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Old 01-23-2014, 08:41 AM   #15
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I've read that thread. Not good! Try Blue Sky, we went the progressive route for one year then with no claims and I mean zero they raised our rates and lowered our coverage. I have not had to use Blue Sky but there are no bad reviews that I found. Many on the forum use them so the exposure is high. Also, they ONLY cover RV's. IMO this is good!
they do cover auto's, as right after i signed up with them for rv. i switched from geico to them an saved over $450. so much for the little geco. sent him back to the outback . gieco was 1800/progressive was 2500 for rv. blue sky $540. auto was 1475 w/geico blue was $1008. an coverage was better than wht i had.
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Thank you. I was under the impression from the agent that they only handled RV insurance. Maybe he said they specialize in RV ins? I would hope someone will read this thread that has had a claim handled by Blue Sky. Like to know their experience as to good or bad!
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Old 01-24-2014, 08:04 AM   #17
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We have Allied on our current RV and did on previous one.. We had a claim on our current RV resulting from a rouge Kangaroo fire ring that jumped out at me during our first trip, while backing into a spot at night. :-/. They handled my claim professionally and without issue. Their initial estimate came in low compared to the RV dealership who I hired for the body work, and I took more of an active role in getting the two together than I may have needed to. But ultimately Allied came up in their estimate to cover it all--no fighting required, just additional photos and conversations between them and the repair dealer. The only complaint I would have, and this is VERY minor, is that my claim officer changed 3 times during the months from initial phone call to final (6 months or so).
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I have just filed a claim for damage caused by a fence post jumping out at me. Funny how that happens.
Anyway, I have Allied and I have nothing but good things to say about them. I had my RV broken in to at the same lot with the errant fencepost.
They paid up in full pronto. I had a check within 2 weeks of submitting claim. Claim adjuster was really helpful and considerate.
I'll report on how they handle this claim which will be substantial.
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