Mitigate My Damages - How to mitigate damages - Car Accidents

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Mitigate Damages

What does it mean to mitigate your damages? Mitigating your damages basically means that you must do what you can to not spend money that doesn't need to be spent after a car accident. Some common pitfalls are storage fees and rental car charges. Many people get stuck with a bill for unnecessary charges they would have avoided if they would have known before hand they were going to get charged for the bill.

There are ways to get the insurance to pay for all the charges. A lot depends on the severity of the car accident, the insurance adjuster your are working with, and the circumstances that have led to the overcharge being incurred.

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