Ft. Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) August 24, 2016
Coffey Trial Lawyer announces the launch of a new website, diminishedvalue.law. The site is devoted to diminished value cases, an area of the law that founder Sam Coffey considers “insurance companies’ biggest secret.” While most insurance companies will cover the costs of repairs when a vehicle is damaged in an accident, many insurers will not tell you that they are also responsible to pay for the car’s reduced value due to the accident, or that they are responsible for compensating you for the loss of use of the vehicle during the time it is being repaired, unless you ask, Coffey explains.
The goal of the new website is to educate the consumer on how they can recover all of the money that is owed to them after a car accident. Insurance carriers do not educate policy holders and accident victims about diminished value; they keep this knowledge to themselves, hoping that vehicle owners don’t know that they can recover the loss in market value when a vehicle is involved in a collision.
In addition to creating a public awareness campaign, Coffey hopes that the site will serve as an educational source for all clients and potential clients.
Through the site, users can gain a better understanding of diminished value, the recovery process, and the steps involved. Users can also download a free e-book which provides a detailed explanation of the diminished value process and time frame, as well as how to make a claim. The ebook also offers insight into how the firm uses experts to evaluate and determine the diminished value amount, giving clients the tools to gain a comprehensive understanding of the process before beginning their case.
Coffey also created the website to help business owners increase profits without increasing business costs by leveraging diminished value claims for their benefit. The website educates body shop, auto repair professionals, car dealerships, leasing companies, fleet owners and other businesses on how to expand their business and their bottom line through diminished value claims.
“These claims are potentially great additions to revenue,” Coffey says. “Over four years, body shops and dealerships stand to accrue hundreds of thousands to potentially millions of dollars in diminished value claim cases. The best part for businesses is that if they have been in business for at least four years already, then they have four years of potential revenue from their own past customers to contact and generate this revenue now.”
This new website is ideal for institutional clients who are looking for ease and simplicity in handling their diminished value case. Businesses that request a meeting with Coffey Trial Law to learn about diminished value claims will also gain access to the firm’s white paper. This document explains the secrets to success in generating profits for automobile businesses, car dealerships and leasing companies so that clients can leverage the value of diminished value cases to their best interest. As diminished value claims represent money that the insurance company is required to pay, there is no reason not to pursue a claim, Coffey explains.
About Sam Coffey: Sam Coffey is a trial lawyer with over 20 years of experience representing individuals and businesses. He focuses on serious injury cases, as well as consumer fraud and business disputes. A member of the American Board of Trial Advocates, Coffey prides himself on professionalism and pro bono work. He has been recognized by his peers as a Super Lawyer, and annually presents a personal injury boot camp for practitioners who want to learn more about the basics of personal injury claims.