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Car Wreck Property Damage Claims: Estimates, Repairs, Diminished Value, and Total Loss Valuations

Published by Kentucky Justice Association
and MemberCentral
Learning Objectives
  • Learn how to read property damage estimates
  • Understand repair v replace decisions
  • Understand total loss evaluations
  • When and how to advocate for a diminution of value claim






Summary

Plaintiff lawyer Bryan Meader shares his experience as a former Property Damage Estimator to help you interpret property damage estimates, understand parts usage and repair decisions and options, understand total loss valuations, and know when and how to pursue diminished value claims.


Presenters
Bryan Meader
Attorney at Law - The Schafer Law Office

Bryan Meader worked in several positions at a large national car insurance company, where he eventually became an estimator... Read More


Program Agenda
5 Minutes - Introduction
60 Minutes - Presentation
10 Minutes - Live Q&A with the Speaker

How To Attend
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Credit
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