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michael murphy

"Me" is certainly not the object of "want." It is the subject of the infinitive phrase "me...insurance." The entire infinitive phrase is the object of "want." After all, you don't really want ME; you want "me to claim expenses from your auto insurance."
Incidentally, the only time the subject of a verb is in the objective case is when it is the subject of an infinitive.

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