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Some of the most common Myths about your Collision Estimate and the Insurance Claims Process.

To some people “A Car is A Car”, to others “It’s My Baby”, we understand both.

Making the decision as to who repairs your car falls in your lap, not the Insurance Companies.  

One of the most common myths is that “You must take your car to a shop on their list”.  The reason the Insurance Company keeps a list is because in return, they typically receive concessions, discounts for large volumes of referrals.

That in itself is a conflict of interest and that alone should be enough reason for anyone to avoid that list.

Of course there are exceptions to the rule of concessions, but typically only when there is not a contract involved, in other words, they aren't required to mention a shop, a company is recommending them because they honestly feel you will get quality work and an accurate price. The most common referral of this type is from a Car Dealer, car dealers understand if things go bad, it makes them look bad for making the recommendation, therefore no conflict of interest.

You as the car owner have the final say as to where your car is repaired and believe it or not, the final say on negotiating cost.  Your car is important, to make the decision based solely on a price, set by a 3rd party who has never seen your car is a mistake and not even based on NC Law.  NC Law says, it’s the decision of the car owner.

The second most common myth about your Insurance claim and Body Shop of choice:  “You must get 3 estimates so the insurance company can pay the smallest”.  Think about this one for a minute, the insurance company is asking you to take your valuable time, shop 3 body shops so they can save money, again, conflict.  You, the car owner has the final say as to the price.  The insurance company doesn't know your favorite shops overhead expenses, the type of materials they use, if they use OEM parts, their experience level, their workload etc.  How can the insurance company make this decision for you?.

So you see, the decision is yours, we understand this decision is important, after all, we’ve all heard the horror stories of what a body shop did to a friends car, we understand this decision is important, we also understand it is yours to make.

We work with Insurance Companies, we help our customers understand the claims process and we are your advocate to make sure your car get the attention it deserves and the quality it needs.

So yes; you pick the shop and you negotiate the price, not your insurance company…

Common Collision Estimate Myths