Mike Dwyer, president, Sinclair-Dwyer and Co. recounted an auto-medical payments claim filed by a woman due to injuries sustained by her left breast.
The insured — apparently endowed enough — got caught in her car door upon exiting. Making matters worse, the door locked with her keys safely in her purse — out of reach.
Somehow she managed to flag down a Good Samaritan who got her keys out of her purse and opened the door. Relishing in her freedom, she found the strength to drive herself to the hospital. She took a few stitches, however severe bruising made up the majority of her injuries.
The carrier paid about $3,800 under auto med pay for the emergency room visit and treatment.
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