Wrecked Car Damaged Vehicle Blog

Options After Your Car is "Not" Considered a Total Loss

Joseph Coupal - Friday, November 02, 2012

Nearly 70,000 drivers are involved in motor vehicle accidents on U.S. roads every day--that is almost 1 accident every second--24/7.

25 million accidents annually sounds like a lot, but if you consider there are 240 million vehicles on U.S. Roads, only 10% of them colliding seems more plausible.  Listen to talk radio during morning drive and you'll know what we mean!  The number of unreported accidents is already staggering (5 million) and will most likely increase as people struggle to make ends meet in the worst economy since the Great Depression.  Today, there are more uninsured motorists than ever before!  It is estimated that in the state of Georgia, 30% of the drivers have NO insurance coverage whatsoever.  Naturally, any expenses for unreported repairs are "out of pocket", leaving the driver in a very tough position financially.
 
Of the 20 million reported accidents, 5 million are not reimbursed for damage to their vehicle because they are uninsured, under-insured and possibly "at fault".  That brings the number of "out of pocket" accidents to 10 million.
 
Consumers have been faced with only two options after an accident; repair the vehicle or if you are lucky it's a "total loss" and you will get a check (hopefully).
 
You just got the BAD NEWS that your insurance carrier cannot or will not total your vehicle. If you are like most people, you don’t want to wait for your vehicle to be repaired and then wonder if it was fixed right.
 
And you most certainly can’t get top dollar for a damaged vehicle - until today! DamageMAX offers you maximum value for your damaged vehicle. We buy any damaged vehicle, anywhere in the USA! Don't hand that insurance repair check to a body shop - keep it and DamageMAX will buy your damaged car!  Thought that wreck was a loser - with DamageMAX you are the winner!


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