What are you talking about?
If Allstate doesn't feel they can make money selling insurance in a particular location that's their choice - not yours and not the state's.
If you think it is such a money making opportunity then you sell insurance there. That's how free markets work.
The more states regulate insurance companies the more shortages there will be in insurance. It isn't rocket science... Anything you put price controls on soon is in short supply and yet people are bent on doing just that over and over again... Stupid is as stupid does.
posted on 12/08/2006 6:45:42 AM PST
Hey, I said that Allstate has everyright in the world not to sell homeowners insurance in New Jersey if they don't want to - or any other state either.
And New Jersey should tell Allstate that if they are unwilling to insure homeowners in New Jersey, they should take ALL their business elsewhere.
Insurance companies are parasitres run by a bunch of shysters who compete with their fellow shysters - the trial court attorneys in screwing Americans.
posted on 12/08/2006 7:52:18 AM PST
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