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Screenshot from 'Premium Fisher.'
There is great virtue in getting pissed at a company that attempted to avoid its financial obligations in the death of your sister and telling the world about it. Sometimes there’s even a reward.
Screenshot via Progressive website
Progressive has settled with the family of a policyholder that claimed the insurance company defended her killer, but the deal came about only after the truly awful story made its way around the Internet.
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