In Illinois, the insurance company may deduct an unlimited amount from the value if your vehicle has old, unrepaired collision damages. What does this mean and how does it work?
My vehicle is pretty beat up (I.e., scratches and rust), but the other driver clearly caused a large dent in the side panel where no other damage was there. I have photos of before and after for proof. Can the insurance company deduct from the repair costs of my other damage?
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