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Posted by Craig Casey on December 27, 2000 at 20:15:37:
In Reply to: Allstate not providing defense or coverage posted by John Dee on November 01, 2000 at 08:01:33:
: My delimma: I am a policyholder of Allstate. I'm involved in a homeowner's claim and Allstate is out of hand denying me insurance liability coverage and a legal defense even though my homeowner's policy provides me with both. Allstate's position is the situation is not a "covered occurrence," which of course is their one-sided opinion. Any help, direction, knowledge of class action suits against Allstate or any other carrier in a similar setting would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, John Dee
I regularly review insurance companies and I must say allstate has by far the most complaints I have ever seen. There are many "hate allstate" sites on the internet.
Anyway, insurance companies have paid big $$ to get your local politician into office. He and the insurance comissioner are in their back pocket.
Still, if you want to engage in a lawsuit, you may get in front of a jury of consumers, if you have alot of proof.
Unfortunelty, unless there are major damages and hardship arising out of their
refusal to pay, you may sue and probably jsut end up with the money you should have goten anyway, had they had a soul.
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