Pop! You know that terrible sound…you are riding down the highway and a rock kicks up and hits your windshield and you know instantly that you have a crack. As you cringe, you may simply assume that the repair for your windshield has to come from your own pocket. Not so fast!
In many cases, your insurance company will actually pay for your repair and often not even count the repairs against you if you decide to file a claim. Many insurance companies understand that windshield damage can be the result of a myriad of circumstances – many that are entirely out of your control. And, you have to remember that it is actually in your insurance company’s best interest to help you take care of the crack or other damage fast, so that the damage is contained and does not spread and worsen. They also benefit from paying less if the damage to your windshield is contained.
Team Acme can help you with the entire auto glass repair process
Team Acme is an auto repair shop conveniently located in the Las Vegas, NV area. We are one of the only AGRSS certified auto glass repair shops in the area, which means our crew is trained and certified to evaluate, repair and replace your windshield with your ultimate safety in mind. Our customer service team has worked with countless insurance companies over the last 10 years and are very happy to communicate with them on your behalf. We can professionally answer questions they might have about the type of crack, amount of damage and cost estimate for repairs. We are happy to complete insurance claim forms, verify coverage and gather information about policy limits and deductible information.
There are two important tips we mention to all of our customers when it comes to damaged windshield and insurance companies. These are examples you should be aware of when an insurance company will not cover auto glass damage:
1. If you only have liability insurance coverage on your vehicle and you are in need of an auto glass repair, your vehicle will not be covered. This is because liability insurance only covers another vehicle if you are in an accident. It does not cover your vehicle.
2. Your insurance company will review the circumstances surrounding your windshield damage to help determine if they will provide coverage. If, for example, your auto glass is damaged as a result of a car accident that was your fault, your premiums will likely increase as a result.
Contact Team Acme
If you live in the Las Vegas area and have recently encountered damage to your windshield, let us give you a quote. It’s fast and simple and our prices, quality and customer service are unmatched. Get a quote today! You will not find a more reputable business in the area that also keeps your safety in mind. We will also help you work with your insurance company to maximize any and all benefits you may have.