Are Diminished Value claims valid in an Arizona auto accident?

Answer Diminished Value is, simply, the resulting loss in car value from car accident damages and repairs. Arizona law allows for Diminished Value claims, provided they are filed within two years. However... Read More »

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How to Settle Auto Accident Claims Without a Lawyer?

If you have been involved in a car accident where the damage to both your vehicle and yourself were minor, then you might be able to reach a settlement agreement without hiring an attorney. In situ... Read More »

Is it realistic to take someone to small claims court for damages in an auto accident?

%DETAILS% Answer If there is insurance coverage on the at fault vehicle, there should be no reason to file small claims. If the at-fault party does not have insurance, then small claims is an option.

How to Prove Diminished Value?

Property typically appreciates in value, but in an economic downturn the value of a house might decrease. This can also occur due to property condition or due to a neighborhood issue (for example, ... Read More »

How to Collect Diminished Value?

You just bought a brand new car and as you're driving it off the lot, someone rear-ends you and causes significant damage to your vehicle. How do you collect the diminished value that you've incurred.