Dollars on the Highway

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McClelland and Stewart, 1967 - Automobile insurance - 158 pages
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This little book is valuable to the average policyholder who feels intimidated by insurance agents, adjustors and the companies they represent. The role of the adjustor and the legal obligations of the company to its policyholders is examined and explained.
The style of writing makes the book interesting to read. Mr Randall was not a novelist . If you knew him, the reason for the writing style would become apparent. I knew him later in his life and liked him very much. He was very sincere about the value of what he had written and assured me it was still relevant 30 years later.
According to him, there was some effort within the insurance industry to suppress his book.
 

Contents

Foreword by H A D Oliver Preface
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Introduction
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The Accident
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Copyright

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