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Your vehicle will then be repaired properly to manufacturer specifications or, if the costs to re-repair the vehicle are too severe, we can get the vehicle declared a total loss (even though it was fixed). If it is declared a total loss, then you will be able to purchase a replacement vehicle.
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Do Any of These Scenarios Sound Familiar?
These and many other issues could be signs that the body shop did not repair your vehicle properly.
- Your car was fixed, but it doesn’t seem to drive the same?
- Is your car making noises that it never made before?
- Does the steering feel off?
- Is your vehicle leaking water or smelling musty?
- Is there a gas smell?
- Does the transmission feel like it’s slipping out of gear?
Chrissy L.'s Success Story
Chrissy had a 2017 Honda CR-V with inexcusable leftover damage.
Chrissy took her vehicle to Geico’s contracted “approved” body shop because GEICO said they guarantee the work. After the repair, she came to Collision Consulting of Washington seeking a Diminished Value Appraisal. She did not suspect anything was wrong with her vehicle at the time.
· Preliminary Inspection in the parking lot found extremely obvious structural damage. This damage had to have been seen by the technician who repaired the vehicle.
· A structural diagnostic/measurement was performed comparing factory specifications to this vehicle. GEICO’s shop left this vehicle with a bent frame.
· The CRV would likely not perform as Honda engineers designed if it were involved in another collision.
After presenting GEICO with our report of findings and corrective estimate to replace the left front frame rail, GEICO totaled the CR-V. Christine received the full market value for her vehicle and expenses for our services.
Why We Are Here
Insurance companies shorting their own customers and drivers who have been in accidents for well over a decade now. Below are two clips of Journalist and News Host Anderson Cooper reporting on a story that is exactly like what we see every day.