A Basic Overview of Vehicle Repair After a Collision in California

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After a collision involving your automobile, truck or motorcycle, an insurance company has an obligation to either... repair your vehicle or determine that your vehicle is a total loss and pay the reasonable value of your vehicle. Not surprisingly, the insurance company has the right to select the least expensive option. Example For example, let’s say another driver runs a red light, … [Read more...]

Has Your Vehicle Been Damaged in a Collision? Do You Know the California Auto Body Repair Consumer Bill of Rights?

Podcast- California Auto Body Repair Consumer Bill of Rights

You've just been in an accident and your vehicle is damaged. You need to get it repaired and you need a rental car. What are your rights? In this podcast, Mitch explains 6 important things you need to know to protect your rights under California property damage law. We also share info and contact information about the California Department of Consumer Affairs  (Bureau of Automotive Repair) and … [Read more...]

California Auto Body Repair Consumer Bill of Rights (Amended January 1, 2010)

Getting your Car Repaired

Every week we get several calls from consumers who have questions about getting their automobile property damage repaired after an accident. Most are not aware of their legal rights. Here is the California Auto Body Repair Consumer Bill of Rights that should help answer most of your questions. Phone numbers and links are also provided. If you still have questions, feel free to call. A … [Read more...]

Auto Body Repair Consumer Bill of Rights

Auto repair in auto accident cases

You've just been in a collision and your vehicle is damaged.  You need to get it repaired but are not sure what your rights are. As a consumer in the State of California, you have specific rights that auto body shops and insurance companies may not take away from you.  Here's information that we hope will help answer your auto repair questions. In the State of California, a consumer is … [Read more...]