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Don't Let Your Client Get Ripped Off: Navigating the property damage claim

What You Will Learn

  • Review of an Estimates and Total Loss report
  • Learn how to avoid common pitfalls in resolving a property damage claim

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What You Will Learn

  • Review of an Estimates and Total Loss report
  • Learn how to avoid common pitfalls in resolving a property damage claim
Date Published

February 4, 2021

Publisher

Kentucky Justice Association

Subjects

Property Damage Claims

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Summary

You may be a master of personal injury, but are you prepared to help your client with the property damage claim? A former insurance property damage estimator will show you how to prevent your client from getting ripped off!

Bryan Meader will help you understand Estimates and Total Loss reports and teach you how to avoid common pitfalls in resolving a property damage claim. His presentation will cover what you need to know about auto estimates, parts usage, repair v replace decisions, repair techniques, total loss reports, and how to help your client navigate the property damage claim.

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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

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Don't Let Your Client Get Ripped Off: Navigating the property damage claim
Don't Let Your Client Get Ripped Off: Navigating the property damage claim - Outline
Don't Let Your Client Get Ripped Off: Navigating the property damage claim - Materials
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How to Attend

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