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Interested party or public relations nightmare?

At what point do you have to step back and ask if someone could ask if you are “paying to defend your customer’s killer?”

2 comments

  1. Progressive is a strange outfit.

    They have an agent down the street from my house in Upper Fells Point. The office window has a life-sized cardboard picture of their spokeswoman “Flo.” When my homeowner’s insurance came up for renewal I asked for a quote from them. They refused to give a quote because I live in a house with a flat roof. They don’t insure houses with flat roofs. The reason for this is obvious. Not insuring flat-roofed houses is a back-door way of redlining “urban” areas.

    I can understand redlining. I don’t agree with it, but I understand the history of racism. What I can’t understand is why a company would solicit business in an area that it is redlining.

  2. Did it occur to you to review the UIM statute? Or to speak with a lawyer who has? Instead of musing philosophically about the blog post of a man with zero legal experience and an understandably deep emotional attachment to the case?

    Although honestly anything that gets that irritating woman off my TV screen is fine with me.

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