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Nov 05, 2007



Nationwide is an insurance company. So apparently they are on your side against the guy you just ran into with your car. Unless of course, they are also insuring the car you ran into, which leaves the quandary you mention above. Whose side would they really be on? Like most insurance companies, they are on the side that costs them the least amount of money, their own.

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