At Alliance we strive for excellence and all our Appraisers are licensed Texas Insurance Adjusters, full qualified to handle all you insurance claims needs. We offer a wide range of professional Certified Appraisal services for your automobile, recreational vehicle or heavy equipment. From Collision Damage Appraisals and Actual Cash Value(ACV) Appraisals to Classic Vehicle Appraisals, Alliance Collision Appraisal Company is your one stop shop for all your appraisal needs.
Auto Damage Appraisals Our expert Auto Damage Appraisers complete a large number of auto collision, comprehensive and liability claims for insurance carriers on a daily basis. We can complete damage estimates on more than just average vehicles. Everything from exotic vehicles and motorcycles to heavy equipment and classic cars we have you covered. Our average cycle time is always under 2.5 days once contact has been established with the vehicle owner guaranteed or we give you 10% off the appraisal cost. Let our expert staff show you what we can do!
Certified Pre-Purchase Inspection
Before you buy your next vehicle give us a call for a professional Certified Pre-Purchase Inspection. From the exterior body panels, paint, glass and wheels to the interior, mechanical and suspension components, our certified appraisers meticulously inspect every inch of the vehicle to ensure you are buying a quality automobile. Actual Cash Value Appraisal is included with this service.
Certified Actual Cash Value(ACV) Appraisal
Whether you are a Business Owner, Vehicle Dealer, need a bank loan, need insurance or are just curious our Certified Auto Appraisal service can help. We've helped many people get an honest, fair-market value for their vehicle and we can help you too.
Total Loss Actual Cash Value(ACV) Appraisal
Insurance carriers deal with a large number of claims everyday and in many cases the vehicle is deemed a "Total Loss". When this happens the insurance carrier has deemed it more economical to replace the vehicle rather than to repair it. Then the insurance carrier is supposed to give the vehicle owner enough money to get another vehicle similar to the one they previously had, however, many times the vehicle owner is underpaid due to the vehicle being undervalued. Sadly most people are unaware under Texas Insurance Law they are under no obligation to accept the insurance company's offer. This is where we come in. With our Certified Total Loss Actual Cash Value (ACV) report, we guarantee to provide you with an honest, accurate, fair-market value for you vehicle which you can then offer back to the insurance carrier for payment.
Classic Vehicle Appraisal Service
Whether you are interested in buying, selling or have restored a classic vehicle but need to verify how much it's worth, we can certainly help. With our expert Classic Car Appraisal Service you get a comprehensive, acurate vehicle valuation report unlike any other.
Recreational Vehicle Appraisal Service
From 5th Wheels to Coaches, we offer appraisals on a wide variety of all different recreational vehicles.
Heavy Equipment Appraisal Service
From personal heavy equipment to business fleets, we can handle any appraisal service to suit you or your company's needs.
Standard Presumptive Value (SPV) Appraisal
When registering a vehicle you are required to pay sales tax on what the vehicle is worth. Many times the DMV will attempt to charge the full amount possible even though the vehicle may not be worth the full retail value. This is where we come in, one of our Licensed Insurance Adjusters will come out and in about 10-15 minutes complete the appraisal on the vehicle for what it is actually worth so you are not required to pay any excess, unreasonable tax for the vehicle.
Umpire Valuation Service
Every so often an agreement between the vehicle owner's Independent Appraiser and the insurance company's Independent Appraiser cannot be reached for the value of a total loss vehicle. In this instance according to Texas Insurance Law the two parties must hire an independent, unbiased Umpire who represents, and is paid equally for by both the vehicle owner, and the insurance company. The Umpire is hired render an ultimate, binding value decision for the vehicle based on both independent research and the two completed reports from both the insurance company's appraiser and the vehicle owner's independent appraiser.