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Diminished Value and Auto Damage: Factual and Legal Principles
After a motor vehicle collision, repairing your vehicle or settling your total loss claim will be an urgent priority. If you fortunately emerged from the collision without an injury, or even if you w more...

Posted over 5 years ago.


Take Control: Choose the Right Body Shop
After a collision, choose your own body shop. Your car was damaged. You have the right to choose the repair shop you want, which may or may not be on the insurance company's "referral" list. This v more...

Posted about 5 years ago.


Myths and Facts About Using Your Own Insurance For Car Accidents
If you’re involved in a collision that wasn’t your fault, I recommend that you choose your own repair shop and use your own insurance company to pay for your repairs instead of the at-fault driver’s company. You are more likely to get your vehicle repaired properly without paying out of pocket. more...

Posted over 8 years ago.


Frequently Asked Questions about "Pre-Existing Conditions" in Personal Injury Claims
Insurance companies commonly use "pre-existing conditions" as a defense to personal injury claims, but Washington has rules about how those defenses work. They are often not as strong as the insuranc more...

Posted over 5 years ago.


Diminished Value Claims: An Expert's Introduction
This may be the most valuable four-minute video you've ever watched. Suffered a collision that wasn't your fault? An insurance company may owe you thousands for a claim you've never heard about. Dimi more...

Posted about 5 years ago.