The Property Damage Demand Toolkit: How to Get the Insurance Company to Pay For Your Damaged Bike

As bike lawyers, we often get calls from cyclists who have been hit by a car and who, thankfully, were not physically injured, but have been left with a damaged or destroyed bicycle or other damaged property, like a cracked helmet or broken phone. Now they’re left wondering how to get the insurance company to do the right thing and compensate them for their damage. If a bicyclist has been injured, we handle all damaged property claims as a routine part of handling a case when we represent them. But for those cyclists who only need to get reimbursed for their bicycle or other property damage, we are always on hand to give free advice on the how to go through the process without a lawyer simply because it’s not something you need a lawyer to do. The whole property damage claim process is pretty simple, although it can be slow and frustrating at times. To make it easy for you to do on your own, we put together this instructional toolkit to help you create a professional “demand for payment” letter to the insurance company to help you get compensated for your property damage. This toolkit even includes a sample letter in a Word Document format that you can edit to tailor it for your own unique situation.

Get Your Property Damage Demand Toolkit Here:

The property damage claim toolkit includes a video to walk you through the editable demand letter Word Document as well.  You are able to come back to this page and watch the video again.

It includes:

Tips for:
Information to get at the scene
How to document damages
Talking to insurance companies
Writing a demand letter to the insurance company
An editable property damage claim demand letter document 
Ready for you to customize your demand for payment from the insurance company
A video to walk you through the demand letter
The video tutorial will help answer questions you might have about the common customization areas in the demand letter, like where to include the value of your bicycle repair or replacement cost.


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