What you should know about Doctor Auto Glass Installation Shop:
Q: I have a deductible and I am considering using my auto insurance to replace my auto windshield. What do I need to know?
A: If you have a deductible of $500 or less, chances are you are going to pay a lot less for your windshield replacement and in some cases nothing at all depending on how much your deductible is. Doctor Auto Glass works with all insurance companies. In addition, Doctor Auto Glass offers to pay up to half of your deductible. If going through your insurance is an option for you, please contact us and we will gladly assist you through the process.
Q: Will my insurance premium go up if I go through my insurance for my windshield replacement?
A: Theoretically, your insurance premium will go up only if the claim(s) are your fault. However, windshield replacements are usually due to some outside cause. You are the not the cause of the windshield replacement if say a rock hit your windshield and caused the crack. If you are unsure whether or not your insurance premium will go up, your insurance provider will gladly assist tell you.
Q: I would like to go through my auto insurance to replace my auto windshield, what do I do now?
(1) Call us to find out whether or not going through your auto insurance to replace your windshield is the better option for you. We will tell you how much you will save compare to if you were to pay the whole replacement without going using your insurance.
(2) If you have decided to use your insurance, call your insurance claims department to make the claim to replace your windshield. Once they give you a confirmation claims number or referral number, you are ready to go!
(3) Schedule an appointment with us and come on in!
Q: Did you know that your insurance company will likely waive your deductible and cover your windshield chip repair?
A: What most people do not know is that most insurance companies will waive your deductible for chip repair(s). Their intentions are clear because replacing your windshield will cost insurance companies a lot more money. Therefore, insurance companies are more than happy to cover your chip repair(s) even if you have a deductible because it will save them a lot more money in the long run.
Q: How do I find out whether or not my insurance will waive my deductible and pay for my chip repair?
A: You can simply find out whether or not your insurance company will waive your deductible and cover for your chip repair(s) by calling your insurance company claims department. Tell them you have a chip(s) on your windshield and you want to repair it. Your insurance company will gladly tell you whether or not your insurance policy will cover your chip repair(s) even if you have a deductible.
Q: I want to go through my insurance company for my chip repair(s), what do I do now?
Step 1: Simply call your insurance company claims department and make a claim for a windshield chip repair. The claim should be approved right away and you will receive a claims number or referral number.
Step 2: Schedule an appointment with us and come on in!