Very difficult to say without seeing it in person. There is a support structure behind it that may also need repair as well as repairing or replacing the bumper cover. The color of the vehicle also enters into it as some colors are very difficult to match so you end up doing a lot more work to blend the new paint into the original color.
I would start by talking to the insurance company, then ask your local friends for recommendations of shops that can do the repairs, don't overlook a dealer, they are usually a bit higher in price than an independent shop, but not always. Get a few estimates, be sure they are for the same work and parts though, for instance if you want the cover replaced with new or used OEM then be sure that is the same in all. It may be cheaper to replace the cover than repair it so be sure the estimates cover everything. The attached show the parts that may be damaged, the support may be damaged even if it looks like it's only the cover.
Monday, July 6th, 2020 AT 12:44 PM