The Senate’s No. 2 Republican has become the industry’s No.
1 critic in Congress ever since he lost a house to Hurricane
Katrina in 2005. While Lott recently settled with his insurer,
State Farm, after a year-long court battle, he is continuing the
fight in the Senate. His experience, the senator says, has
convinced him that an industry he defended his entire career is
in need of reform.
“I’m like a woman scorned,” Lott says. “I’m prepared to
continue to kick their fanny until the last day I’m alive on
this Earth because they have mistreated too many people.”
And every taxpayer would probably want to kick some Allstate “fanny” if they read this.