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ONLY ON 3 UPDATE: Berger's car wreck claim settled


WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- The driver involved in a car accident with New Hanover County Commissioner Brian Berger last month is getting money for the damage to her car.

Angela Lilly says at first GEICO told her Berger was not covered. Berger was insured through GEICO on his BMW, but says he did not transfer the insurance to the Jeep he drove in the wreck.

After weeks of speaking with Berger and GEICO, Lilly will get $3,000. Lilly says her 1999 Saturn was totaled, and she will now have to find a new car.

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31/2 years

That's how much longer we'll have to wait for our mistake at the polls to be paid off. To think we (I) voted this idiot in!!!

Nice job Carolyn and Tom!

Bill Paid

Did the Teabaggers raise the money for him. Where does an unemployed teabagger get 3000 dollars? Who gave him the money?

"Auto Insurance Clearance"

"Auto Insurance Clearance" will give you a break if you buy two or more types of insurance. You may also get a reduction if you have more than one vehicle insured with the same company.

And now............

Scott Pickey et al can sleep at night.

WOW! I'm amazed that this

WOW! I'm amazed that this station remains committed in its follow through on Mr. Berger's foibles.

I was beginning to suspect that the quarter-witted troopers roughing up the lawyer's wife were NH County GOP operatives who agreed to fall on their swords for the benefit of the greater good.

Brian.... I'm happy that you arranged to pay for your accident. Now, make an effort to be at work on time.

There you have it

the accident has been settled. They paid her what the car was worth and if memory serves me provided a rental car.

He may be slow and unprofessional. Sadly, those are not criminal charges.