If A Car Wreck Totals My New Car, Is The Insurance Company Required To Provide Another New Car?

This video discusses the question, “If A Car Wreck Totals My New Car, Am I Entitled To Another New Car?” 

If I have a new car and I’m in a collision, am I entitled to get another new car? And the answer in Texas, unfortunately, is no. Under the state of the law, the insurance company of the driver that hit you is only obligated to provide you with the value of the car, and in almost all cases that value of the car won’t be enough to buy a new car.

It will be enough to buy you a car that is two months or six months or however old your car is, but the insurance company is under no obligation to provide you with a new vehicle, for your troubles.

As always, these are based on Texas law.  If you’re injured in a Texas wreck, feel free to contact us by the box on the page or by phone at (512)476-4944.  If you’re not in Texas, feel free to contact us, and we’ll try to help you find an attorney in your state that can answer your questions.

Schuelke Law maintains offices in Austin, Texas. However, our attorneys and lawyers represent clients throughout the state of Texas, including Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Forth Worth, El Paso, New Braunfels, San Marcos, Kyle, Buda, Round Rock, Georgetown, Lockhart, Bastrop, Elgin, Manor, Brenham, Cedar Park, Burnet, Marble Falls, Temple and Killeen. By Brooks Schuelke

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