Holz Motors, Inc. Body Shop is an award-winning, full-service auto body repair shop in the Greater Milwaukee Area that offers fast, convenient, and affordable service.
The Holz Motors, Inc. Collision Center in Hales Corners At Holz Motors, Inc., we understand how important your Chevrolet vehicle is to you and that's why if you have had an accident, our body shop professionals are here to help restore your vehicle to like-new condition. We've repaired a lot of cars, so we know cars inside and out, and we follow the most up-to-date auto body trends. From minor scuffs to major collision damage, our experts have the expertise, experience, and equipment to restore your car to pre-accident condition. Each vehicle, from realigning body components to installing decorative trim, must meet our high-quality standards, and we're confident that we offer the highest quality collision center in Hales Corners. Our goal is to make sure you leave our collision center as enthusiastic about your car as the day you bought it.
We'll create a written estimate of what's recommended to complete the repair, and we will offer Genuine GM Parts. In addition, if there is other service work that is required to restore your vehicle to pre-accident condition, we have GM-trained Certified Service technicians on hand. We will review this estimate with you and address any questions you may have.
Holz Motors Body Shop Features:
Drive-Thru Estimates - Pull your vehicle right into our new shop and get greeted fast, and your estimate completed quickly. A drive on hoist offers the most accurate estimate possible.
Customer Lounge & Restroom Area: Have a seat while you wait in this luxurious new addition, built for your comfort.
State of the art facility - Our advanced estimating systems will save you time and money. Our State Of The Art Equipment will allow us to repair your vehicle back to its original condition. Available desk for your insurance adjuster to handle any paperwork more accurately and efficiently.
Direct Repair Provider - We work hand in hand with most major insurance companies to ensure your complete satisfaction. Loaner Vehicles for customers that do not have rental car coverage on their insurance (when available).
Our Certified Body technicians are trained by GM to know every inch of your GM vehicle. We understand your vehicle and all its technical systems. We're proud to offer genuine Chevrolet parts.
We know you want to feel as good about your vehicle today as you did the day you bought it. And our Certified Body technicians have the skills and finesse you need to restore your vehicle so it will look and feel like new. We also have a state of the art service center so that you can get an oil change or brake repair in Hales Corners while you are here.
We also work on all makes and models, so don’t hesitate to stop by for an estimate if you own a non-GM vehicle.
We take pride in our superior craftsmanship. But you don't have to take our word for it...
"I'm completely satisfied with the results I received from the Holz Auto Shop! My Chevy Silverado is like new!" - Michael L. from Oak Creek, WI
"All of the staff at Holz made me feel so welcomed and comfortable while they repaired my Cruze." - Stephany M. from Milwaukee, WI
"If you need your car repaired, I definitely recommend the Holz Auto Body Shop. They're the best in the Milwaukee area!" - Randall T. from Hales Corners, WI.
1. STOP. Never drive away from the scene of an accident, even a minor one.
2. PROTECT THE SCENE. You can prevent further accidents by setting up flares or keeping your flashers on. If it is dark and your lights don't work, you should have a flashlight to keep you safe while you wait in your disabled car or by the side of the road.
3. CALL THE POLICE. Even if there are no serious injuries, it is a good idea to call the police. You may need a police report to file a claim with your insurance company, even if it is just to make a claim for damage to your vehicle. The vehicles involved in the accident should remain where they are unless they interfere with traffic.
4. MAKE AN ACCURATE RECORD. When the police arrive, make sure you tell the investigating officer(s) exactly what happened, to the best of your ability. If you do not know certain facts, tell that to the officer. Do not speculate, guess, or misstate any of the facts. If you are asked if you are injured and you are not sure, say you are not sure, rather than no. Often, the pain and injuries from motor vehicle accidents become apparent hours after the actual collision. You should also make sure statements made by other persons involved in the accident are accurate as well.
5. TAKE PICTURES. If you happen to have a camera in your vehicle, or a cell phone equipped with a camera, you should take pictures of the vehicles if there is visible damage. If you have visible injuries, you should photograph them as well. However, you should in no way interfere with the on-going police investigation. If you cannot take pictures at the scene of the accident, take them as soon as possible after the accident.
6. EXCHANGE INFORMATION. Typically, the investigating police officer obtains this information. However, if the police do not respond to the accident, you should obtain the name, address and telephone number of all persons involved in the accident, drivers and passengers alike. You should also obtain information about insurance by asking to see the insurance card for all vehicles involved in the accident. If there are witnesses, you should get information from them as well so that you or your attorney can contact them in the future. If police respond to the accident, the investigating officer usually will provide all drivers with a police report number. You can use that number later to obtain the police report. If the accident occurs on a state highway, you must request the report from the state police.
7. TOWING. If your vehicle needs to be towed, make sure you tell the tow truck driver that you want your vehicle towed to Holz Motors 10701 W College Ave. Franklin WI. 53182. 414-529-7848. DO NOT let them tow it to their storage yard. That just creates more expense for the insurance company.
8. REPORT THE ACCIDENT. Notify your insurance company as soon as possible. Many policies require immediate reporting and full cooperation. Find out if you have medical benefits as part of your insurance coverage. You pay extra for that type of coverage - known as "medpay" - so you should use it. In fact, if you have medpay coverage, you are required to submit your accident-related medical bills to your insurance company. Medpay coverage is primary for accident-related medical bills. Once medpay benefits are exhausted, private health insurance becomes your primary insurer. Medpay benefits are available to all the occupants of the vehicle. Your insurance rates should not increase as a result of submitting claims for medpay coverage.
9. SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION. Often, injuries caused by motor vehicle accidents are not immediately apparent. Most of our clients report feeling the most pain a day or two following an automobile accident. Unless you are absolutely certain you were not injured, you should seek medical attention at your local emergency room or by seeing your family physician. Even in accidents involving minor impact, you can sustain a serious and permanent injury to your spinal cord. If you lost consciousness or were dazed for even a short period of time following the collision, you may have suffered a concussion or closed head injury. This can cause cognitive and behavioral changes if left untreated.
10. KEEP A FILE. Keep all your accident-related documents and information together. This information should include a claim number, the claim's adjuster who is handling the claim, names and phone numbers of all contacts, receipts for a rental car and other expenses incurred as a result of the accident.
11. PROTECT YOUR RIGHTS. Perhaps the most important thing you should do after an accident is to consult your attorney. Your attorney can protect your rights and make sure valuable evidence is not destroyed. Often, insurance companies want to take statements immediately after an accident. It is important that you have received legal advice before providing such a statement. Your attorney can advise you on issues ranging from how to make sure you are fully compensated for your vehicle to how to make sure you are getting the best medical treatment available. Personal injury attorneys work on a contingency fee basis, which means there is no legal fee unless the attorney recovers compensation for your injuries.