Insurance Rectifications – Second Time Lucky

When your vehicle has been in an accident and the first repair job isn’t up to standard, you need a reliable company that deals with insurance rectifications.

Sometimes, and depending on their insurers, people don’t have full control over the repair process. Before they know it, their insurance company has arranged everything, and their car is towed away. When things happen that quickly and without the owner’s input, insurance rectifications may be necessary.

Whether the need for insurance rectifications is the result of lack of care or skill, or poor decision-making, it’s the last thing anyone wants to deal with after the stress of an accident.

Insurance Rectifications – Second Time Lucky

Melbourne MPP does its fair share of insurance rectifications.  We see a lot of customers who are not happy with the work completed by an insurer’s preferred repairer, or by other local panel beaters whose work just isn’t up to scratch. 

Of course, there is a process that all customers must go through before we can step in with expert insurance rectification works. 

With insurance repairs, you should expect a guarantee on any completed works and parts.  So, your first step is to approach the original repairer and give them the opportunity to correct any issues.  If this doesn’t work in your favour, it’s time to chat with your insurance company and let them advocate for you. 

At this point, if you are not happy with either response, it can be beneficial to get an independent report from a qualified motor mechanic and repairer.  This report could be an important step in getting your car repaired properly.

If you are at the stage where you need to find another panel repair company to complete the insurance rectification works, then it is time to contact Melbourne MPP. 

Our expert team is ready to give your vehicle the attention and care it deserves.  Let us handle your insurance rectifications, while you relax knowing that your pride and joy is in good hands.

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