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Evergreen sues for $8.5 million in fire loss

Mar 17, 2012 | 4 Comments

By Nicole Montesano
Of the News-Register

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08:51 am - Sat, March 17 2012
Just Lookin said:
Hopefully the insurance company will fully investigate, to find out what if anything of value was in the barn. Old rusted worthless hulks more than likely. As they did when the storm hit Galveston base, they claimed a large loss of parts, which were actually loaded on trucks and transported to McMinnville. Ask about "hurricane Alicia" insurance claims also. It might prove enlightening or interesting.
01:20 pm - Sat, March 17 2012
OSC said:
If the cost to replace an old turkey barn is $1,200,000 to $1,500,000 ( I am estimating high) that leaves $7,300,000 to $7,000,000 for old airplane parts and forklifts, wheels, etc. I think Lloyds of London is smart to question this loss. This aint their first fire claim.
12:52 pm - Thu, March 22 2012
ItIsWhatItIs said:
evergreen was paying an insurance premium and now they have a claim - the insurance company shouldn't try to avoid paying it just because it's a larger amount. Investigate, yes, but don't try to screw your customers!
12:25 pm - Fri, March 23 2012
marovich1 said:
Only Evergreen would have insurance settlements as a major category of income.

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