Diminished Value of Georgia is exhibiting at the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association’s annual Auto Torts Workshop

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Atlanta’s top car appraisal company will be a sponsor at the GTLA’s 2016 meeting in Florida

Tony Rached DVGA

Tony Rached owns and operates the largest car appraisal company in the Southeast.

Diminished Value of Georgia, the number one automobile appraisal company in the southeast, will sponsor and exhibit at the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association’s Auto Torts Workshop this summer. The event is happening at the Omni Amelia Island Plantation in Amelia Island, Florida on July 28 through 30.

Serving the entire southeast, Diminished Value of Georgia helps car accident victims recover financially by providing the necessary reports to file a diminished value insurance claim. When an insured accident victim files an auto claim, he or she should seek compensation from the insurance company for diminished value.

Diminished value is the measured loss in value that a vehicle incurs after an accident or other incident (such as fire or flood). DVGA submits its findings to insurance carriers who, by law, are required to present them as evidence in the claims. The best way to determine the diminished value of a vehicle is to hire a reputable independent appraiser to assess the damaged car.

In 2015, DVGA represented 4,873 accident victims, with the majority receiving compensation that was significantly higher than the amount initially proposed by the insurance company.

Attorneys hire DVGA to help their clients achieve improved 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.

Diminished Value of Georgia has proudly supported the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association for many years. Founded in 1956, the GTLA is dedicated to strengthening and upholding Georgia’s civil justice system and protecting the rights of Georgia citizens and consumers. The association, which is headquartered in Atlanta, works to make certain that all Georgia citizens, families, and small businesses are never deprived of their constitutional guarantee of access to justice.

The GTLA Auto Torts Workshop will take place Thursday, July 28, 2016 through Saturday, July 30, 2016, at the newly renovated Omni Amelia Island Plantation in Amelia Island, Florida. Attendees will enjoy informative sessions on a variety of topics and be revitalized by the many amenities at the resort. Scheduled events include a welcome reception on Thursday and a family cookout with fun entertainment on Friday. The event concludes on Saturday with a relaxing beach party complete with an open bar, beach volleyball, cornhole, and more family-friendly activities.

DVGA offers an interactive website that includes tools to help educate consumers, including a diminished value calculator that assists customers in determining how much money they may be entitled to for the loss in value of their car. The site also offers definitions and instructions on how to file a claim for diminished value of a vehicle. For more information, contact DVGA at (678) 404-0455.

Attorneys requiring auto appraisals and helpful property damage information can visit DVGA's dedicated attorney website, where appraisals are offered to GTLA members at a discounted rate.

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