Property Damage Documents and Forms
North Carolina Property Damage Release – Sample
Download and review an editable sample North Carolina Property Damage Release. This sample release should assist you in understanding what terms would typically be involved in a Property Damage Release in North Carolina following a motor vehicle accident.
Motor Vehicle Final Repair Bill – Sample
Download and review our sample repair bill from an auto repair collision center in North Carolina. This sample document can assist you in understanding what you should expect to see on your property damage repair bill in North Carolina following a car accident.
Sample Power of Attorney
This Sample Power of Attorney is a typical document signed by a vehicle owner for the purposes of transferring authority to the insurance company to assist in the transfer of title, application for a duplicate title, or application for a new certificate of title.
Total Loss Market Valuation Report – Sample
This document is a sample of what a vehicle appraiser would produce after inspecting a vehicle following a motor vehicle accident for the purposes of determining the Actual Cash Value of a vehicle after a North Carolina car accident. This report would provide a valuation of the vehicle, provide and explain the methodology of determining the valuation, and explore other information related to the vehicle or its condition.
North Carolina Total Loss Statutes
Download and review the relevant North Carolina General Statutes related to Total Loss claims following a car accident. These statutes act and the guiding law that governs how a total loss claim should be handled.
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