Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there to damage you.
“Here, the jury heard testimony of a man whose whole world—professionally and personally—was destroyed by State Farm’s accusations and the accusations’ role in his arrest, and it heard from Dr. Jaffee, who testified that Radcliff had $7.5 million in lost earnings, and Dr. Saxton, who explained that Radcliff’s reputation was in a “virtually unrecoverable” place. The jury’s damage award does not punish State Farm; rather, it attempts to compensate Radcliff for the longstanding consequences it caused on the only profession that Radcliff ever knew.”
State Farm like many Insurance Companies these days are interested in one thing, money, keeping it, and not paying claims, and as the case above illustrates, State Farm like other insurance companies will stop at nothing to destroy anyone who get is their, way be that a homeowner making a claim or doctor.
As claims surge from events like Hurricane Sandy, which struck New York and New Jersey, an area not accustomed to hurricane damage, citizens will find themselves at increasing odds with insurance giants that underpay or deny their claims. “The insurance companies cause people alot pain, beyond the damage the storms delivers.
We always provide a 100% free review of your claim, and if you choose to hire our firm to represent you, you can rest assured that if we don’t recover for you, you don’t pay. If we cannot get you recovery, we work for free. No recovery, no fee. It’s that simple.
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