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"On February 5, 2011, the unthinkable happened. My home of 25 years was destroyed due to an electrical fire. In moments, assets and memories of a lifetime were gone or damaged beyond repair. As I stood at the edge of my property, watching the fire crews attempt to save what little they could, I was filled with emotion and overwhelmed with the enormity of the work that lay ahead.
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Allstate Dropping 10,000 South Carolina Homeowners Policies
Allstate is the 2nd largest writer of homeowner insurance in SC. It has about 140,000 policies vs State Farm's 300,000 policies. Allstate beginning with policies that renew October 9, 2012 will not offer the option to renew to homeowner policies that cover homes insured for less than $220,000, that are over 10 years old and lack a motor vehicle insurance policy with Allstate which was effective prior to March 11, 2012.
Allstate stated they needed to drop these customers to remain financially strong for all customers. This latest move affects about 10% of Allstate's customers in SC.
Claims Journal July 16, 2012