Alpharetta Diminished Value Attorneys
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Georgia Diminished Value Attorney Jon R. Brockman | Representing Diminished Value Cases in Atlanta, Carrollton, Cumming, Fayetteville, Alpharetta and surrounding areas

HAS YOUR CAR BEEN IN AN ACCIDENT? YOUR VEHICLE HAS DIMINISHED VALUE

The Alpharetta, Georgia Diminished Value Attorneys of Jonathan R. Brockman can help ensure that you are protected and have adequate legal representation throughout the diminished value claim process.

Georgia is one of only a handful of states that recognize the right to recover the diminished value of your vehicle after you have been in a car accident, even from your own automobile insurance provider. Diminished value is the loss of value your vehicle suffers even if it is returned to pre-accident condition. It will never be worth the same amount as it was before the accident occurred, and the state understands that.

GET THE DIMINISHED VALUE OF YOUR CAR

  • Gather all the facts about your accident. Include repair bills, photos of your vehicle before and after repairs, the mileage of your vehicle before the accident, and the police report.
  • Do not agree to a call that is being recorded by your insurance company without talking to an attorney first.
  • Never agree to a settlement before discussing your claim with your attorney.

FILING A DIMINISHED VALUE CLAIM IN ALPHARETTA, GEORGIA

If you have been in a car accident, your car has diminished value. The state recognizes this, and you are protected under these Georgia laws. However, many car insurance companies will dispute whether your car has diminished value.

If you think the value of the claim is less than $15,000, you can likely file a claim against your insurance company in small claims court. However, we strongly recommend that you at least consult with a diminished value property damage claim attorney before you do. Remember that an insurance company will have in-house attorneys who will fight for them and ensure their protection.

The statute of limitations for filing the claim in most cases is two years from the date of the accident. However, there are some exceptions to this rule, which means it is important to seek legal counsel sooner than later. Failure to meet the statute of limitations deadline could result in your complete loss of ability to ever file such a claim for that accident.

CONTACT AN EXPERIENCED ALPHARETTA ATTORNEY TODAY

At Jonathan R. Brockman, our diminished value property damage claims attorneys are committed to ensuring that our clients get the full value of their vehicles. We know the loopholes that insurance companies like to use to get out of paying claims, and we will work to ensure they are not successful in their fight. Contact us today to schedule a consultation. Your diminished value auto property damage claim is important to us.

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