ED Magedson – Founder
Allstate Insurance Yet another Allstate Ripoff Internet
So I get run over by an 85 y/o Allstate customer while on my motorcycle. I sustained damage to the MC, to my body and to my possessions. The total of my personal losses (not the bike damage) was around $800 (including a broken Iphone 5, scratched helmet, torn leather jacket, scuffed-up bags, etc). An appraiser was sent to my house, fully a month after the accident, and he took pictures of the items and documented them. After receiving no check from Allstate for a couple more weeks, I called the adjuster and she told me I'd have to box all the items up and send them to Allstate for salvage. Well, guess what, I didn't keep all that crap after the appreaiser came and I had my phone replaced under my Squaretrade warranty for which I had paid the premiums and the deductible. I'm going to take them to small claims court. Allstate is simply the worst. I'm going to ask for treble damages for the aggravation I have suffered. If that fails, I'll take the driver to court, though I really don't want to do that to the old lady, By the way, she was in another accident 3 days after she hit me. I wasn't asking for the full value of the phone, just the $90 Squaretrade premium and the $50 deductible. Thoughts?
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