Typically they’ll differentiate the damage if let’s say the prior damage was done to a certain part of your vehicle and the new damage from this accident, the Ohio accident, is in a separate area. The insurance adjuster will come out and do the estimate and again bifurcate or differentiate which one was attributable to the accident and which one was preexisting. It gets dicey when it’s around the same area. If both impacts occur on the bumper you will still get paid but they will try to differentiate and lessen the amount of money that they will give you for that back bumper. It’s not a big issue. That’s why attorneys will help argue as to property and as to try and get you paid as much as possible for the damage caused by the at-fault Ohio accident driver.