We specialize in repairing auto accident and collision damage.
You have found an honest, reliable, and competent Exton area auto body repair service center in Eagle Collision. With numerous experts ranging from body work and mechanics to auto paint engineers, Eagle Collision can restore any car. If you’ve had an accident, you may want to determine the extent of the damage before you decide to put a claim against your auto insurance. You have several different ways to receive an estimate. You can text us pictures of the damage or set up an on-site visit, at your place or at ours.
Avoid auto insurance claim misconceptions
Get the Facts!
If you’ve had an accident, major or minor, navigating the insurance claim process can be stressful enough. Don’t fall prey to bad information and misconceptions.
It's your car. It's your choice.
Your insurance company may try to STEER you towards a particular repair shop, but you are under no obligation. Your insurance company may say something like “They’re on our preferred provider list.” But the reality is your insurance policy covers your repairs no matter where you go.
You won't pay any more!
Insurers might leave you with the impression that you’ll have to pay more if you go to the shop of your choice. That’s simply not true. The insurer has to pay to have all accident related repairs completed. Other than any applicable deductible, that’s all you will pay.
We warranty the repairs!
The auto shop you choose should stand behind their work. We warranty all our repairs. Your insurance company may make it sound like THEY will warranty the work if you use their preferred provider, but how can they? They don’t actually repair anything, so they can’t possible warranty the repairs.
As your body shop, we represent YOU!
When you hire us for your insurance claim repairs, we work for you. It’s not our job to make nice with the insurance company or their appraiser. We are automobile professionals. If we need to set them straight about what work needs to be done to restore your car properly, we will.
Why does the insurer like "preferred" providers?
A “preferred” auto shop has signed an agreement to give the insurance company a discount on the repairs, which they make up for by possibly by cutting corners, using inferior parts or not doing all necessary work to repair your vehicle properly. YOU are the customer, although the insurer is “paying the bill”. That is YOUR money!
It takes the same amount of time.
Despite what objections you may hear about additional delays, it takes the same amount of time to repair your car at a shop that’s outside of the “preferred” list. Any delay for the inspection or delay for sending payment is their issue.