Why you're leaving money behind.

Would you buy a used vehicle that’s been in an accident? Neither would we. A vehicle that’s been damaged and repaired is worth less than an identical vehicle that hasn’t. This lost value is called Accelerated Depreciation, and although it should be included in your settlement, it’s in ICBC’s best interest to keep this from you. Our firm gets you the full value you’re owed.

We put you in the same position as if your vehicle had never been damaged.

You shouldn’t have to wait until you sell your vehicle to demonstrate its lost value. The Fournier Auto Group intervenes with ICBC to establish your vehicle has a loss in value now to get you the amount of Accelerated Depreciation you are rightfully owed. ICBC will tell you that you have to wait to sell your vehicle to prove Accelerated Depreciation. You do not. And we can help.

Resources for lawyers and law firms.

The documents and information for preliminary and full depreciation reports and vehicle appraisals as well as accelerated depreciation precedent judgements can be found here. Find what you're looking for here.

“Highly recommend getting Rob Fournier to get you back the money you deserve on the financial loss you have suffered on the value of your vehicle. I had an extensive amount of damage done to my new car by a negligent driver. Although ICBC paid for allthe repairs I was still at a loss for the depreciated value of my vehicle. Rob provided mewith an Accelerated Depreciation Report which got me my lost value back from ICBC. I was able to keep it out of court which was a huge time saver and spared me the stress.Rob was also very helpful, insightful and professional. From my personal experience I would recommend Rob's services to anyone who is facing a similar circumstance.”

– Teha Lagah

“Rob at Fournier Auto Group was extremely helpful in assisting me with my accelerateddepreciation claim. He went over and above just simply preparing the report. It is obvious they are passionate above improving the the current ICBC system dealing with these types of claims”

– Mark A