Doherty said, "My house was severely damaged. You walked into the house, and it just reeked of smoke. I tried, I communicated with my insurance company. I got passed around from claims adjuster to claims adjuster, so I ended up suing State Farm, and the result has been one of the most horrific processes I have ever been through."
While State Farm revealed, a statement filed, the actress, which read, "plaintiff's plan at trial to garner sympathy by her contention that State Farm must rebuild her entire house because she has breast cancer and COPD."
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Moreover, State Farm also claimed in court documents that they already paid over $1 million to clean and repair the plaintiff's house and personal property for temporary housing and furniture rental. Despite all that, State Farm revealed the actress still alleges she is entitled to additional benefits under her Homeowner's policy.
On Thursday, February 6, 2020, Shannen's attorney responded to State Farm's allegation and said, "hat line – and I wonder where it comes from – is just another example of continuing inexplicable hostility, contempt and unreasonable behavior toward its insured."
The attorney further added, "Shannen's health is not only relevant (to the case), but also the amount of time State Farm is taking from her. … She is dying. Her life is finite right now. So the fact that they're taking her time right now is just as egregious."
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