Insurance Claim Repair
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If you have been in a recent accident and are ready for your insurance claim repair, come visit JY Collision Center. Our team in Fall Creek, WI, is here to get you back on the road without a hitch. If you’re ready to schedule an appointment or have your questions answered, don’t hesitate to reach out to our team by calling (715) 530-3653 or contacting us online.
What is a Car Insurance Claim?
If you pay your premium for insurance, then your company should pay for the damages caused in an accident. Compensation is determined by several factors, including your deductible and the limit chosen for your policy. An insurance claim is there to ensure that you don’t suffer financial issues when an accident occurs. Your insurance claim also helps mitigate some of the risks and stress when a collision, theft, or environmental discrepancy occurs.
JY Collision Center’s Process
First, receive your free quote from the JY Collision Center team to figure out an accurate cost on the repair of your vehicle. File a claim with your insurance company and a specific amount will be set for your repair. Once the cost of the repair has been agreed upon, your vehicle will be taken care of to the best of the JY Collision Center’s ability.
You may be questioning how an insurance claim is handled and completed by the JY Collision Center team. We’ve covered some of the frequently asked questions below.
Our team will repair your collision damage as quickly and efficiently as possible. JY Collision Center is certified to handle all bodywork situations, so you can be sure that your model is in the right hands.
If you pay the premium that includes rental reimbursement, your insurance company will cover the cost of a replacement vehicle while yours is being repaired. If your vehicle is completely totaled, your insurance company may pay for one out of courtesy.
You are not required to provide multiple estimates for your vehicle. Insurance companies will work with the company of your choice.
You are not required to use the recommended collision center your insurer provides. By law, the body shop you choose is the one that your insurance company will work with.