One of the major issues that people have, when they are involved in a Car Accident, comes when they look at the value of their vehicle as determined by an adjuster.
Most of the time, the value determined by the adjuster is much less than what the victim of the accident believes the vehicle is worth.
After all, the victim remembers how much they paid for the car, how much money they have spent on its upkeep and repairs, and what type of car they would be able to purchase if they except the adjuster's evaluation.
However, just because an adjuster values your car at a certain amount, it does not mean you are not entitled to more compensation.
In order to determine how much compensation you are actually entitled to, we recommend always consulting with an experienced Personal Injury Attorney.
Besides speaking to an attorney, we also recommend understanding the process that adjusters go through when they evaluate a vehicle and injury claim so that you can be sure you are getting a proper evaluation.
In this article, we will explain what an insurance adjuster is, and how they arrive at their evaluation.