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Thank God for a website like this one. It allows people to speak out!!!!
Farmer's Insurance Group has been our insurance provider for approximately, well 10
years. However it has been in our family for well over 20 years. The reason being, no one
has ever had a house burn down until now.
A word of advice, if you ever have a house fire and you think Farmer's is taking care of it, well you better listen up. They do a fantastic job in the beginning. That is until they actually have to dish out the major cash. I would advise you get help while settling your claim. Make sure you understand every inch of your policy.
The only fortunate thing I can say about this whole deal is that we do have a great understanding adjuster who actually cares if we have a proper home to live in. It's just too bad she works for the wrong company because she sure is great.
Also, complaining to supervisors has gotten us no where. Their agent was proven to be right. However, I know he hadn't looked at our house since we first purchased our policy in 1993. Otherwise, he would've given us more coverage!!! We had added 20,000 dollars worth of improvements. He thought that by the sound of things over the phone, that there was no need to up our coverage.
WRONG WRONG This is their job NOT OURS
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