Total Loss Dispute Negotiations | How do i get more money for my total loss?

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How do I get more money for my total loss?

Of course this is the number one reason anyone ever makes it to this site, to find out if it is possible to obtain more money than the insurance company is offering for a total loss vehicle after a car accident. In order for you to get more money for your total loss:

  • Your vehicle has to actually be worth more than what the insurance company is offering you
  • You have to be able to prove to the total loss adjuster the true value of your vehicle

There are many factors such as mileage and options that must be taken into consideration when trying to prove the actual cash value of your total loss vehicle. If they information is not submitted with certain details in mind, the whole report can become invalid.

The simple answer to this question is, Yes you can receive more for your total loss settlement as long as you have the proof to back your case.

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