Now I also have a problem because I have a new vehicle that now has an accident on the car's fax report. The first time I went to buy insurance for my new RZR, the Progressive agent told me it was a 1000 and that it was fully licensed in Arizona like 900. In fact, I had in mind to start looking for another insurance company and I will NOT consult Progressive now if that's how agents talk to people. But thankfully it wasn't insured by Progressive, but by farmers, who did an excellent job, fast and with great responsiveness, but my truck is another story: it received about 100 hits from a golf ball.
I'll look for a different insurance company if you don't tell me if I can keep my policy and get a new agent. Please send me an email or call me and let me know if it's possible to get a different agent, thank you. The at-fault party will not comply with the laws of the North Carolina Insurance Commission, which means 24 hours to report a car accident. I have had to struggle with this company and the moment I told my insurance after 24 hours.
I've been trying to make some kind of progress on my application, however, it seems that Progressive is just trying to find a way to not have to pay. IN FACT, IF NOTHING IS RESOLVED WITHIN THE NEXT 24 TO 48 HOURS, I HAVE ALREADY CONTACTED THE New York State Attorney General's Office (Mrs. Letitia's Office). The New Jersey Ombudsman helps consumers with issues related to insurance availability, claims processing, coverage questions, and other issues related to insurance consumer education and assistance.
If they had checked, Progressive would have discovered that one of the people is a 92-year-old woman with her own insurance policy. If you look at my Progressive insurance policy, the bike is different in the policy and it's not the same bike I bought. Left in suspense, one person tells me to dry it and see how it goes, the next one tells me that they are destroying my car leaving me with the money for a new car and then this “manager” today tells me that they are investigating it and then there is no communication. I would think that in the 21st century an insurance company the size of Progressive would be able to check the status of people added to my policy.
Before turning to insurance, Michelle was a lifestyle reporter for the New York Daily News, editor of a consumer technology magazine, a foreign correspondent for Time, and a reporter for several local news agencies and newspapers.