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State Farm Insurance Refused to Pay Claim
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ATLANTA, GEORGIA -- I have been with State Farm insurance for over 40 plus years. I carry auto, property, and life insurance policies with this company, and recently I had a property claim filed with this company. State Farm has now taken to operating a less than up front business, upon filing my claim I was forced to go through my agent and several adjusters and finally was directed to a so called underwriter who informed me that some 10 years ago there was a very small clause change in my property policy. This clause change would require me to list all unscheduled personal property and then insure it up to 80 percent of market value, which would increase my premium by a significant amount. Bottom line is that after being run around for several weeks State Farm refused to pay the claim, yet they have no problem billing me monthly for coverage.

I am suggesting anyone dealing with this company seek alternative coverage or else get an attorney to read your policy carefully.
     
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Good and Bad
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QUITMAN, TEXAS -- My Agent in Quitman TX was Great he did all he could do. They are great people. But as State Farm corp. office SUCKS!!!!. They cancelled my auto insurance for a claim they never paid. They ask me to put all my insurance together so I did and then cancelled my auto and never told me even my agency, he did not know. I had no insurance for 3 month and did not no. When trying to talk to the corp office they referred me back to local office. Hell they tried to get answers as well but could not.

So as I see it the local office GREAT State Farm Insurance SUCKS I would not recommend them to anybody not even my worst enemy.
     
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Dropped After 30 Years
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HERKIMER, NEW YORK -- I have been a customer of State Farms for over 30 years I had a claim in 2008 when my roof leaked and caused damage in my home it cost them a little over 2,000.00, but then in 2011 I live by a college and college students damaged my pool which I put in another claim which was over 4,000.00 but the police found the person that destroyed the property and the insurance company was reimbursed. Then with 2 weeks notice they tell me that they will no longer insure our home.

Why do we have insurance? We have paid for insurance for years from our "good neighbor" not to hear "sorry your not longer insured". I would pull all my insurance from them the only reason I am staying with them for autos is because I have grandfathered insurance for my vehicle so the only way they can cancel is if we don't pay the payment, other wise, I would leave them in a heart beat. I would think twice and ask about their policies regarding cancellation.
     
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Typical Non Payout for Hail Damaged Roof When Needed Full Replacement
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GRANBURY, TEXAS -- Typical non payout from State Farm. Reputable roofing company stated I needed a full replacement of roof do to hail damage from major storm and tornato. State Farms adjuster that only works for them called for 500 square feet of patching on a 2500 square. A patch job of that size roof you would see the patch a mile away. The ironic thing is the man was a ac/heating contractor before becoming an adjuster. After asking him simple roofing questions like how many shingles in a bundle etc.... he had no clue!!

This man was giving repair estimates on roofs and had absolutely no idea what he was doing. After dedutable I ended up with no money for repairs. I am taking them to small claims court now. If I were you I would stay clear of State Farm.
     
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State Farm Insurance is dishonest and the most greedy company in the country
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NEW YORK, NEW YORK -- State Farm Insurance is dishonest and the most greedy company in the country. They never recognize their mistakes, never pays for the damage properly. They protect only traffic offenders, but not their honest customers. They do not pay enough and easy violate the legal rights regarding thepayments. Stay away from them.
     
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Like The Grim Reaper State Farm Is There
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MT. AIRY, NORTH CAROLINA -- I had a head on collision and was almost killed. To make things short, I got $18,000 out of this lying, disgusting, worthless insurance company. Every time one of their lying commercials come on, I have to turn it, as they all blatantly LIE. When we needed them, they put us on hold, gave us the run around and didn't do much of anything. On the commercials, they sing that stupid jingle and someone magically appears. Wow....nothing like that ever happened to me the 22 years I was with them. They are liars. They do nothing for their customers except take take take.......
     
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State Farm Says Stick It To Medicare
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HOMOSASSA, FLORIDA -- Went to mediation today could not believe when we were told take the lowball settlement wait a couple months and get medicaid to pay for your operation. They admitted the accident was their clients fault but are only paying so much because we live in a low income county. Don't think it's right that the tax payers should get the bill when it's their clients fault.. This is wrong in so many ways . And I would think illegal but their above the law and can basically do what they want .Just thought people should know who their dealing with if you have a claim grab your ankles cause it's going to hurt.

And you will have to come out of your pocket to get your own medical help or like they suggested defraud the tax payers and make them pay state farms bills.
     
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WHITTIER, CALIFORNIA -- My son bumped into another car and there was no damage to either vehicle. But, the older gentleman said he was going to file a claim anyway. We drove my son's car to State Farm so they could see that there was no damage to our car. A claim was filed and the gentleman's car was repaired without us being advised of the claim repair, which if we had known we would have contested it.

When my son went to get a quote from another insurance company, the quote was very high due to this accident on his record now. When my son's record gets cleared of this accident we will be leaving State Farm. Their Customer Service SUCKS.!!!
     
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Screwed by State Farm on Auto Claim
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JONESBORO, GEORGIA -- I was hit by a State Farm driver while stopped at a red light. Their driver hit me from behind. State Farm will not pay a fair claim for the diminished value of my brand new 2013 car. They fixed my brand new car with sub standard parts (used) and now I have a "new" car with "used" parts and will have to deal with the diminished value in the future when I try to trade it in/sell it in a few years. State Farm sucks.

They should do better for people with new cars. I mean, darn, I hadn't even made the first payment yet before it was hit by their driver and now my only recourse would be to sue the at-fault driver in small claims court to try to recoup some losses. State Farm is NOT a good neighbor and I am glad I don't have them for my insurance and never will!
     
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Used to Pay $2900/yr for car insurance now at $1200 With Geico
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BLASDELL, NEW YORK -- This is just amazing. I have 4 cars and 1 motorcycle. Two cars I store during winter. I used to pay $2900 for car insurance including $212 for the bike. I was always in a continued fight with their office in BlasDell NY because they would not remove the car protection when I would store the 2 summer cars for winter, they would put protection I did not ask, would say that I drive each car for 7,500 miles+ per year. I always had to fight with them at least every 2 months. I went to the office in person on Jan 23 2013 to re-communicate the changes and to see if the policies are as I wanted. Robert [snip] was sitting at the computer and making calls while we talked and I was hoping the changes were made. On February 14 2013, I checked online and none of the changes were made! I decided to fill Geico insurance quote and, folks, instead of $2,900 per year, I'm now paying $1,600 with better protection, i.e. collision on all cars!vs State farm no collision on my 2 summer cars. It's amazing the saving I did. I'm telling you, switch to Geico asap if you're with State Farm, especially if you're with Robert [snip] in BlasDell NY. Don't hesitate or wait, do it today. I'm sorry for Lynn who works for this guy, she did an awesome job but there's so much she can do to cover the bad work of her boss and company.
     
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