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Insurance Agent reviews in Pike Road

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    HUMANA INC
    I am really pleased with them. Whatever medicare does not pay, they pay. I have not had any problems with them. They do what they say they are going to do. They take care of anything for you.  The price is reasonable but they seem to go up a little each year.
    - Herbert P.
  • A
    Baugh Ford
    Great service.  Timely response in claim and payment.  Friendly and professional agent.
    - Dennis H.
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    American Home Shield – Home Warranty
    Every phone call typically amounted to a an average of 30 minutes on hold. Reps refused to allow a conversation with supervisors, or provide emails to discuss issues. After 1st request for cancellation, insurance automatically renewed. Reps saw where 1st request was requested but could not offer an explanation as to why. I never filed a claim that paid the full amount of what it would take to repair, never. There were always exceptions. This company thrives on fine print.
    - David S.
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    PROGRESSIVE AUTO INSURANCE
    I was rear-ended while stopped for repairs in Glendale AZ while in the normal course of duties for a legal services (not courier) company I worked for.  My remuneration was an hourly wage plus a mileage allowance.  My vehicle was a 2000 Toyota Echo in excellent condition all around, and I had just had it serviced, dropping about $1000 for that work.  I had stopped due to a problem accelerating (this was the first time I had ever experienced this problem with this vehicle). I had pulled all the way over to the right lane, just abutting a barrier separating the walkway from the roadway, so as to be out of harm's way.  I had turned off the engine and had just checked my mirrors to make sure it was safe to exit the vehicle when I was plowed into from behind.  It was a clear and sunny day, in the afternoon hours.  The other driver came over to apologize, telling me she was tending to her infant in the back seat and didn't see my vehicle ahead of her.   There was a male passenger in the front passenger seat as well.   Her vehicle's right front had impacted my vehicle's left rear.   My vehicle was totalled (as I think hers was as well). I tried to contact her agent and I tried to place a claim against her insurer, Cornerstone, both of whom refused to cooperate with me.  In fact, the company worked through some kind of broker in Texas who did not answer their phones.  The local agent would place me on hold and drop my call.  When I did get through to them, the agent told me they could not file a claim until they had contacted their client.  This went on for a couple of weeks. Meanwhile, I was losing out on hours at work because I did not have a vehicle to use.  My boss provided me with a car for about a week, but needed to find a replacement with a vehicle.  Finally, out of frustration and fear of losing my job, I called my own insurance company, Progressive, to have them handle the claim.  But by this time, I had already lost my job, in the midst of the economic downturn (remember, this was 2008 when the Great Recession was just beginning).  There were few, if any, job openings, and I had been glad to have this job, even though it was only part time and I still needed to find additional work.  Now I was without any job at all. Progressive refused to settle the claim unless I would accept less than an amount that I could replace the vehicle with.  I argued that the amount was too low, but it turns out they use the NADA bluebook, rather than Kelly, because NADA valuates vehicles at lower prices.   This is probably why Progressive can charge lower rates than some of their competitors.  The Kelly bluebook value was also somewhat low, but I could have scraped enough together with the help of a friend to purchase a replacement vehicle.  But the NADA valuation was far below market.   There were 2 Toyota Echos at a dealership across town with similar mileage and advertised to be in good condition.  But both of these were more than $1500 more than Progressive was offering me.   The Progressive agent I spoke to was not anything as nice or friendly or cute as Flo in their commercials; she played hardball and refused to allow me to discuss this with her superior. Also, Progressive refused to waive the $500 deductible for me, even though I was not the least bit at fault in this accident, and even though they were not even going to give me the full amount anyway.   The agent told me she would turn in the paperwork to get the deductible from the other company (Cornerstone) and then remit a check to me.  I told her that would not work because I did not have $500 to spend while Progressive took its time to get the money back.  As a result, I lost my job and had to use the money Progressive Did give me (about $4500) to live for a few months until I could find another job.  I finally landed a job (thank goodness), but it was not for nearly 6 months!  In the meantime, that $4500 had disappeared into rent payments, food, and getting my bicycle updated and maintained (I had not ridden it for a few years).  The bicycle was essential being the closest bus line was 3 1/2 miles away.   I also spent money on bus passes, and a lot of time waiting and riding the buses. Another effect of Progressive's poor performance was that I lost my apartment!   I was evicted for non-payment, not because I am a bum or a derelict, but simply because I did not have a job, because Progressive refused to settle to allow me to continue working.  I was essentially homeless, for all intents and purposes, but for friends and a few people I shared homes with under much duress (smokers and immature kids).  The cruel and insensitive decision which virtually destroyed my life (which was already ruined by the recession and the Bush decade) was all so that Progressive Insurance could claim a win for themselves; i.e., profit.   Their cute commercials featuring Flo the Ho do not warn customers what could happen if they actually do have a claim.
    - Hal G.
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  • NBC, Inc.

    470 Forest Ave
    Plymouth, Michigan