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Why You Shouldn't Send Collision Damage Photos to Your Insurance Company

A renowned accident law firm informs drivers how they can be shortchanged with the new collision damage quick claim apps provided by insurance companies.

Apr. 1, 2018 / PRZen / ROSLYN, N.Y. -- Insurance companies like Liberty Mutual, Allstate and esurance advertise they make it easy for you to get your car fixed after an accident by taking a photo with their insurance app. Just download the app to your smart phone and when you have a minor fender bender, take some pictures and use the app to send them to your insurance company.

Attorney Philip L. Franckel, Esq. explains why these new insurance apps are really designed to save money for insurance companies and how you can end up shortchanged without enough money to fix your car.

Insurance companies claim these apps are only for minor fender benders but Philip Franckel uses an Allstate video to show how using a collision damage claim photo app for even a minor fender bender can get you shortchanged when you get to the auto body shop.

Also explained is:
· What's in it for the insurance company;
· What can happen when you use a collision damage claim photo app;
· Why an auto damage claim photo app will not make the claims process easier and could even make it more difficult for you; and
· What you should do after a car accident.

The article can be seen at


FRANCKEL & PLEVY, LLP is a renowned New York law firm and well known for their phone number 1-800-HURT-911®. New York Personal Injury Attorneys Philip L. Franckel, Esq. and Robert T. Plevy, Esq. have, since 2002, protected and vindicated the rights of people HURT in accidents.

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Media Contact
Philip L. Franckel, Esq. or Robert T. Plevy, Esq.
(516) 621-9399

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