How the Diminished Value Claim Recovery Process Works

Learn if you qualify to file a diminished value claim, how to prove your claim, and how the recovery process works. For more information please visit our site at
DVCHECK can help you recover your vehicle’s diminished value after a car accident with our world-class diminished value recovery process.

Here’s how it works:

Step 1 – Determine if you’re eligible: The accident was not your fault, Your vehicle has no previous accidents and is less than 10 years old, The accident was within the past two years.

If you meet these requirements, you qualify to file a claim.

Step 2 – Document your diminished value loss with a DVCHECK Appraisal. Complete a short order form at DVCHECK.COM and upload your repair estimate. DVCHECK’s licensed appraisers will then email your appraisal and sample demand letter within 24 hours.

Step 3 – Submit your appraisal and demand letter to the at-fault insurance company. The insurance company will review your documentation and send you a check for your diminished value.

For most people, the process ends here when you receive your settlement check, but some insurance companies may want to negotiate further.

Step 4 – Negotiations. DVCHECK will be there to help you negotiate throughout your claim. We provide phone and email support to help you maximize your recovery and
with decades of appraisal experience and industry leading qualifications, we put you in a strong position to overcome any arguments the insurance companies may present.

After negotiating, the insurance company will send you a settlement check for your diminished value.

You have a lot at stake and are entitled to a fast and fair settlement of your car’s diminished value.

Order your appraisal today and let DVCHECK help you maximize your recovery.

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