Dear I-Can Visitor:

It comes with great sadness to announce that our founder, J.D. Howard, passed Saturday, February 25th, 2023. 
Unfortunately, all diminished value report services will be discontinued until further notice. 
We appreciate your interest and sincerely thank you for all of your support over the years.

John Dennis Howard
June 6, 1945 ~ February 25, 2023

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Diminished Value Claim Laws

State – by – State

Review the Diminished Value Laws in YOUR State ... as you Consider Pursuing Your After-Accident Diminished Value Recovery ! 

Diminished Value Claims are governed by State Statutes and/or Case Law precedents in effect in each State’s jurisdiction … Jurisdiction is defined by Location where the accident (damage) occurred … State Departments of Insurance may also impact your Right of Recovery … IF … the at-fault party happens to be uninsured (or under-insured) and your own auto policy provides “Uninsured Motorist Property Damage(UMPD) coverage …

J. D. Howard's introduction to the legal theory of Diminished Value [1968] is explained in the Expanded Narrative of Ohio ... His conversion to Consumer Advocacy [1987] is recounted in the Expanded Narrative of Arizona ... His "Objective Overview" of every other state has been developed over decades of Consumer Advocacy involvement ...

Our State-by-State Diminished Value Claim LAWS narratives are based upon research provided by the law firm of Matthiesen, Wickert & Lehrer plus published State Judicial Authorities and augmented by our network of Consumer Attorneys and Diminished Value Professionals around the country ... 

Select your State of interest …

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