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Car Totalled, Ins not willing to pay market value

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What is the name of your state?CA I crashed my 99 Camaro recently. The insurance adjuster has decided to "total" the car out and pay what they consider is "fair market value". The number they came up with is a few thousand dollars different than a comparable car is selling for within 200-300 miles from my house based on what I have found actually for sale. How do I rebut their "fair market value" report and get what is fair?




Someone else around here can give you the correct way to go about it but,

basically you get prices from N.A.D.A, Kelly's and Edmunds, then ask them to match it.

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