ABC Action News
11:24 PM, Apr 19, 2017
Small business owner Mike Hinsch’s trouble started after a mobile glass business replaced the windshields in three work trucks.
For teacher Kellie Clark it started with a stranger at the door. She says he indicated he was with her insurer and needed to check her roof for hail damage.
Done Rite roofing owner Jason Loiacanasecond
He confirmed the Clark’s needed a new roof, an $8,000 to $9,000 dollar job. But the AOBSimbro
AOB abuse occurs when contractors and attorneys inflate claims then sue the insurance companies for payment. Insurers often settle to avoid costly court fights.
House speaker Richard Corcoran says homeowners could see their bills increase 2 to 4 thousand dollars a year in the next 5 years if the legislature fails to pass one of the measures aimed at curbing AOB