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Don’t say “my guy.” He’s not “my
Yes he’s your guy. Who’re we
insured by my client. So don’t make
him “my guy.”
Okay, fine, my point is he -- the
doesn’t deny any of these things
Yes. These five things.
Wait. Hold it, hold it, hold it.
Not five things, one thing.
Clearly, it’s five things.
Well -- I’m sorry -- it’s not clear
to me. Five things? Explain it to
Okay, then tell me what happened,
tell me the story in a way that
makes sense. For five things.
Fine. Absolutely. Your guy -
Not my guy. Insured by my client.
five guys. The five guys who hired
not honoring your claim.
You mean my client is not honoring
the claim. The insurance company.
we’re all clear on
who’s who here.
claim. They do, Mr. Bates, every
single legitimate claim. Up to the
$100,000 per accident in the case of
this man’s policy. And this is one
claim, according to your
description. “He hit my five guys.”
accident, one one one, losing
control of the car and hitting five
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