What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? South Carolina
The insurance company requested for evaluation on high value item Big TV 52" LCD cost $2200, Personal Computer (custom built ), But for other low value and old items they didnt require it. So to cut the story short I submitted the evaluation for big TV for repair would cost $600++ ,After finding out there's an option of repair or replacement cost, They insist that since it can be repair then the repair will prevail first. But for the old TV they are willling to pay for replacement cost of $470 and yet this one they didnt require to have evaluation. Now Im insisting to them to have the 52" TV instead of repair I would prefer for a replacement cost. They insist that it should be repair, Now the issue is why is it for the high value item they go for repair and for the low value item they are willing for replacement isnt it should be standard approach. Take note that my coverage covers for the value of the item whatever that cost of it when you first bought it. Whats the next best thing should I do in order to prevail what Im insisting. Thanks for any adviceWhat is the name of your state (only U.S. law)?