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We get it. There are so many things you have to worry about after a wreck.  Will your car be fixed? Can you get a rental? What if your car is totaled? Can you get fired because you missed time from work? Who is going to pay for all the medical bills? etc.


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Document, document, document...

Keeping track of all out of pocket expenses related to your accident. In many cases people do not get made whole after an accident because they fail to keep track of expenses as they are incurred. You may have a good memory, but a year or two down the road you are not going remember all of your accident related expenses. If you pay for it, get a receipt. if you are not good at keeping records take a picture of the receipt and save it on your smart phone. Some of the items you should be tracking are: 1: Your wage loss 2: Your out of pocket expenses (e.g. heating pads, parking expense, medical supplies etc.) 3. Your deductibles and copays 4. Your mileage 5. Your medical expenses 6. The

Cover the Gap

Generally, when you buy a car the last thing you want to think about is, "What happens if my new car is declared a total loss?" To most people insurance is something that rates right up there with a root canal. Unfortunately, what many people fail to consider is that sometimes your car may not have enough equity it in to pay off your car loan. You see, the person that totals your car is not obligated to pay off your car loan; they are required to pay for the value of your car. That $50,000 car you bought last year may only be worth $35,000. If you owe the bank, $40,000, someone has to pay the difference to the bank. That someone that has to make up the difference is you. If you are leasing t

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