- Report: #1154055
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Complaint Review: liberty mutual insurance co
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liberty mutual insurance co robbed by liberty mutual fair market value rockford Nationwide
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On 5/21/14 my motorcycle 2005 harley davidson electra glide was totaled out by a neglagent driver the investigation said the other party was at fault it took 3 meeks for liberty mutual ins co to inspect the bike and make an offer the dealer ship and harley davidson in milwaukee wi valued the bike alone at $10300 to $10600 + I had about $3000 in add ons on the bike + taxes and plates harley davidson I could expect about 1/3 of the price of the added chrome and that $11600 to $12000 was a fair and reasonable price they liberty mutual insurance co offered me $8400 and claimed not a penny more these guys are no good stay away from them the good news is that usaa the other peoples ins co took full responsability and offered a fair market price of $11900 ive asked them for a quote im not doing buisness with a rip off pack of jokers like liberty mutual liberty mutual insurance used 2 ads from cycle trader magazine to determine fair market value the closet one was 500 miles away again do yourself a favor GO ELSEWHERE!
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