Wilmington NC Auto Dealer Wrecked Car Insurance Claim Service Announced

A Wilmington, NC based car dealer has announced a unique service helping customers to get the best deal for their insurance claims on wrecked cars. It is part of its principle ensuring that it puts customers first.

Wilmington, United States - September 13, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Bruce Cavenaugh’s Automart has announced that it can help its customers with a truly unique service, fighting in their corner when it comes to dealing with insurance companies for wrecked cars. People going through this process often don’t know what to do or how to get the best deal for them, but the father-son combo of Bruce and Matt Cavenaugh pride themselves on helping people to get their money back in fair insurance claims.

More information can be found at: https://brucecavenaugh.com.

Bruce has been in the business since 1974, and has owned his used car dealership in Wilmington,NC since 1990. This service is unique to his company, and they have helped dozens of customers to get their money back when they find themselves in the unfortunate situation of having a wrecked car.

Bruce’s customer advocacy program is in place and allows car owners to bring the insurance company’s offer to him. After this point he will work on their behalf to get them the fairest deal and get the most money back.

Matt Cavenaugh, who works as the Vice President and General Manager, said: “Dad noticed that many customers were having a difficult time dealing with insurance agencies, and decided it would be a great benefit to help them.”

He added: “He has helped customers save thousands of dollars with this program, and even helped one individual get $18,100 back from the insurance company where the original offer was $12,800.”

Most dealers don’t take the time to provide a service like this, but it is the latest venture showcasing the customer facing nature of Bruce Cavenaugh’s Automart, which is known for its high quality service.

Based in Wilmington, NC, Bruce Cavenaugh’s Automart has served the community for over 25 years, both buying, selling and servicing cars. It offers a wide range of vehicles on the company website, including popular makes like Ford, Toyota, Chevrolet and Lexus.

Full details of the services the company can provide and how it can help with insurance claims against wrecked cars can be found on the URL above, where interested parties can get in touch using the contact details provided.

Contact Info:
Name: Matt Cavenaugh
Email: mattcavenaugh@brucecavenaugh.com
Organization: Bruce Cavenaugh's Automart
Address: 6321 Market St., Wilmington, North Carolina 28405, United States
Phone: +1-910-399-3480

For more information, please visit https://www.brucecavenaugh.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 238933

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