Been in an accident? Get what you're owed

By admin1 • May 1st, 2008

Unlike other online resources that merely provide an inspection or Diminished Value report for an upfront fee, Advocate Auto Claims (http://www.advocateautoclaims.com) handles your claim from start to finish with no upfront cost to you. We are so confident that we can collect for you, that we only work on a contingency fee basis, taking a percentage of the amount collected only once the claim has been settled.

Regardless of what others may tell you, collecting Diminished Value from an insurance company can be a difficult and lengthy process. You should utilize the services of a professional Diminished Value claim specialist. The actual process will vary on a state-by-state and case-by-case basis. While the principle of Diminished Value has long since been recognized by law, the insurance industry has gone out of their way to not pay consumers for this legitimate loss. For years, the auto insurance industry has lied about owing for this loss and, more recently, has even enlisted the aid of Departments of Insurance in various states to keep from paying this loss to policyholders. With our assistance, there are still opportunities for you to collect full value for the Diminished Value of your repaired vehicle.

Don’t waste your money on a report. Call now at (866) 596-6011 or click here to get your FREE Diminished Value estimate.

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