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Posted by tonyb on October 21, 2001 at 14:37:04:
In Reply to: No fault auto total loss questions: posted by vincent on October 18, 2001 at 13:03:33:
Whether you make a collision claim with your own carrier or a liability
claim against the responsible party, it is your burden to prove your loss.
In the case of a disagreement with your own insurance company you may elect
Appriasal as a means to resolve your dispute, if it is still part of the conditions
of your policy. Many policies no longer offer Appraisal and now require
court action. Claim filing and adjusting information is at: http://www.disasterprepared.net/deserve.html
If you decide to make a liability claim and cannot resolve that claim to your satisfaction, then legal action is your only option, including rental expenses and other such expenses that you may have incurred. Either way, you should support your claim with as much substantiation as possible as to your vehicle's value, i.e., dealer or other estimates of value or any other market value indicator that you can document. Here are the rules governing insurance companies' settlement of your claim:
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