Atlanta, Georgia’s Professional Diminished Value Appraiser
WRECK CHECK ATLANTA is a company committed to consumer protection through post collision vehicle inspections, and by providing consumers with a number of value added services such as Diminished Value Assessments, Collision Monitoring, Pre & Post Purchase Inspections, Total Loss & Appraisal Process Assistance.
WRECK CHECK ATLANTA offers post repair inspections that will assist the consumer with identifying remaining damage that will effect the Safety, Functionality , Appearance and Value of their vehicle.
Improper Collision & Mechanical Repairs
Improper repairs to your vehicle will effect the Safety, Functionality, Appearance and Value of your vehicle. Improper and unsafe repairs will cause the safety features that are designed and built into the car by the manufacturer to not respond properly in a subsequent collision. In addition, improper alignment of the frame or uni-body will cause premature and abnormal suspension and tire wear.
If you feel like your car was repaired improperly or the quality was poor then Wreck Check Car Scan Can Help. Click here to learn more about improper automotive repairs and the associated dangers.
Diminished Value is the economic loss in a vehicle due to an unexpected and sudden accident. Diminished Value to your vehicle can occur due to repair related diminished value, claim related diminished value, inherent diminished value, or any combination of the 3.
Auto Dealer Fraud Law refers to the many fraudulent, deceptive and unlawful practices used by automotive dealers during advertising, pricing, negotiation and sales and financing of a vehicle. These fraudulent practices can occur during almost any stage of the vehicle purchasing process.
If you feel that you have been a victim of dealer fraud or know somebody who has been, then click here to learn more and how Wreck Check Car Scan Centers can help.
Insurance Bad Faith
Insurance Bad Faith Law refers to a tort claim that an insured person may have against an insurance company for its bad acts. Insurance companies owe a duty of good faith and fair dealing to the persons they insure.
If you feel that you have been a victim of bad faith and unfair dealings from your insurance company, then click here to learn more about insurer fraud and and unfair or deceptive trade practices.
Insurance Companies do NOT want you to know the following:
- Insurance companies are required to pay diminished value.
- Your insurance premium cannot increase due to a diminished value payout.
- Your insurance company cannot cancel your policy for collecting diminished value.
- You can file a diminished value claim regardless of whether or not you were at fault in the accident.