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Issue 29

In this issue

Diminished Value of Your Vehicle—What it is And How to Make a Claim for a Cash Insurance Settlement

Frequently asked questions on diminished value
A comprehensive guide through the collision repair process
• How to protect your investment through intelligent use of professional services

Settle-It-Yourself Newsletter

Hello!! Welcome to the October edition of Settlement Central’s Newsletter. We are pleased to share this newsletter with you, as our business is helping people get satisfactory settlements for their personal injury claims.

Settle It Yourself Newsletter is going to take a three-month tour of the collision repair part of motor vehicle accidents. We know that many of you are well past that stage and you are looking for information on moving your personal injury claims along, but we have had a number of inquiries on these topics, and our own Doctor Settlement, J.D. (Juris Doctor) has also been getting a lot of collision repair and diminished value questions over at, where he serves as a personal injury expert.

As always, we will post our articles on our website as they are sent out in the Settle-It-Yourself Newsletter. Our readers will have a rich resource available to them, our hands-on battles with the insurance companies translate into useful and accurate information for our readers.


Diminished Value of Your Vehicle—What it is And How to Make a Claim for a Cash Insurance Settlement

Each year the price of new vehicles increases, and even with a four year old vehicle wrecked in an accident, we are talking about a LARGE ASSET value at stake in the collision repair process. There is a lot one can do to safeguard the value of your damaged car, and there is a lot one can do to fight for a cash award when that large asset suffers a big reduction in value in an auto accident. Thus, we felt that this is a service we need to provide as soon as practicable.

In th enext three issues, we will be featuring information dealing with: 1) diminished value—what it is and how to make a claim; 2) a comprehensive guide through the sometimes complicated and mysterious collision repair process; 3) how to protect your investment through intelligent use of professional services.

Please click on the following links for more information on diminished value of your vehicle.

DIMINISHED VALUE—What it is And How to Make a Claim For a Cash Insurance Settlement

FAQ: Diminished Value Insurance Claims Explained in Answers by Doctor Settlement, J.D.—Auto Accident Insurance Claim Expert

Thank you for your interest in our site; we hope you will find us to be an excellent source for your own personal injury needs!!

Doctor Settlement
Publisher, Settle-It-Yourself Newsletter

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