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Posted by tonyb on July 08, 2001 at 04:45:13:

My father was in an accident and at fault over 2 months ago. He has insurance with allstate. After 2 months they have just finally offered a settlement of 10,000.00 on a 96 dodge diesel pickup. It is totaled and the only vehicles I can find like it are around 14,000.00. He owes the bank $13,800.00 on the truck. We want it paid off. I sent them prices on trucks I found in arizona to texas and they will not except them. What are my rights and how does okla. law read. I know in Montana they have to pay the amount of the loan. Please advise.
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Hello, claim filing information is available at
Deserve You may have the option of Appraisal (a simple form of arbitration for amount of loss claims). However, many property "Standard Policies" have recently struck-down the Appraisal process and now require court. With your permission, I would like to post this email on the Forum (board/index.html) for all
to see what real affect the policy language changes have on leaving the consumer vulnerable. I hope you find the information of some help.

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