Auto Claims Snapshot

CCC Auto Claims Snapshot – July 2020

Michelle Hellyar / Auto Claims Snapshot, Auto Insurance, Collision Repair /

CCC Auto Claims Snapshot - July 2020 National U.S. July 2020 repairable appraisal counts continue to recover, albeit slowly. After a decline of -45 percent in April 2020, repairable appraisal counts were down only -20.5 percent in July 2020. With new cases of the COVID-19 virus surging in areas of the country, and numerous areas stalling re-opening, it’s perhaps not surprising that […]

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CCC Auto Claims Snapshot – June 2020

Michelle Hellyar / Auto Claims Snapshot, CCC Trends, Data, Telematics /

Map showing repairable claims volume by state for June 2020. Industry-wide repairable appraisal counts saw further recovery in June 2020 versus June 2019, with counts down across all loss categories only -25.7 percent versus -34.5 percent in May 2020. Overall, Q2 2020 repairable appraisal counts were down -35.0 percent, with every state registering a decline from Q2 2019, despite several states such as South Dakota […]

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CCC Auto Claims Snapshot – May 2020

Michelle Hellyar / Auto Claims Snapshot, Auto Insurance, CCC Trends, COVID-19 /

Map of May Auto Claims in the US Miles driven and daily traffic volume fell sharply in mid-March, as states began to issue shelter-at-home directives. At its lowest point, nationwide passenger vehicle travel was down nearly 50 percent. Not surprisingly, CCC saw a significant drop in auto claims activity. While volume in January and February 2020 was essentially flat to the same period […]

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