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Tenn. lawsuit: Insurer employee states rate ‘whatever State Farm wants it to be’ | Repairer Driven News

A new version of a lawsuit filed by Tennessee body shops against the country’s largest insurers supports its allegations of steering, stinginess and price-fixing with examples from the mouths of the underwriters own employees.

These include State Farm personnel allegedly admitting that the insurer can make the prevailing rate “whatever State Farm wants it to be” — sometimes using data from about 20 years ago — that allowing feather, prime and block to be reimbursed can cost one a bonus, and that “every iota” of a similar lawsuit by the Louisiana attorney general is true.

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