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Total Loss Field Appraisals

Total Loss in-person inspections are only offered in Georgia, North Carolina and parts of South Carolina.

The cost of this field appraisal is $275. Please call us at 1-877-667-2326 to schedule an inspection.

If you order a desk appraisal and require an inspection at a later date, you can pay us the difference at the time of inspection.

Why do you need a total loss field inspection?

  1. The insurance company asked for one
  2. You are disputing the condition stated in the carrier’r report
  3. You have a high end or a custom vehicle
  4. The Vehicle is not as described
  5. You are going to trial

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