the value you have lost in your vehicle.