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Loren Champlain Sr
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Oct 25, 2009, 1:24 PM

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Had a customer relate a horror story to me, the other day. Bob was hit from behind. His wife was driving, kids in the back seat. He happened to turn his head to say something to the kids when they were hit. Broke his neck. No one else was hurt. The block-head that him them was uninsured. Obviously, the block-head that hit them doesn't have a pot to pee in, or a window to throw it out of. Okay, Bob's got uninsured motorist coverage. But not enough! After all of the hospitalization, unable to work for months, the coverage maxed out. He lost his Hummer2 (after it was repaired), his house went into foreclosure, ect., ect., ect.. I just upped the limit on my uninsured motorist coverage.
SW Washington

Tom Greenleaf
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Oct 30, 2009, 10:49 AM

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Arggh! Sorry to hear that.

Here - uninsured can put you in jail! Abutting New Hampshire doesn't require insurance at all if in good standing but that vehicle can't legally leave the state!

Liberal Massachusetts (that's redundant) doesn't allow anyone to take your primary home TMK - a good thing of few things I agree with, with this state!


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