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Diminished Value Claim Laws

State – by – State

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 ... 

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