Hank is a multi-generation Floridan whose grandparents moved to Florida nearly a hundred years ago. Due to his father’s career in the military, he has lived in many places across America and the world. In his adult life, he is a retired higher education administrator with a career spanning more than 30 years. He has worked extensively in community colleges, including being Chancellor and President of two different colleges. He also has a background in financial and strategic panning, real estate and investments.
Hank has held a Florida real estate license on and off for many years, but became fully active after he retired in 2017. He is also an active partner in a non-profit company, Provident Housing Solutions, building rental properties to support working families throughout Central Florida.
Hank and his wife live in Apopka. He is the father of three adult children who reside in Central and South Florida and is the proud grandfather of two grandchildren.
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Have you recently been in an auto accident? You may be surprised to learn about “automotive diminished value,” which is when cars lose value after being in a wreck. This could be attributed to anything from minor scratches to full structural damage. Either way, you may be entitled to compensation if the accident was the fault of someone else.
Some websites will offer a diminution in value calculator, but it is still a good idea to get your car appraised by your insurance company or a mechanic. They will be able to give you the most accurate assessment of damage. Compensation eligibility is based on many factors, such as the value of the car before the accident, quality of repairs, and extent of the damage.
If you decide to file a lawsuit against the responsible party after an accident, it is important to take certain precautionary measures because they can, and will, try to fight your claim. Here are some suggestions:
If you feel you have a credible claim for diminution in automobile value, it is highly advised that you retain a lawyer who can help you during the whole process. We recommend Brett M. Bressler Attorneys at Law, because they offer a free consultation and have over 27 years of experience handling these cases.