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Motor Vehicle Property Damage Estimation and Claims Process
Published by Kentucky Justice Association

Bryan Meader will bring his experience as a former property damage estimator for one of the larger insurance companies to explain how these claims work from start to finish. Subjects covered will include how property damage is estimated, things to avoid in property damage claims, what parts insurance companies use and why, total losses, diminishment of value, how estimators are evaluated by their companies, and the recent trends in how insurance companies handle these claims.

Bryan Meader
Bryan Meader obtained his BA from George Mason University in 2013, and his JD from University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law in 2018. Before becoming an attorney, he worked as an intern, customer service representative, and property damage estimator for Progressive insurance at the Virginia Beach and Springfield service centers in Virginia. As a property damage estimator, Bryan calculated the value of damage to insured and claimant vehicles with Mitchell estimating software, worked closely...More
Originally Published
August 21, 2019

Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
  1. Motor Vehicle Property Damage Estimation and Claims Process
  2. Motor Vehicle Property Damage Estimation and Claims Process - Paper

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