Was your vehicle totaled due to an auto accident?
Has the insurance company been giving you the "run-around" or refusing to fix your vehicle?
At Loutos Law, we are skilled at helping clients get their vehicles replaced and/or repaired following auto accidents. Many times, the insurance companies are looking for any reason to deny or delay your claim. Our skilled accident lawyers have handled and successfully resolved all kinds of property damage issues and are here to help should you have any questions.
For Example, Did you know that you may be entitled to additional damages following an accident as your vehicle now has lost resale value?
Many people are not aware that when you are involved in even a minor "fender bender," your vehicle loses value. In Florida, you can be compensated for that loss in value. These damages are called "diminished value" damages and should always be requested from the at-fault party's insurance following an accident.
Or did you know that you may be entitled to damages for each day you are out of a vehicle while your vehicle is being repaired or replaced?
If your vehicle is totaled, we are skilled at requesting "loss of use" damages which compensate you for the loss of use of your vehicle while your vehicle is being repaired or replaced.
What You Need To Know
The fact is, insurance companies prioritize their bottom line over your well-being. Do yourself a favor and call a skilled Florida accident attorney BEFORE you speak to the insurance company.
A quick call may save you from losing hundreds to thousands of dollars in damages which are rightfully yours!
Our Jensen Beach accident attorneys will work hard to make sure that no money gets left on the table and will be there every step the way to ensure your rights are protected.
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What You Should Do Before A Florida Property Damage Claim
When filing a claim, it is essential to create a detailed inventory of your property. The inventory should help you prove what property you had prior to the disaster, the value of your property, and expedite the claims process overall. Try to continually update your inventory with any new purchases, such as a new TV or new jewelry.
You can begin by taking photos and videos of your entire property and belongings. Consider which items you would want to replace the most, like expensive furniture, electronics, and other meaningful and costly items. Along with photo and video evidence, jot down a description with the model, year, and make for valuable items (if possible).