Speaker 1: 00:00 My question is, I was recently changed homeowners insurance to another company. Yeah. Now they called me a price and when I went to go sign up with them, they said you have to bring us your declaration of your past insurance company. Right. So that to me just seems kind of wrong cause it shows on there the coverage and what I was paying. It’s almost as if you’re giving them a reason to raise the price.
Speaker 2: 00:38 Well the thing is if you don’t, if you don’t take it, then they don’t have any proof that you had insurance before. And they absolutely will raise the price. Something else that you might want to keep track of is a, they’re going to send an inspector out to look at your house and when they come back and say, Oh, you know what, we see a little bit of damage on the roof. Either replaced the roof, we’re going to raise your premiums. They can do all that stuff. And it’s unfortunate, but I mean that’s the way insurance companies are. And that’s why you need to have some big top flight. Take no prisoners, lawyer like Justin Grove or Brian Daley come and knock a few of those insurance heads around. What do you say, Justin? Yeah, I mean, the deck page issue, it is, you know, they’re going to say they want that to make sure that you had insurance, but you know, like he says, you’re going to tell them what they’re paying too. So I mean, in an unscrupulous insurance company is shocking to me. Brian. Yeah, me too. Anyway.