1188 E Camelback Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85014

Office & Estimates:
(602) 532-4710

Seeking a Phoenix Body Shop

After an auto accident, you need to have your vehicle repaired as soon as possible. Depending on your insurance provider, you may be required to go see a specific Phoenix body shop. Most insurance companies work directly with individual service providers, as this makes it easier for the exchange of payments for repairs, on top of sending out an insurance specialist to inspect the vehicle and determine the extent of the damage. The right body shop can work with your insurance provider and have your vehicle back and looking as good as new. 

The Process

After an accident, it is up to you to contact both the police and then your insurance company. The police come to the location of the accident and determine who is at fault. During this time, it is a good idea for you to exchange information from the other driver. Also, document the accident to the best of your ability with your camera phone, just in case the other driver or insurance company attempts to get out of paying for your damaged vehicle. Your insurance provider will tell you which body shop to take your vehicle to. If your vehicle is cannot be drive, a tow truck will be sent to tow it to the direct repair facility. 

Inside the Body Shop

The body shop technicians and the insurance representative will go through the vehicle in order to determine what it might cost to have your vehicle repaired. It often depends on what sort of vehicle you drive and the nature of the damage. There are times where the insurance company might want the direct repair facility to use used parts when the shop wants to use new parts. All of this is discussed in order to find a way to repair your vehicle and return it to the best shape possible.

Once all of this is determined, the direct repair facility is able to fix the problem and start on the repair. The only way this doesn't happen is if the insurance company "totals" your vehicle. This means the value of your vehicle is less than what it would cost to repair it. Should this ever happen, the insurance company simply gives you the value of the vehicle in cash.

While the body shop works on your vehicle, you are generally given a rental for the duration of the repair. It doesn't matter if you just need a side panel installed or if the entire engine needs to be dropped and replaced. The direct repair facility is able to work with you on any kind of vehicle to guarantee your maximum satisfaction with the repair job.