Not sure if its this specific location, but if you get in an accident with a Nationwide customer, get an attorney.They will compensate you with a small check maybe a couple hundred, the agent; Judith McCarthy who works from home, verbally agreed that the medical release form was just a starter that if any medical problems arose to certainly get it taken care of.
Lie. Also for an insurance company I guess they don't provide good auto insurance, because I had to reinstate my insurance provider, Geico, with liability and collision in order to get a rental for work. Reimbursement, no way! I own my vehicle out right, cancelled insurance while it was in the shop, was assured I'd be reimbursed and for a messily $100 dollars not happening.
A lot of money for me, for an insurance company, not so much.probably would have been no out of pocket expense for them to put insurance on the rental but did they?No, Nationwide IS NOT ON your side and certainly not those of others on the road.