Progressive Insurance Company’s Conduct is Reprehensible in Georgia

What could be scarier this Halloween?

Tonight on Anderson Cooper 360° prepare to hear a chilling story of lies and deceit as the story
of two everyday Americans are haunted by undercover agents in their own
church.

Progressive Insurance willingly accepted the premiums that Bill and Leandra
Pitts paid them each month for UM Insurance. After a car crash in Henry
County that left the Pitts with injuries and damages not covered by the
at-fault driver, they turned to their UM coverage to pay for what was
left-the coverage that they had dutifully paid for every month.

Progressive Insurance, in an attempt to save a buck, hired two undercover
private investigators to follow the Pitts in their community and to their
church where the two agents posed as prospective members. Taking the deceit
to incredible lengths, the two agents talked their way into a private
Bible-study held in a private home and were privy to intimate and personal
disclosures of the church members. Progressive hoped that they would
discover something that would free them from covering the damages. But they
didn’t.

The Pitts, after hiring GTLA member Wayne Grant, have filed suit against
Progressive Insurance alleging that the company’s spooky tactics against
their own clients went too far. Tonight, Anderson Cooper on CNN will look
into the case.