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Re: Victim of burglary

Posted by Been There on June 08, 2000 at 20:28:58:

In Reply to: Re: Victim of burglary posted by brenda on June 08, 2000 at 14:28:09:

: : Sue him. Do it yourself in Small Claims but the limit is $3000. Sue in
: Pain and suffering? What is the basis for that?

Ever been a victim of violent crime? it's no picnic.

: I can see how you might have collected because your entry door was broken, but this person does not have a comparable situation.

Original guy had unlocked entry door, this one has unlocked entry door.

: Also, it seems to be the insurance company paid off because the landlord was responsible, not in spite of it. If the entrance doorway wasn't broken, if the landlord wasn't negligent, the insurance company would never have paid.

Backwards: insurance companies do not pay if it was your fault. They only paay if it was unforseeable, an accident, like that. Sometimes they do settle rather than face a lawsuit from their guilty clients because it is cheaper for them to do this.

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