Do you work with any insurance company?
Can you match my car’s paint exactly?
Why do estimates differ?
Since all body shops charge the same for labor and parts, the difference is in how thorough the estimate is. We try to avoid surprises, but once we take a car apart, there may be additional damage not anticipated in the original quote.
Do I need more than one estimate?
Is your estimate 100% accurate?
We have given you a visual estimate. This means we have assessed your car’s damage to the best of our ability based on what we can see—and based on what we suspect. Once we take your car apart, there may be additional damage. If there is, we’ll quote it and—with your permission—repair it.
What if someone else gives me a lower estimate?
Chances are, it’s not as thorough. We don’t try to hide any damage from you—no one likes surprises. Compare theirs to ours, and you’re likely to see more items on a Haddock estimate. That only means we’re being honest with you up front about the extent of the damage. Bring any estimate to Haddock and we’ll explain the difference.
What if I don’t know who’s paying for my repair?
Chances are, it’s not you. We have relationships with all the major insurance companies and will handle all the details. And if the responsible party wants to pay directly, it’s even more important that you get the most thorough estimate possible.
Who picks the parts?
You want the best quality repair, and so do we. However, insurance companies differ on their policies regarding original parts—no matter who is repairing your car. In the end, the choice is yours. We can discuss all your options with you in detail and offer guidance.
Can you repair any kind of car?
Do I have to get an estimate before authorizing work?
What will the accident do to my insurance rates?
How long will my repair take?
Haddock Collision turns repairs around 40% faster than the industry average. We will get to your car as quickly as possible, even transferring it to another location to expedite your repair if necessary. We can give you an actual delivery date when you bring your car in. If you have a special need, let us know so we can prioritize your car accordingly.