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Don't Bother Us With The Facts ... We support our insured regardless of the facts ... It saves us money!
My vehicle was hit by a Farmers insured who was backing out of a parking spot and backed into the drivers side door of my car. Farmers offered a 50% settlement due to the fact that their 17 year old insured claimed that we had both been backing and I ran the drivers side door of my vehicle into his rear bumper.
Truth was that I was waiting in line directly behind their parked insured when he backed into me. Unfortunately he left the scene of the accident and I followed him before finding witnesses (besides the ones in my vehicle), therefore Farmers states they have to support their insured. The 17 year old kid originally accepted responsibility and promised to pay for the damage before he found out that Farmers would support his version of this accident.
They have instructed him to allow this to go to court promising that if he loses they will pay the claim. Basically he has nothing to lose ... and Farmers stands to gain $500.00 if I am unable to prove the matter.
Farmers would not even look at the damage to my vehicle or take statements from me or the witnesses in my vehicle until I complained to their CEO, Mr.. Feinstein.
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