Our mission is to help people be made whole again. Here are some examples of clients who have given us the chance to fight for them and win for them the money they deserve.
Mr. T. came to Collision Consulting after his Audi was deemed a total loss by State Farm. State Farm greatly undervalued his vehicle and Mr. T. need someone in his corner. Mr. T. enacted the appraisal clause in his policy and hired one of Collision Consulting’s Washington based appraisers to go to bat for his settlement. Collision Consulting won Mr. T. the fair value of his vehicle, almost $5,000 over what State Farm had appraised the value at initially. Don’t take your insurance company at their word.
Mr. C. had a claim that was dragged on for 6 years. When Insurance companies fail to settle your claim fairly or fail to follow up, customers need to be proactive. It’s easiest when you have an expert on your side who is based in Washington and knows the rules and regulations to assist you. Our expert appraiser was able to help Mr. Carlson recover $3,400 missing from his settlement.
Mr. P. came to Collision Consulting after his Jeep Grand Cherokee was deemed a total loss after an accident. Safeco had undervalued his vehicle and he knew his vehicle was worth more on the market than Safeco claimed. Our office was able to help Mr. P. understand the appraisal process and our expert Washington based appraiser was able to help Mr. P. get the fair value for his vehicle, almost $3,500 more than what Safeco had claimed it was worth.
Celeste had a brand new CR-V Hybrid that was hit. The accident was not her fault and she was owed money by the at fault party because now, her brand new vehicle would be harder to sell. We took a look at the damage done and the market for vehicles like her and found her vehicle had depreciated about $4,800.
Ms. K. had a brand new MINI SE that was hit. The accident was not her fault and she was owed money by the at fault party because now, her brand new vehicle would be harder to sell. We took a look at the damage done and the market for vehicles like her and found her vehicle had depreciated about $6,500 and we also calculated that during the time that she was with out her vehicle, the “loss of use” damages for her specific vehicle and claim came to almost $6,900. That’s a lot of value lost in a what would seem like “just a collision”.
Jonathan had a pristine Lexus IS F that was in a collision. It wasn’t his fault and the now his pristine vehicle would be very difficult to sell based on the type of damage. We took a look at the damage done and the market for vehicles like his and found his vehicle had depreciated about $9,500. If you have a specialty vehicle or a high end car that was in a collision, chances are it’s greatly depreciated in value.
Patricia K. had a well maintained 2017 Subaru Forester premium. She was hit and her vehicle was severely damaged. The damage and repair costs were so severe, Ms. K. knew her vehicle wasn’t the same as it was before and would have a hard time selling it or trading it in to a reputable dealer. We took a look at the damage done and the market for vehicles like her and found her vehicle had depreciated about $8,000
Melissa F’s Jeep Grand Cherokee was rear ended, and the collision wasn’t her fault. Melissa knew that she might have trouble trading the vehicle in or selling it now, but she wanted to know exactly how much value her vehicle lost due to the damage. She reached out to our office and one of our experts took look at her repair work and researched the market and determined she had lost almost $5,400. Our office gave her the tools to recover this money from the at fault party.