While the most prevalent option during an insurance claim is to have the insurer pay the body shop directly, you also have the option of receiving a paper check in the mail. By receiving a depositable check made out in your name it gives you a wider range of options.
When the insurance inspector comes out to look at your vehicle (or you take the vehicle in, depending on your carrier) they will assess and assign values to each part and piece needed for repair. This is then added up to give the final total value of the claim. These numbers are based on insurance standards and are to be accepted by the body shop of choice.
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We know that having an accident is at the very least inconvenient and can be traumatic and take time for physical injuries to heal. Here at Centennial Insurance services we stand behind you with the best possible coverage so that you do have options should an accident occur. Give us a call today to review your current policies and get the peace of mind you deserve with great coverage.
Visit us online by going to www.cisinsfl.com or call us by dialing 239-247-5125. We look forward to serving all of your insurance needs right here in Southwest Florida.
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