You got another low offer, even after you showed the verifiable higher value of your vehicle.
Sometimes the insurance carrier makes it very hard, but we’re not done yet.
Since the insurance carrier is refusing to give you the fair market diminished value for your vehicle, the other vehicle’s owner (or driver) is responsible to pay the extra money.
The next step is to send a letter to the other vehicle’s owner (or driver) to let them know their auto insurance carrier is exposing them to a lawsuit. Understandably, they will not be happy with their auto insurance carrier. If they call the insurance adjuster and complain, then the adjuster might make you a fair offer for your diminished value property damage claim. Finally!