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No. Insurance companies do not take into account ones socioeconomic status when adjusting claims with one exception.

The only place your income level would have any bearing at all in a claim is when their are lost wages that need to be covered. The company would naturally need to know your pay rate in order to calculate the amount of lost wages.

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