Georgia farm bureau insurance

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Dec 14, 2018
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Looking for executive contact information for Georgia Farm Bureau Insurance Casualty. My sister had a accident with a deer a few weeks ago and she reported the accident immediately to this insurance company. The adjuster has dragged out the claim for now a month and a half. She has done everything he's asked to get the car fixed. She has even contact his supervisor to make him aware of the problem. the damage has become increasingly dangerous for her car to now be on the road. After some research I have discovered they rarely pay out claim owner it doesn't matter the tenure with the company. Based on the horrible Google Reviews they mainly do not pay claimants. She has tried to contact the supervisor (David Gibbons) of the adjuster (Daemeon Ward) no response. As suggested by Daemeon she have taken her vehicle to 3 technician for cost of damage and he is now asking her to repeat the process again. I really need help with this information. thank you in advance for any suggestions/information.

Maxx30
 
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The insurance company is not in great financial shape, which may be why the adjuster is dragging their feet— or could be inefficient.

Is the adjuster in house?