You will need to do this as soon as possible after the loss in order to prevent needless delays. If you are given a claim order at this time, please write it down as it will be needed if we contact the insurance company on your behalf. You should also write down the name and phone number of the person you spoke with.
Wisconsin state law allows you to decide where you want your vehicle repaired. If any insurance company attempts to coerce or intimidate you into going to the shop that they want, remember that its YOUR vehicle and the final decision is YOURS.
If repairs are being paid for by a company that Badger State Collision does not have a specific agreement with, the insurance company will usually assign their own appraiser to write an estimate. They may do this at your home, work or possibly a drive in claims center. Should this estimate be incomplete, a Badger State Collision Customer Service Representative will contact the insurance company during repairs so that an appraiser may re-inspect the damage. During this re-inspection, the additional damage will be pointed out to the appraiser so that the additional costs may be approved.
Knowledgeable estimates and experienced technicians give you confidence that you are getting the best quality repairs! With strict part inspection guidelines, we insure you only the best quality parts go on your vehicle regardless if they are OEM , LKQ or aftermarket.
When you walk into Badger State Collision you are greeted by warm, friendly people and are treated with the respect you deserve. Prompt friendly and professional service is what you will receive throughout the entire repair process. We are happy you chose us, now let us return the favor!
We are so confident in our care and service that we will back it up with a limited lifetime warranty on our workmanship. This means that as long as you own the vehicle, if anything related to the repair isn't right we will make it right!