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Support of fraudulent claim
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Rating: 1/51

ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA -- My claim with Erie Insurance has gone on for 3 months; first denying that their client is responsible when they failed to contact my witness. I had to call them and remind them that there was a witness. Then once they spoke to my witness, only agreed to pay 1/2 of the damage because that witness knew who I was. Their client has had numerous vehicular accidents and has home/business through them, so they refuse to pay the whole claim and will only agree to 1/2. Their client has no witness to state it wasn't her fault and she is lying about not being at fault.

Unfortunately, since this was the mother of a fellow soccer player, I didn't call the police and without a police report I have no alternative but to end up paying 1/2 of this claim myself since their client refuses to tell the truth despite her own daughter admitting she has had numerous accidents in many vehicles.

Erie has been delinquent in handling and settling this claim and to date, I am still calling to get status on this claim. This is by far the worst experience I have ever had with an insurance company. If I could report them to the Better Business Bureau I would because they know their client is committing fraud and they claim that I can't prove it so they are not liable for that either.

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Insurance claim causes cancellation
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Last year (2010) I was working in my yard and my dog was with me. Apparently she decided to take a hike a couple of doors down and got into a spat with my neighbors dog. This incident couldn't taken more than 5 min. because I didn't even know she was out of the yard. Next thing I know I've got a civil suit. I had two face to face meeting with local agent who said my policy would represent me in the civil action. What they didn't say was it is Erie's policy to make you get rid of your dog when you file a claim.

A month later I get a notice to dump the dog or get cancelled. OK I get the point they don't want to have to cover another incident. Hay the poor old dog is 12 yrs. old and doesn't have a mean bone in her body. But this time they got to fighting and her dog goes to the vet.

To relieve the problem short of giving the dog a one way ticket to the gas chamber I installed an underground fence. I offered to give Erie a letter holding them harmless for any future occurrences. No dice. My complaint is they should have told me about the dog policy before my claim so I could have taken another avenue. 4.7 million dog bite incidents a year - you would think they have sense enough to inform their insured of their "dog bite policy".

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HORRIBLE CLAIMS SERVICE
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NORTH CAROLINA -- I have worked as an insurance agent for over 7 years and have seen a lot of shady dealings. I have never encountered such a horrible claims service as I have with Erie. I called their claims supervisor and spoke with ** regarding a claim that was filed over 3 MONTHS AGO for my insurance customer. ** told me that their insured was being uncooperative therefore they could not go further with the claim and would not be able to repair my customers vehicle. At which she then stated that my insured should file the claim under his insurance or if he doesn't have the coverage he could file a lawsuit!!!

I was appalled by her attitude and Erie's lack of cooperation. I will be filing a formal complaint with the BBB in our state. I will never ever recommend ERIE to anyone ever and I will do my best to ensure that everyone knows how bad their service is. The old saying "you get what you pay for" is so true their rates may be low but they are the worst company when it comes to paying out claims.

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Doesn't pay when client found at fault
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WARRENDALE, PENNSYLVANIA -- I had an accident on 10/19/2009 where their client hit me in my car in my driveway. They find me at fault so their client gets a new car and whatever other benefits she received. I have full tort so I should have an opportunity to sue the company for my losses. I went to court today and an arbitrator found in my favor. What do I get for not causing the accident? 3000. But their client keeps the new car. My car was paid off and valued at 8600 plus 656 rental car and 325 for towing.

One of the insurance companies should be responsible for my losses. I also have medical bills over the limit of 5000 from my policy but yet it would have been paid if she was at fault. Their client didn't have an insurance increase even though she was at fault. Can't get that back either. There is a problem with insurance companies. Then I get 3000 and they want to appeal which just delays everything more which is what they tried to do with continuances.

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Home Owner Policy
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Rating: 1/51

ROUND LAKE, ILLINOIS -- I did not renew my policy due to a price jump. I informed Erie Insurance about that in writing ahead of old policy expiration. Now, Erie Insurance is trying to extort money from me for insurance I did not ordered/contracted. Letter to the President/CEO is waste of time and money. They are crooks.

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Claim Denial Cause Driver Was Dead
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Rating: 1/51

FT WAYNE, INDIANA (CLAIMS), INDIANA -- My father backed out of his garage and hit my car and he died suddenly, 3 days later, before the claim was made. The paint on my car was still on his truck and at the right height - according to the adjuster it was "cut and dried". The claims department is refusing to pay because "they cannot interview him". They expect me to call my insurance, get it on my record and pay the deductible to get the damage fixed. I don't think so! I filed a consumer complaint with the state insurance commission.

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Horrible
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WOOSTER, OHIO -- I had hail damage to my home and I contacted my insurance company and a representative showed and walked around and said "I could not find any damage." I had holes in my siding and pits in roof and around windows. Said only wind damage. Do not TRUST them. Will not communicate with you at all.

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Vehicle Repair
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Rating: 1/51

LAVALE, MARYLAND -- Took my Jeep in for an oil change July 14. On the 21st a rod came through my oil pan on my way home from work. Called Oil Works. They came and got my Jeep and took it to their shop to find out it needs a motor replaced so they turned it over to Erie their insurance co and I have been without a vehicle since then. Trying to get a hold of someone is a joke. Been a month without a vehicle and sounds like its gonna be longer.

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1.0 out of 5, based on 10 ratings and
18 reviews & complaints.
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Erie Insurance Group
100 Erie Insurance Place
Erie, PA 16530
814-870-2000 (ph)
www.erie-insurance.com
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