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Chef Grills GEICO over Claim Denial Allegations
Date:4/2/2009

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y., April 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Chef and caterer to the stars, Dean Kropp, challenged the practices of GEICO Auto Insurance, health insurance agencies and government agencies who denied injury claims, in his scathing expose, "A Bone to Pick"... and he won.

After receiving serious back injuries from not one, but two auto accidents, Kropp spent seven painful years attempting to have his health benefits covered, first by his auto insurance, GEICO; then by his health insurance; and finally by the government. "A Bone to Pick" bares the fraudulent insurance practices meant to deny honest claims for the coverage an injured person needs to heal and recover. As an advocate for fair insurance practices, Dean Kropp has forged the Declaration of Injured Persons' Rights to band the public together as a force to fight back against deceitful insurance practices.

Kropp's caveat, "A Bone to Pick," forewarns unwitting accident victims, who count on these agencies to pay for the services meant to heal and compensate them, how to navigate the maze of courtrooms, doctors, attorneys and insurance agencies to ensure they receive their deserved benefits. There is little consequence for insurance companies that deny legitimate claims for the sole purpose of attempting to avoid their contractually obligated payment to the policyholder. Dean Kropp is fighting the uphill battle for fair compensation for all.

Dean Kropp is an award-winning pastry chef, actor, author and caterer to the stars. "A Bone to Pick" is available on Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, Borders.com or from special order at your local bookstore. For more information on Kropp and "A Bone to Pick," please visit www.abonetopickbydeankropp.com, or call the publisher Wheatmark Inc. directly at 1-888-934-0888 ex 2 for a review copy. The ISBN number is 978-1-60494-047-3.


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