The list of insurance agent Kevin Donnellan’s potential victim clients runs for 70 pages, with about 650 names. They think they have insurance for their homes and cars. They may not, and could be financially wiped out in a heartbeat.
Officials are trying to contact the St. Joseph, Miss. man’s clients to warn them. Donnellan stole client premiums without buying them coverage he promised. They’re dangerously uninsured in case of a life-altering catastrophe such as a crash or fire. Read article
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The list of insurance agent Kevin Donnellan’s potential victim clients runs for 70 pages, with about 650 names. They think they have insurance for their homes and cars. They may not, and could be financially wiped out in a heartbeat. Read article