As you are aware, I sustained just under $10,000.00 worth of damages. You and you staff did an exemplary job on restoring it to the same original manufacturer specifications such that it is virtually impossible to tell that the accident even occurred.
Thank you for the excellent work you have done on my Subaru. This is the third time I have used your shop and could not be more pleased with the workmanship.
We would like to thank you for the great job you did returning our Jeep back to perfect condition, it looks brand new again.
Your collision repair work was way above our expectations. I would like to personally commend your staff on another outstanding repair.
Thank you so much for the wonderful work you did on my car last week. I have never had such a positive experience and you can be sure I will recommend you to everyone I know.
Thanks for doing a great job and going out of your way for me. We need more business people like you guys – honest and efficient.
What to do if you get into an accident
Accidents can happen to anyone – and they always seem to bring more worries than we bargain for. If you are ever involved in a collision, here are some tips to help reduce some of the hassle:
- After a collision, stop at once and report it to the nearest police station, even if the damage is minimal and no one seems injured. This could protect you from a hit and run charge later.
- If Injuries have occured, call an ambulance immediately. If you suspect you may have been injured, see a physician promptly. For insurance purposes, you’ll need to prove that you sought medical attention right away.
- Don’t allow your car to be towed to a repair facility you’re not familiar with. Read any papers carefully before you sign them – make certain that you are not authorizing repairs just by signing the tow release.
- Write down a complete description of the accident as soon as you can. And if possible, take pictures. Recording important information while your memory is fresh can be valuable for both insurance and legal purposes.