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Why is it denied?

Nationwide insurance company investigated my vehicle and stated another key was used to start my car and that I did not turn in the other keys when I stated at every time that I bought the vehicle from a private owner and I only had one key.

Therefore because my key was not used to start the vehicle last, nationwide denies my claim and say I have another key..??? What do I do from here?



Well, it seems like there are a lot of facts missing here. The insurance company should put the denial in writing.

Require a writing and talk to a lawyer immediately.

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Nov 13, 2011
by: trevor

I did get an attorney and I did receive in writing my claim denial..I had to pick up the vehicle and it is missing the ignition. Why do they even keep the ignition? If it is not there property? My attorney sent the request in to the state to take matters up but how long does that process take to get a response? Where do I go from here?


Please contact your attorney. She has the best answers regarding your specific situation.

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