What is loss of use?
After being involved in a car accident that was not your fault, and the vehicle is deemed undrivable or unsafe to be on the road, you are left without a vehicle to drive. This is an inconvenience to you brought on by someone else and you are entitled to compensation. This reimbursement owed to you by the at fault insurance company for every day you do not have a car to drive is called Loss of Use.
How much loss of use you are owed depends on a few factors about your vehicle, determination of liability, and mitigating damages. All these details are explained in the Claim Buster eBook. Click below to purchase your copy for only
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