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Hey, this is Justice Brakache from Peachstate Insurance. Where it is so sweet at the peach!

We all hear, “Why is my insurance so high?”  I know I say it.

Did you know Georgia has one of the highest loss ratios in the nation, in the entire nation of the United States of America, Georgia is one of the highest? Now that's because all these lawyers are filing bogus lawsuits. How many times a day do you see ads and commercials for lawyers? Why so many? Because they work!!

Get out of here with these billboard and TV lawyers because when you get in an accident these guys are filing crazy lawsuits and unfortunately a lot of these TV and billboard guys are filing bogus lawsuits! Insurance is settling these suits to stay out of court. You’ve heard it before.  It’s cheaper to settle than to fight a suit.

But why does that matter to you because when I was talking to Mrs. Avery with her poodle down at the dog groomer.

She said her rates are rocketing—they are raising prices constantly. And to me, that's not okay. Now in some cases, they're  not even offering policies in the state of Georgia anymore. They're just pulling straight out.

What can you do to not pay too much? Make your payments on time and renew your insurance on time. Be a responsible driver, and they won't raise your rates. That way you can stay so sweet at the peach.

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