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December 31, 1997
"These cases against 20th Century and Allstate quite frankly are the worst conduct I've ever seen by insurance companies. They used a number of fraudulent schemes to avoid payment. 20th Century was willing to take the insured's premiums for earthquake coverage, knowing that if a quake came, they would never indemnify for the loss. Allstate essentially did the same thing and they had the money to pay it." NAME: David A. Prestholt AGE: 41 HOME: Pasadena PROFESSION: Attorney.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 31, 1997
"These cases against 20th Century and Allstate quite frankly are the worst conduct I've ever seen by insurance companies. They used a number of fraudulent schemes to avoid payment. 20th Century was willing to take the insured's premiums for earthquake coverage, knowing that if a quake came, they would never indemnify for the loss. Allstate essentially did the same thing and they had the money to pay it." NAME: David A. Prestholt AGE: 41 HOME: Pasadena PROFESSION: Attorney.
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March 24, 1988 | JOHN KENDALL, Times Staff Writer
Allegations that two Southern California cemeteries have conducted multiple cremations, commingling the ashes of the deceased and returning the commingled remains to unsuspecting relatives, will be investigated by the California Cemetery Board, a state official said Wednesday. "Multiple cremation is absolutely inexcusable, intolerable and illegal, except in certain circumstances requiring written authorization of next of kin," said John Gill, the board's executive officer. "We will investigate."
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