Why Insurance Companies Try to Limit Payouts
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Why do insurance companies try to limit pay outs in car-pedestrian accidents?

In Massachusetts, insurance companies do their very best to limit pay outs for pedestrian, bicyclist, automobile accidents. It costs automobile insurance companies significant amount of money to take care of all the medical expenses, and lost wages, and compensation for pain and suffering that result from these types of accidents. It’s to the insurance company’s benefit to limit as best as they can the amount of pay out that they’ll make on a claim such as those.

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