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How To Recover For Property Damage After An Accident
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THE FINE PRINT: The information provided on this website is opinion and general legal information about the laws in North Carolina. It is not intended to provide legal advice and does not create an attorney-client relationship.

If you have been in a wreck and you’re not laid up in the hospital, one of the first things that you’ll want to do is get your vehicle fixed or replaced. It’s amazing how limited we are without transportation. You can’t drive to the doctor, the drug store, or the grocery store, and bumming rides gets old pretty fast for you and for your friends and family. If your vehicle is totaled, you’ll want to get a fair price for it. If your vehicle needs to be repaired, then you’ll want to get it repaired by someone you trust as quickly as possible - and have that paid for by insurance.

The videos in this section of the North Carolina Online Guide to Motor Vehicle Accidents will discuss how to determine whether your vehicle has been totaled, and how to negotiate a fair value for it if it has. If your vehicle can be repaired, this chapter will also provide tips and guidance on getting it repaired, getting a loaner while it’s in the shop, and getting paid for depreciation, the loss in value of your vehicle even after it is repaired.

Joe Adams is a personal injury attorney based in Asheville, North Carolina, who takes personal injury and wrongful death cases throughout the state of North Carolina. He has been fighting insurance companies and big corporations for more than 25 years.

Contact Joe Adams about your personal injury claim:

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