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U.S. Refuses to Pay Michigan Insurer for Ferrari Wrecked by FBI Agent

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#11 jim stone

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Posted 25 May 2011 - 08:43 PM

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This guy's my brother.

Yea. They are rewriting most policies with an exclusionary clause if this guy is anyway near.

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Posted 25 May 2011 - 11:57 PM

I slid off the road on some gravel in a curve and did 7k damage to the front right side of my brand new Nissan Frontier in 2009. My insurance company, Nationwide, had it in the shop in less than 8 hrs.

Insurance is a scam for the most part, but in most cases they do what you pay them to do. Of course, there are many cases, particularly for large claims, where they try and do their best to not pay.

Yea. the insurance industry is one of the most evil businesses possible. they have no problem smiling at you every month, assuring you that "you are in good hands..." when you hand them the check.

But, come time for them to pay out on a claim, they get they're shiny lawyers all suited up for court, and throw they're money around as leverage in a manner that forces the little guy to either give up, of lose half of his claim money to lawyers by the time you win your case.