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This is the same guy who in one of his first posts wanted to sue the guy who boat broke louse and hit His as he was uninsured. Now he wants advice on how to sell a boat and hide a insurance check from the co-owner who he says is suit happy. I just don't like the way this one smells.

Link to his other post: Liability for damage during a storm?
I came her looking for advice, and now I stink?

Bubb2: you really should be reading the entire sequence of posts (of both of my threads) before you start making me look bad in front of the sailing community here. Most of the folks offered very good advice and really helped me get the incident settled...out of court.

I wasn't out to sue anybody, and as a matter of fact I could have sued Erie for more, but I am satisfied with their offer

If my former partner was still involved with owning the boat he'd be sueing the other guy for an astronomical amount!

A title with two persons name on it is no longer an issue here either.
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I came her looking for advice, and now I stink?

Bubb2: you really should be reading the entire sequence of posts (of both of my threads) before you start making me look bad in front of the sailing community here. Most of the folks offered very good advice and really helped me get the incident settled...out of court.

I wasn't out to sue anybody, and as a matter of fact I could have sued Erie for more, but I am satisfied with their offer

If my former partner was still involved with owning the boat he'd be sueing the other guy for an astronomical amount!

A title with two persons name on it is no longer an issue here either.

if this is all true then why are you posting?
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if this is all true then why are you posting?
At the time I posted I thought I'd have a problem selling the boat.
Later today, I talked someone at a Boat dealer and found out that boat titles are no longer being used.
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bless your heart! by the way they gave you $1800 to go away, most local insurance offices have 2500 to 5000 authority.
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Many a person with GOOD CREDIT are the ones with no skills on the road or at sea..I despise insurance company's who use CREDIT CHECKS as abaility to do something..Some people pay off everything and don't need credit and have more time to hone their skills...Time insurance company's started going back to expierence...Especially with credit hawks just waiting to ruin someones credit to GET MORE INTEREST...the credit check in insurance is the biggest SCAM of all times...
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It is a fact that a disproportionate number of insurance claims come from people that are behind on their bills. A house that is 2 or more payment's late is 1/3 more likely to burn than a house that current on it's mortgage. In the business we call it a friction fire. That is when the Insurance policy starts rubbing up against the mortgage coupon book.
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That may be ,but a good credit rate dont make you a good sailor..that simple and none of us on the Gulf coast trust insurance companys after they scammed us out of our land and homes after Ivan and katrina..Insurance used every loop hole and excuse NOT to pay while they boasted the biggest profits ever...big babies they were and they carpet bagged the gulf coast..time they all were investigated and the truth to their evil ways known...We are sick of the high rates and excuses
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