An American dog that died in a car accident in the U.S. is the third-worst claim for catastrophic insurance in history, according to a study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
The company’s study found that the dog’s owner, an elderly woman, was unable to obtain insurance coverage for the accident because the insurance company could not locate her claim.
The dog, named Kala, was killed in the accident, which occurred in June, when a semi-truck driver was traveling at a high rate of speed when it struck a tree on the westbound side of Interstate 15 in Michigan.
The driver of the semi-trailer, who was driving with his dog, told police that Kala was not barking at him when he struck the tree.
Kala had previously been injured when she was hit by a car in Michigan in January.
The accident killed Kala’s owner and her husband, as well as the driver.
“This is a devastating tragedy,” said James J. Gorman, the institute’s chief insurance analyst.
“I would hope that insurance companies would do better in the future.”
The study said Kala died from a severe head injury to the head that caused a spinal cord injury.
The death is the deadliest car accident claim in U.K. history, and the third worst in the country, behind only the Great Barrier Reef and the Great Lakes.
Kailash Ranganathan, an insurance analyst at the Insurance Research Institute, said the crash had been covered by catastrophic insurance.
“It’s not just the loss of the dog, but the other people in the car,” he said.
Her owner, who had a dog and two cats, said she was going to try to return home when she noticed that her vehicle was in a ditch. “
Kala had been in a dog park in Virginia and was on her way to visit her husband when the accident happened.
“When I saw Kala I was very worried because she had a very small head, and it was really hard to get her out of the car.” “
The road was in the ditch, and I could see it coming,” the woman told the Washington Post.
“When I saw Kala I was very worried because she had a very small head, and it was really hard to get her out of the car.”
She tried to jump out of it but fell in and was found dead a few minutes later.
Police said Kailas owner did not attempt to call for help.
Police are investigating.
“She had no clue she had gone into a ditch,” Gorman said.
The woman who lives in Michigan was not injured.
Gagan and Ranganath said they are continuing to investigate the cause of the accident.
The institute’s study of the U, U. K., U. H., and U. L. disaster claims found that car accidents in the states that have experienced a major disaster in the last five years are at their worst, the largest percentage increases in claims.
That study said catastrophic coverage for catastrophic claims has been offered for accidents that occurred between 2007 and 2010.
The largest increases were in the Midwest states of Michigan and Wisconsin, where car accidents account for roughly 60% of all catastrophic claims.
In the U., Kailase’s claim is the fourth-highest among states.
In July, the Insurance Information Institute (III) reported that the rate of catastrophic claims for catastrophic events increased from 8% in 2007 to 19% in 2011, the year of the Great Recession.
That rate rose even further to 22% in 2012.
Givan and Raganathan said the number of catastrophic claim requests had been increasing in the aftermath of the devastating floods that hit Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi in 2013.
They also said that the number and type of catastrophic injury claims for Texas have been increasing as a result of the storms.
“If you’re going to be in a flood, there are going to come a time where the claim is going to get to the point where it’s no longer worth the risk,” said Givan.
“That’s the way it has to be, that’s the reality.”