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Total Loss Demand Letter

TOTAL LOSS DEMAND LETTER
 

[your  info including address]

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Total-Loss-Demand-Letter

 

[date]

 

[insurance co. info including name of adjuster handling claim and address]

 

Claim number: _________________

Loss date: ________________

 

Dear Adjuster,

With regards to the insurance claim referenced above, please accept this letter and the documentation attached as my total loss payout request.

In accordance with my rights to be brought back whole and as proof of my loss I submit the enclosed appraisal report completed by Tony Rached an independent, licensed and professional appraiser. His report indicates my vehicle’s market value to be $—–.

I hereby demand to be fully indemnified for this loss, and as such, please remit payment for $—- within 7 days of receipt of this notice as well as an additional $150 as reimbursement for my appraisal cost.

 

Respectfully,
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Sample Valuation Report – JD Power Mitchell

JDPOWER MITCHELL VEHICLE VALUATION REPORT From their website: Total Loss Vehicle Valuation Software Total loss valuation system that generates fair, market-driven values for loss vehicles Total Loss claims are among the most challenging claims to settle. Our Total Loss methodology is based on real-world values, providing the transparent market value drawn from sold and available […]

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Sample Vehicle Valuation Report – CCC

Below is a sample vehicle valuation report issued by CCC. This total loss analysis is usually not a true reflection of your vehicle’s actual cash value. To challenge the carrier’s report, you must provide one of your own. Order a claim review today and find out if the insurer’s offer is truly fair. SAMPLE-TOTAL-LOSS-CCC-REPORT  

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Charity Appraisals

Donating a vehicle that’s worth more than $5,000. Get a qualified IRS appraisal today.   By donating a vehicle to a charity, individuals can deduct the car’s fair market value from their taxable income. If the claimed deduction for a vehicle is more than $5,000, the donor must submit an IRS-qualified car appraisal issued by a […]

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