Who will pay to fix my car?
In almost every case, your own insurance company should pay to repair your car. You may be able to get your car repaired with no deductible and with no increased premiums if your insurance company finds that another person was at fault for the accident. If you do not have insurance that covers the type of charge at issue and the accident was not your fault, then you might be able to compel the other person’s insurance company to pay for the repairs or for the cost of replacing your car if it was totaled. You do not have to have your car repaired after an accident if you do not want to do that. If you don’t want to get your car fixed, then your insurance company will send you a payment against your car’s reduced value. If this is what you choose to do, however, you should remember that in the event of another accident, you car’s value is going to be less than if you opted to have it fixed.
One common issue that our clients face is that the insurance company’s estimate doesn’t cover all of the damage that occurred in the accident. Subsequently, the client does not have enough money to get the car completely repaired. The car may be able to be fixed through a second appraisal or a supplement to the initial appraisal that had been done. Our attorneys have been doing this for years – we understand how frustrating it can be when fixing your car.
This process can be confusing and difficult, and it helps immensely to have a lawyer to help you coordinate it.
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If you have been injured and are wondering who will pay to fix your car, speak with an attorney from Altman & Altman LLP. We can answer that question and any other question that you might have about personal injury law. Our attorneys have been handling personal injury claims for more than 40 years. During that time, we have developed a reputation for excellence and results. We always strive to get the best outcomes for our clients. From dog bites to products liability, from whiplash to catastrophic injuries and death, we successfully handle it all.
Call Altman & Altman toll free at 617.492.3000 or 800.481.6199 or contact us online. We are always available to speak with clients 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. Our attorneys will delve into your case in a free and confidential initial consultation. If you choose to hire us to handle your case, you will not have to pay us anything unless and until we are successful. You have nothing to lose by calling us, and it is in your best interest to do so.