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The Westwood insurance company is on the run.
In fact, the Westwood Insurance Agency is being sued by the family of one of its employees for wrongful death after his car was stolen from his home.
The Westwood Agency has been plagued by lawsuits since it was formed in the early 1990s.
In 2012, Westwood sued the family that owns the Westglen home in the name of the man who had been working at the agency, claiming he had no rights under the law.
The Westglens lost the lawsuit.
Westwood sued former Westglencate CEO Brian Egan in 2014, claiming Egan and his wife, Lisa, had taken the home in a separate action, and that Lisa Egan had been falsely accused of making a false claim about the agency’s insurance policies.
Egan was fired from Westwood in 2014.
Egan was the Westside’s insurance agency manager until he left for his own private business.
A spokesperson for Westwood said that he left Westwood after the lawsuit was filed.
Egon and Lisa Egon have not commented publicly on the lawsuit, but Westwood’s insurance claims administrator, Jim Ligman, told Fox News that the lawsuit had been settled and that there was nothing more to say.
The insurance company has been hit hard by the Westgate shooting.
According to the National Shooting Sports Foundation, the agency lost $1.7 billion in 2016 alone.
It has been criticized by lawmakers for not adequately monitoring and protecting its customers.
The agency is also facing lawsuits for alleged fraud and misrepresentation in the case of a Westwood agent who was allegedly paid to lie about the amount of his annual premium.
The agency was hit with a class-action lawsuit filed in 2017, which was settled out of court last year.