A New York woman was still reeling from the death of her 71-year-old mother when she received a letter from the driver’s insurance company. A note of condolence, perhaps? Not quite: The company demanded the woman pay more than $6,000 for damages to the 2012 BMW that killed her mother. Daniel Flanzig , attorney for the victim's daughter, Monica, who asked that her last name not be used, told The Huffington Post, “this was not just a form letter issued by an insurance company, but rather a conscious decision by the company to get their money back from this family for the damage to their insured's vehicle, damage that was caused by striking and killing Anna". Click here to read the entire story.