Legislating Insurance Changes
The above picture, stolen [from here]
GEICO is allegedly not licensed to sell insurance in Massachusetts.
If GEICO is considered not really having auto insurance coverage by Massachusetts, those driving into Massachusetts could have their vehicles towed and impounded with impound fees compounding daily, be arrested, fined, and face days in court. Why do this? Well, it would wake up the nation to what is going on with insurance companies, and maybe possible changes could be legislated benefiting We the People.
If GEICO has been more stingy, unreasonable, and employing tactics to get citizens to cave into unresonable settlements, or just signing off, GEICO's business practices and complaints lodged against GEICO should be reviewed by Massachusetts legislators, as well as nationally, by US Senators and Congresspersons.
If GEICO insured drivers drive in from out of state and cause deaths, personal injury, lost wages, and mounting medical bills, and if GEICO delays paying what is owed, or only partially pays, or doesn't pay what is owed, they are further harming the economy nationally, medical providers, the homes industry, adding to the mortgage crisis, and can be contributing to the break up and the harming of families. Maybe GEICO corporate executives could even be prosecuted in Massachusetts by the Attorney General for risk of injury to minors, a felony, and to the contributing to the delenquency of minors, given their payment policies doing harm to children and familes, as well as the economy.
Someone who isn't compensated timely, or not compensated fully, or at all, can have ruined credit, face liens, and court. Those teatering, just barely making it, can fall into the prison trap and/or even be contemplating suicide.
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Steven G. Erickson
[click here] for previous post on GEICO's business practices