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Been in an accident? Let the Bob Weaver Body Shop help you! If you’re wondering what to do next, take a look at our FAQs after a collision. But if you’re ready to let our Collision Center bring your car, truck, or SUV back to its glory days, we’re happy to help! You can find us at 2081 West End Avenue in Pottsville, PA.
Call Our Service Department Today at: 866-925-2236
We are equipped with the latest technology, including: Industry-standard Frame Equipment, Computerized Measuring Unibody Equipment, Two Heated Downdraft Spray Booths, and a Computerized Paint Mixing System.
After you’ve been in an accident, there are several questions you may have about what to do next. Check out our list of Top Ten Questions After a Collision below.
On average, people are involved in a collision once in 12 years. We deal with these circumstances every day of the week. We pledge to serve as your consultant, advising you of your options, every step of the way. Our goal is to return your vehicle to you, in a timely manner, with no evidence of repair.
A: Pennsylvania State law requires only one estimate.
A: No. You have the legal right to have the repairs completed at the facility of your choice.
A: Because of the subjective nature of autobody repairs, negotiations with the insurance carriers are common. We agree to accept the final insurance company payment, with no cost to you other than any applicable deductibles.
A: Again, because of the nature of collision repairs, it’s not uncommon to find more damage once repairs are started. Insurance companies understand this, and pay all accident related damage, regardless of when discovered.
A: No, only the policyholder can open a claim on their insured vehicle.
A: All towing and storage bills, even those incurred to transport your vehicle from a storage facility to our shop, are added to the estimate and paid for by the insurance company.
A: That depends, some insurance companies write all their own estimates (i.e. Allstate, Travelers), and other companies may ask the vehicle owner or the repair shop to send/fax a copy of an estimate to them.
A: The deductible is the portion of the repair bill that is the responsibility of the vehicle owner, according to your insurance policy. It is paid to the repair shop after repairs are complete.
A: If you have rental coverage on your policy, and your car is not drivable, you are entitled to a rental vehicle immediately. If you car is still drivable, you may use a rental vehicle while your vehicle is in the shop being repaired. If some other party is liable for the damage to your vehicle, their insurance company will pay the rental fees.
A: We guarantee our workmanship for as long as you own your vehicle. No local shop offers that kind of warranty.