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28 January 2014 - 09:22 AMIt is just not that complicated solving these things, the problem is usually the insurance company will just pay the claim because they are a business and write it into their costs.
Not much different than when the insurance companies buy used parts to repair a car... and then wonder why chop shops exist in large numbers.
If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the problem.....
Their process effectively legitimizes stolen property and drives up rates for everyone.
Agreed, most marine insurance fraud is padding repair bills.
At any rate insurance companies are not high risk takers by nature and certainly not many in the corporate world. Very few insurance people stick their neck out and to offer a 50k reward on top of paying a 400k boat claim. Normally will not happen, however in this case the insurer specialized in high speed boats and had been eating theft claims for 10 years, they had to stop it.
Now paying commission on a stolen boat when recovered offers no risk the the insurer. They go that route but you usually will not see a large company guy stick his neck out for a reward plus paying a legitimate claim.
It sucks that only the hauler went to jail, everyone else made enough money off the gig to keep themselves out. lol
06 December 2013 - 11:28 AMHey Kemper, Where do you get all your supplies from? Have you shopped price? I have a 21 footer in my garage with the floor torn out. Stringers are fairly decent (couple small repairs are needed) but i want to encapsulate them with glass and also the floor when I am done building it. Maybe you can direct me were to go!!!
04 September 2013 - 08:43 AMTo answer your questions, your post was removed for 2 reasons.
First off, it was a personal attack. (see the sticky thread about the forum rules)
Second, it included a photo of a child who's parent asked it be removed.
Hope that answers your questions.
Sounds like all you need to do is edit out the child and repost the pic. Instead of making it a personal attack, Just quote out exactly what the dude said himself. lol...there are ways around everything. My guess is a friendship on this forum is more important to somebody then the actual abuse that this guy allegedly did (not surprising) What is important though is that homeboy did find this post and read it then Daddymack, You did a great job cause If is was me, I would feel embarrassed for a long time. lol
27 August 2013 - 11:54 AM
I worked for Family tree removal For a long time, The owner of the company is one of my best friends. Give him a call. Joe 586-383-0655.
22 August 2013 - 01:43 PMYou can borrow mine if you like. What ever you do though, I would also use heat otherwise it is a 70 percent chance it will strip.