Your insurer has to ask certain questions for every claim, and it doesn't matter if you've had previous claims and you think they know the answers to the questions they're asking. Realize that insurance adjusters do a large volume business and I really doubt they remember your details.
You shouldn't take this so personally or be so sensitive about them doing their job. You can't sue them, because this isn't harassment.
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