- Report: #981814
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Complaint Review: progressive
progressiveno street Internet United States of America
progressive 90/10 fault Internet
*General Comment: Accident in parking lot
My fiance stopped hit the horn and the guy hit and then ran his metal bumper down the panel and back door.
When i came out of the bank the guy came up to me and said he didnt see my fiance and admitted fault. He also said his friend who was a cop was on his way. Not a big deal cause the cop was honest and wrote the report up as it had happened.
Now, progressive is saying that we have to claim 10%liability and that r insurance may go up. I have full coverage. All the other guy had to do was look into his side mirror. Its the size of a laptop because its a utility vehical. They say theres nothing i can do. I can definatley go to another insurance company... That i can and will do. However, i dont understand how we have no recourse and have to take liability for someone elses carelessness. Also, if this is how all insurance companys r, why do i have full coverage,if im going to have to pay out of pocket when its someone elses fault. Because, i have no choices my insurance is going up,i have to pay out of pocket,and my policy has to pay towards this guys carelessness. This is the worst kinda betrayel by a company. I feel like im n a communist country. Why do i have no options and no one on my side. If i wanted to b this way i should just have liability. I am only saving $200.by having full coverage.i feel extremely screwed.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/13/2012 06:58 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/progressive/internet/progressive-9010-fault-Internet-981814. 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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