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The Johnsons were unhappy about how much Allstate paid them in wind damages to their home at 286 Marina Drive in Slidell, Louisiana. They decided to take Allstate to court. In reviewing their insurance documents for the case, lawyers found something that shocked them: Allstate had listed higher estimates for repairs if the damage was caused by flood damage than if it had been by wind damage.
So I understand Mr Hartwig right we are not supposed to trust trial lawyer opinions because they have a vested financial interest in suing insurance companies. A reasonable inference from his non-response, especially in light of the fact he is paid to perform public relations for insurers, that his word is not to be trusted either.
I wonder what Hartwig makes per year from this corrupt industry? The "trial lawyer" boogey man is losing its impact, Bob. I don't think too many lawyers handling Katrina claims for property owners make a fraction of what hard-working CEO's like Ed Liddy and Ed Rust rake in per year.