Diminished Value of Georgia is a company that offers assistance to car accident victims by providing the required documents to file an insurance claim for loss in value.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) February 19, 2016
Diminished Value of Georgia, Atlanta's leading vehicle appraisal company, will be exhibiting at the Brice Law Firm-sponsored Understanding Colossus Personal Injury Seminar for doctors and lawyers on Saturday, February 20, 2016. The event will take place at the Renaissance Waverly Hotel and Convention Center in North Atlanta and will feature speakers James Mathis and Dr. Matt Degaetano.
Diminished Value of Georgia is a company that offers assistance to car accident victims by providing the required documents to file an insurance claim for loss in value. Diminished value is defined as the measured loss in value that a vehicle is subjected to after an accident or other incident (such as fire or flood). An insurance company is required by law to reimburse the insured party for the actual amount of loss in the value of the automobile as a result of damage. Hiring a reputable independent appraiser to assess the vehicle is the best way to determine the diminished value.
Diminished value differs from depreciation in that it is sudden and unexpected; depreciation is the expected loss in value of a vehicle over time. When an insured party files an auto claim, he or she should seek compensation from the insurance company for diminished value.
"Insurance companies know who the legitimate and unbiased appraisers are," notes Tony Rached, owner of DVGA. "This is one of the reasons our clients collect the highest settlement rate in the industry."
Frequently, attorneys hire DVGA to help their clients maximize their settlements on their personal property claims. Diminished value is a significant, real loss their clients accrue after a car accident. With so many insurance companies underpaying on loss-in-value claims, attorneys rely on Diminished Value of Georgia's accurate valuation reports to demand fair compensation for their clients.
The Understanding Colossus Seminar is an informative personal injury event held in Atlanta, Georgia. Insurance expert James Mathis, who hails from Reno, Nevada, will present the best ways to get insurance companies to pay bills in personal injury claims and the strategies that can be used to expedite the process. The seminar offers all physicians and attorneys ways to obtain success in dealing with the insurance industry. Special guest Dr. Matt Degaetano will also be speaking at the event.
Personal Injury Attorneys requiring vehicle appraisals and helpful property damage information can visit the Car Appraisals & Claims dedicated attorney website.
DVGA offers helpful information on its website, including a diminished value calculator that assists car accident victims in determining how much money they may be entitled to for the loss in value of their vehicles. Please visit the Diminished Value of Georgia website or call (678) 404-0455 for more information.