Can I Really Get Paid on Diminished Value?

By admin1 • May 1st, 2008

If you can answer YES to these three questions, then you have a claim worth pursuing

  • Is your vehicle worth more than $5,000?
  • Was the damage more than $1,000?
  • Did the accident happen within the last 4 years?

If you answered yes to the above, then click here to get FREE information.

How can we do this?
Because we handle more diminished value cases than anyone else. We deal with insurance companies and make them pay us every day, and we have tools not available to the average consumer that will enable us to recover that money for you.

Remember, this is money that you will probably not be able to get yourself unless you’re trained in this area. For sure, they see you coming, and they can handle the average consumer and not pay you or pay you substantially less than what you deserve. We’re so confident that we can recover your Diminished Value claim that we don’t get paid unless you do.

We aren’t trying to sell you a report, an inspection, or anything else. We do ALL the work, and only get paid if we recover money for you.
Click here for more FREE information.

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