Washington Total Loss – Totaled Vehicle Appraisal Service

TOTAL LOSS CLAIM REVIEW
FREE
Want to make sure that your insurance company is offering you a fair price on your vehicle?
Order a Total Loss Claim Review and find out your vehicle’s true cash value.
 
 
 
 
TOTAL LOSS DESK APPRAISAL
$175 Flat Rate
The valuation report you need to submit to the carrier as proof of loss.
4 to 7 pages long and includes a list of comparable vehicles.
Includes a demand letter
USPAP compliant and industry standard
 
 
TOTAL LOSS FIELD APPRAISAL
$325 Flat Rate
The valuation report you need to submit to the carrier as proof of loss.
4 to 7 pages long and includes a list of comparable vehicles.
Includes a demand letter
USPAP compliant and industry standard
Vehicle inspection report
 
CLAIM SETTLEMENT
$125 Flat Rate*
Negotiate ACV with Insurance Company
Settle ACV with Insurance Company
Supporting Documents and Follow Up
Selecting and Negotiating with Umpire if Necessary
Negotiate and Settle Salvage Value if Necessary
 

Washington Total Loss Thresholdwashington-state-icon

Washington-Auto-Total-Loss-Threshold-By-Law 🔗 (pdf)

 

StateWashington
RuleTotal Loss Formula (TLF)
LawR.C.W.A. § 46.04.514

Washington Total Loss Threshold

RCW 46.04.514

Salvage vehicle.

“Salvage vehicle” means a vehicle whose certificate of title has been surrendered to the department under RCW 46.12.600 due to the vehicle’s destruction or declaration as a total loss or for which there is documentation indicating that the vehicle has been declared salvage or has been damaged to the extent that the owner, an insurer, or other person acting on behalf of the owner, has determined that the cost of parts and labor plus the salvage value has made it uneconomical to repair the vehicle. “Salvage vehicle” does not include a motor vehicle having a model year designation of a calendar year that is at least six years before the calendar year in which the vehicle was wrecked, destroyed, or damaged, unless, after June 13, 2002, and immediately before the vehicle was wrecked, destroyed, or damaged, the vehicle had a retail fair market value of at least the then market value threshold amount and has a model year designation of a calendar year not more than twenty years before the calendar year in which the vehicle was wrecked, destroyed, or damaged.