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Diminished Value and Loss of Use Attorney in Florida

We fight for our clients to recover the diminished value caused by the at-fault driver or from their insurance company.

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About Lost Value Law

Zealous Automobile Recovery Attorney

Lost Value Law, P.A. is a boutique law firm that primarily focuses on diminished value and loss of use claims. In diminished value claims, we help vehicle owners establish and recover the loss in value of their vehicles. In loss of use claims, our firm seeks compensation for vehicle owners who are deprived of their vehicles during repairs.
Attorney James M. Rosenberg has helped many clients receive compensation for their diminished value and loss of use claims. James is dedicated to providing excellent service for his clients. James is a fearless advocate that always puts the needs of his clients before anything else.

James Rosenberg

Managing Partner

Practice Areas

What Service We Provide

Dealing with insurance companies can be time-consuming and frustrating

Diminished Value

When your automobile is damaged in an accident it loses value, insurance companies do not inform you when you go to get the vehicle fixed that they may be responsible to pay you for the loss of value to your vehicle.

Insurance Bad Faith

Insurance Bad Faith is a legal term of art unique to the law of the United States that describes a tort claim that an insured person may have against an insurance company for its bad acts.

Motor Vehicle Accident

A Motor Vehicle Accident occurs when a vehicle collides with another car, motorcycle, or pedestrian, ... Many times, an auto accident may not result in injuries but when traffic collisions result...

We Take the Value of Your Vehicle Seriously


Popular Question

No, Florida law only allows for recovery of diminished value if you are not at fault.
The amount of diminished value depends on the pre-accident value of your vehicle, based on the year, make, model and mileage of the car, amount of damage incurred, for example, whether there was frame damage, and how well the car could be repaired. Of course, if the insurance company is doing the valuation, the valuation will likely vary greatly from that of an independent appraiser.