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Diminished value

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gm92452

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Ok, another question. I know I have to talk a lawyer. However, when I was rear ended, I was on my way to a dealership to sell my vehicle. I knew I would probably have to put it in the paper cuz they don't give you much at dealerships, which I had planned on doing once I got home. I had already gotten one price at a dealership and was going to check with 2 more. So my question is, can a person really get diminished value that is really equal to the loss? The unibody (frame) was bent on both sides. The dealership I had already been to, said they wouldn't touch it. Too hard to sell. So I called another and they said they would have to look at it. I will be contacting a attorney but I've been told this is a hard thing to get. My vehicle is a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee. I'd had it for 10 months. Any suggestions???
 


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ghaggin

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I have already wrote this reply to other questions on diminished value. Do a search under my name ghaggin to find out more. I just settled my diminished value claim for $16,500. The appraiser will charge $300 or so for the report but if you have an expensive car it is more than worth it.
 

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