On October 24, 2012 a truck insured by AIG rear-ended my vehicle. The State Police report ascribed 100% of the fault to the truck driver. I estimated the diminished value of my vehicle at $2,950, This estimate represents the pre-collision trade-in value at $4,450, based on averaging the values at three Web sites — kbb.com, edmunds.com, and nadaguides.com. From the pre-collision estimate, I subtracted the post-collision estimate of $1,500, which is the trade-in amount offered by Carmax. In response, AIG offered about $289 — less than 10% of the actual loss. .
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