On a typical day, about 80,000 American drivers have accidents serious enough to warrant calling their insurers.
After the initial shock comes a predictable sequence of worries: Was anyone hurt? Am I at fault? The driver’s first call is often to the insurance company, which leads to the next questions: How long will it take to get an estimate, get my car into the shop and then get it back on the road?
The time it takes to settle auto insurance claims is being shortened, and the accuracy of initial estimates is improving, because U.S. insurers now use artificial intelligence to generate repair estimates.
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