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Here is the short version. In a Kentucky woman sued for an automobile accident in which she suffered neck and back injuries. Her car was struck by a truck loaded with firewood which rear-ended her pickup truck. According to reports, it took nearly two years to settle the claim with Allstate. The two sides have very differing opinions on what really happened.

Allstate, as insurance companies usually do, claimed that the Plaintiff was exaggerating her injuries and failed to disclose that she previously suffered back injuries. Sounds like a usual personal injury case for the Jury to decide.

However, things got interesting. Allstate moved at every turn to prevent the disclosure of the reports to the public. In order to increase Allstate profits, payout on claims had to be reduced. Simple, pay less in claims, make more profits.

This applies not only to those who have a third party complaint or cause of action. In other words where a Plaintiff sues for injuries and the Defendant is insured with Allstate. But this applies equally to those who have insurance with Allstate and turn to Allstate to pay first party claims such as when your home burns to the ground. Again same principal, pay less in claims make more in profits for the company.

Remember, Attorneys like the Law offices of Jason Harris fight this concept of corporate profits only for shareholders. As Mckinsey taught Allstate, the less paid to the insureds that are making claims after a fire the more profits for the shareholders and the better the Allstate Stock looks in the open market.

Wait and delay and they will eventually accept less or simply go away. The effectiveness of the McKinsey strategy is undeniable. This all came to light as a result of an attorney. A hard working focused attorney who took on the giant. Trial Attorney David Berardinelli. Due to his efforts the 12,, after many long court battles by the attorney, the court ordered the McKinsey slides to be released by Allstate.

Personally speaking, in our own litigation here in Chicago, in our own matters involving Allstate, the Allstate attorneys sought not to produce the slides and information when requested. Berardinelli and other Attorneys firms like, Law offices of Jason Harris recognize that the McKinsey slides represented a quantum change in how insurance companies dealt with their own customers and insured.

If you have the desire to read further you can find the full story in Mr. If you feel you are not being treated fairly look to an attorney or qualified public adjuster to fight for your rights and what is due to you. If you need consultation please contact Law Offices of Jason Harris. The system simply operates to generate profits for shareholders and the insurance company, all at the suffering of the insureds and the claimants, who need it the most.

Remember Knowledge is power and power is leverage and leverage will get you what you are entitled to. Jason Harris, Esq.

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Here is the short version. In a Kentucky woman sued for an automobile accident in which she suffered neck and back injuries. Her car was struck by a truck loaded with firewood which rear-ended her pickup truck. According to reports, it took nearly two years to settle the claim with Allstate. The two sides have very differing opinions on what really happened. Allstate, as insurance companies usually do, claimed that the Plaintiff was exaggerating her injuries and failed to disclose that she previously suffered back injuries. Sounds like a usual personal injury case for the Jury to decide.

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