By Daniella Occhioli and Jessica D. BresnahanPublished Aug 09, 2018 10:52:30A car insurance company in California recently came under fire after it offered to cover a $500 car insurance claim for a woman whose car was totaled during a lightning strike that damaged parts of the vehicle.
The claim came after an insurance company had previously offered to help the woman recover some of the damage and repair her car.
When the woman went to get her car, she discovered that the insurance company would not pay for repairs she needed and instead would charge her for them.
“I’m very frustrated, I just feel like I have no choice,” the woman said in an interview with the San Francisco Chronicle.
“If I’m going to pay for repair to a car, why am I going to be charged for that?” she added.
“We’re not in a position where we can pay for this and they won’t help us.”
In a statement, the company said it has received complaints about the claim.
The company said that it would look into the matter and respond.
The woman’s claim was filed by the California Insurance Division.
The insurance company, Midwood Ambulance, said in a statement that the company “is committed to protecting all drivers.”
The statement added that “the state of California requires that all drivers be insured with our primary insurance policy and that we have policies for other vehicles.”
The insurer said that the woman had not paid for repairs on her vehicle.
It said she had requested a $100 reimbursement and had not yet received it.
The statement also said that because the woman’s vehicle had been damaged in a lightning storm, it was insured at $100 per day.