Headline: A new book out by Provo Utah accident attorney Ron Kramer titled The Utah Accident Book covers a problem that seems to come up every time a car is totaled in a Utah car accident.
If your car was totaled in a car accident that wasn’t your fault, you will probably have to deal with the other person’s insurance company. Most report that the offer they get for their car is less than the amount they need to go out and replace their car. In short, many report getting “low-balled” by the insurance company. Out of frustration, they go ahead and just accept the offer and eat the difference. Insurance companies save themselves millions by using this across-the-board method of paying less than fair value on these wrecked car claims.
In the Utah Accident Book, I cover how to reverse this trend. In other words, I share with you exactly how to get the amount of money that your car is worth. I go over Utah law which specifies how the adjusters are supposed to value your wrecked car and what you can do if they are undervaluing it. Everything is tied to Utah administrative law that has been written to guide how insurance companies are supposed to value vehicles. Insurance companies that do business in Utah are required to follow these rules.
To get a copy of the Utah Accident Book with no obligation, call my office right now at (801) 553-8840, or click: Utah Accident Book.
Ron Kramer is a Provo personal injury attorney and author of the original Utah Accident Book and has offices in Provo, Draper and Bountiful, Utah. Call the Kramer Law Group today at 801-666-3959 for a free consultation if you are in need of a Utah car accident attorney.