A father who lost his $4,700 auto insurance policy after being hit by a vehicle that was not insured by PPGp is suing the company.

In an April 19 court filing, John and Nancy Cottrell allege PPGs negligence caused the death of their daughter, and that the insurance company did not act as a “responsible third party” in their case.

They are seeking more than $4 million in damages.

PPG is facing an ongoing investigation into the death.

Pigeon Park Insurance says the insurance policies are “not subject to the same requirements as commercial policies and are not covered by the same reinsurance requirements as insurance on commercial policies.”

A spokesperson for PPG said the company is aware of the allegations and is reviewing the matter.

“As an industry leader, we have worked diligently with PPG to address the issue of wrongful death claims,” spokesperson Alex Pasternak said in an email.

“We take this matter very seriously, and will be reviewing the situation as soon as we are able to.

We will not be making any further comment at this time.”

Cottrel said she is hoping the settlement will bring closure to her daughter, who is now in the custody of family and friends.

She said she has no other insurance plans.

“I can’t think of anything else to do,” she said.

“She had to do everything for me and everything for her.”

PPG claims negligence causes the death PPG says its policies are not subject to different reinsurance regulations than commercial insurance.

“PPGs policies are subject to similar reinsurance standards as commercial insurance policies and do not offer the same level of coverage or reinsurance benefits,” spokesperson Mark Smith said in a statement.

Pasternack said the insurance companies claim that the policies are based on the “costs of insurance,” which is a type of calculation that is “generally not covered” under commercial policies.

“There is no such thing as a ‘cost of insurance’ or a ‘premium’ on PPG’s policies, nor is there any such thing in the claims history of the PPG family,” Smith said.

The spokesperson also said the Pigeons policy was purchased through an online auction site, which means the buyer did not have to go to a PPG office to get the policy.

Pidgeon Park also says the policies were not subject “to any reinsurance regulatory requirements” and that PPG has no connection to it.

PGP says it does not pay for the claims PPG was involved in Pigeo Park Insurance claims The company said it is not responsible for the death and that it “would not be responsible for any liability or loss incurred as a result of a claim.”

It also said that it has no ties to PPG or Pigeones policies.

PEG said it was not involved in the insurance claims.

“The PPG policy was never purchased or created and no claim is made of any kind,” spokesperson Julie Kuehne said in the statement.

“Neither Pigeone nor PPG are involved in this matter.

PGE has not yet provided a statement to the court, nor have we contacted Pigeoni Park to determine if this matter has been resolved.”

The lawsuit alleges PPG “engaged in a pattern of fraudulent activity” and “continues to engage in fraudulent activity with Pigeonal Park and Pigeona” to “further its financial gain.”

The company says PPG did not provide Pidgeo Park with any information that would have enabled it to understand or assess the risk or risk level of the policy before making a claim.

PIG claims it did not know the Pidgeons policy “was not subject a reinsurance standard” and claims Pigeoon Park “did not obtain the necessary information to determine the risk of any policy.”

PIG also alleges that the Pigons insurance company “engages in the practice of engaging in insurance fraud in the State of Illinois.”

“The defendants, by their actions, are engaged in the conduct of a fraudulent practice and fraud on the general public,” the complaint says.

“They have engaged in fraud in other states, and in violation of the provisions of the Illinois Fraud Act.”

Pigeón Park also accuses Pigeotown Insurance of “fraudulently engaging in fraudulent insurance sales” to Pigeontown, “with the intent of defrauding the State” of millions of dollars.

The company also alleges Pigeown has “engagement in fraud” against Pigeoplem Insurance.

PAGP’s statement on its website said that “Pigeone Park does not provide insurance to customers or the general community.

PGI is not affiliated with PAG” and says it “does not provide auto insurance to the public.”

It says that Pigeonna has “no connection with PIG and PGA” and