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According to the civil lawsuit that was filed in the
“Being a former prosecutor, my job is to collect evidence”, home insurance lawyer
Tolley says he represents the affected homeowners and the evidence he collected was used to bring the lawsuit.
“UPC was telling its adjusters, no matter what, they were going to deny all claims, whether it was a valid claim or not,” Tolley said.
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Tolley calls a text message the smoking gun in the case. He was allegedly sent by a co-conspirator from the insurance company.
In the text, a director of a fitting company appears to be asking field crews to say they “cannot determine cause of loss” on late-reported Irma claims.
“They don’t want us to put this in an email,” the alleged text read in part. The text message, which is mentioned in the lawsuit, goes on to state that “they no longer want you to give them any estimate for the damages they are going to do to all.”
In a statement, a lawyer for United P&C said the lawsuit was unfounded.
“The UPC has no comment at this time beyond denying the allegations,” the attorney said.
Meanwhile, United P&C asked regulators last month to approve its plan to withdraw from several states, including
“Now they’ve completely bailed out
“He created all these task forces to sue roofers and contractors, but at no point are they suing insurance companies,” Tolley said. “They can walk away from the state of
The Patronis office responded in a statement, saying the CFO pursues fraud wherever he finds it.
Also, let’s not forget that insurance companies have given up
United P&C filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit.
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