Car Accident LawyersTotal Loss Car Accident LawyersLegal advice for a total loss car accident class action lawsuit

October 12, 2020by Shamis & Gentile P.A.
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Have you found a legal firm qualified in State Law to ensure that you receive the fair market price for your vehicle’s salvage value? At Shamis and Gentile, P.A., we are dedicated to representing our clients, giving you the legal right to a fair claim.

Does Shamis and Gentile, P.A.  provide auto insurance total loss class action lawsuits legal advice for a damaged vehicle claims process?

Yes, we do. Should you experience an unfortunate total loss car accident, your insurance company is required to reimburse you for sales tax and other fees. If your insurance company has failed to do so in the last five years, you have the legal right to join a total loss car accident class action lawsuit investigation. Insurers such as Esurance, Erie Insurance, Auto-Owners, Westfield Insurance, Farmers, and Cincinnati Insurance Cos, may only cover the cash value of the car, excluding title fees and sales tax.

What is auto insurance total loss payout?

Calculating the total loss value of your vehicle is not a simple formula and these calculations may vary by state law and insurance provider. To be covered for total loss you will need to have comprehensive or collision insurance in your policy.

Car insurance companies are liable for reimbursing the actual cash value or market value of your total loss vehicle. Certain states mandate that insurers are also responsible to cover any additional costs associated with your new or leased vehicle such as covering the expenses of sales tax, title and vehicle registration.

Does the auto accident class-action lawsuit also cover a total loss of leased vehicles, financed cars, and property damage?

Depending on the coverage of your policy, the lawsuit covers a total loss for a leased or financed vehicle. The coverage of a rental vehicle is limited to a maximum of 30 days to resolve a total loss claim.

Don’t become a victim of unfair car claim payouts – total them! Join today for top class legal action advice. Find us in Ohio, Miami (Florida), New York, and Dallas.

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