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Old 11-15-2019, 10:15 AM
Toro Toro is offline
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Originally Posted by MrSandman View Post
Well, it really sucks, when your insurance agency treats you like that. I had a same problem like 4 years ago. I've had enough of this kind of a treatment, and I asked my friend Dave what to do. He gave me this link And now I have a fine insurance. No bad treatment, good prices, etc. Just do it. This is better than waiting 6 weeks for an answer. I don't think that State Farm is the only option for you. And another thing - I wish you good luck with taking your money back.
hey, friend, could you tell me more about how much do you pay for that insurance? what are the conditions for exactly your model of car ?
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Old 11-17-2019, 06:00 PM
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I use Hagerty as well for Both of My Classics. My 67 as a builder in the garage all the time Still . I`m getting there just Slowly. I also have a 1970 Caprice 2 Dr that has been in my Family since day One! Both on agreed Value and both Hagerty insured. I just finished doing 3 days of Goodguys with the Caprice. The Caprice is $279 a year.
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Old 11-21-2019, 11:04 PM
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Well after 13 months I finally got a resolution. When I got the estimate, State Farm gave me a check to get started. if there was further damage, let them know. When we found the inner support panels crushed ,the wiring cut and a body mount broken. They refused to pay. So my insurance company JC Taylor (Foremost) did. Then they went after them for payment of the remainder. after 12 months two weeks State Farm paid Foremost, and I got my deductible back. The next day, State Farm wanted the money back, or I would be arrested for insurance fraud. Because they could not read the settlement that clearly states that the money paid foremost is the difference in what they paid and what it cost to repair the car. Once I explained it to the third person, They called me a thief, so I hung up on them. I may have made some comment about his having immoral relations with his mother. I had also explained that it actually cost roughly $1000 dollars more, which I paid . Because the tariffs went into effect while they took 3 months to reply to the original estimate. They finally called back and told me they missed the notation. But it took 3 days of arguing on the phone to get them to budge. How many people would have just sent them the money? And they called ME a thief! I knew it was going to be trouble when the first 3 body shops told me they won't deal with State farm. I had to find a new place to store it this winter, because the regular place was already full. The new place will not store a car insured by State Farm.
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