Areas of Practice
Property Damage Claims
A property damage claim is a request for compensation for property damage caused by a collision or other event. The most common property damage claim is when someone files a claim with an at-fault driver’s insurer after a car accident. But if a driver causes an accident or otherwise suffers vehicle damage, they would file a property damage claim with their own collision or comprehensive insurance.
Key Things to Know About Property Damage Claims
- Property damage can be covered by liability, collision, or comprehensive insurance, depending on what caused the damage.
- If you were involved in an accident, you’ll file a claim with your insurance company or the other driver’s, depending on who was at fault.
- Once you file a property damage claim, the insurance company will assign an adjuster to your case who will oversee the process and give you a final settlement offer.
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