- Report: #1150750
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Complaint Review: State Farm Insurance
State Farm InsuranceNationwide USA
State Farm Insurance Abuse without recourse San Jose Nationwide, CA
*Author of original report: *sigh* Everybody's an expert.
*Consumer Comment: Recourse
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I don't know when I have ever been so angry.
State Farm has sent a letter saying that I have been judged "at least 51% responsible" for a collision where the other driver pulled out from behind another vehicle after I was already in the street, gunned his engine while looking down (the sun was shining toward him and I never saw his face, just the top of his head) and hit me at a speed well in excess of the speed limit (even after hitting me and spinning me around he still had enough momentum to go over the curb, rip up a tree, go over the retaining wall of our garden, and stop only when he finally hit the car in the neighbor's driveway).
And since State Farm also decided in 2000 to settle with a woman who had made an obviously fraudulent claim, I have come to an ugly surmise:
It's cheaper to let people with the youth and strength to lie and keep lying cheat ill, older customers than it is to fight false claims. [continued below]....
PLEASE REPOST THIS. VALERIE AND I CANNOT BE THE ONLY VICTIMS OF THIS ABUSE, AND THE ONLY HOPE WE HAVE OF REDRESS IS A CLASS-ACTION SUIT.
first update: harvey-rrit.livejournal.com/167370.html
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/29/2014 08:39 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/State-Farm-Insurance/nationwide/State-Farm-Insurance-Abuse-without-recourse-San-Jose-Nationwide-CA-1150750. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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