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Assignment of Benefits—A Moral Hazard! But, Fehr and Laub are just the proverbial tip of the iceberg! Consider the affidavit of this single mom —a 9th grade math teacher trying to do the right thing. Duped by a man pretending to represent her insurance company, she unwittingly embarked on a voyage of threats and intimidation from a roofing contractor she identified as Simbro Group, LLC.
He told me he was with the insurance company and was from disaster recovery unit…He said he wanted to go on my roof and I was very leery of him doing that.
He then said he had a paper to sign…The entire time Mr. Dykes spoke as though he was with my insurance company. After he saw the policy, he then kept referring to Heritage, and I assumed Stupid on my part that he was with MY insurance company.
Then, they submit a grossly inflated invoice to the insurer they were pretending to represent.
Kellie Clark was suspicious. She attempted to do the right thing. She sent the check back. She sought an estimate for roof damage from someone else. But, the roofer representative seemed to know exactly when the check arrived and, according to the affidavit, said: He then walked into my garage.
He then returned to beating on my door. I watched him through the kitchen window, and did not open the door. I was afraid of what he might do, the way he was beating on the door. I find this more than a coincidence that I had just received the check. See Note 1 and possible related information in Note 2 below.
As always, I am willing to print, in total, any response anyone may have to the implications of Ms. In addition to roofers like Simbro, there are water firms like Pro Choice Remediation.
Kellie Clark has been afraid to live in hers. But… you will see the faces of those who can eliminate it and, so far, have chosen not to do so. Here are just some of the troubling comments made in the letter.
Read it yourself and as you do, remember…the roofer had yet to perform any work on Kellie Clarks house. They will also do a drive by inspection to determine if you have installed the roof. If you have not they will not sell you home insurance. This holds true to all insurance carriers. You will initially see a few small spots on a ceiling or wall.
Now the damage starts to cost a lot of money. Your insurance will not cover this damage since you did not get a new roof installed or take steps to prevent further damage.
This is a serious health hazard and a silent killer. If you do not pay this invoice within 30 days I will start foreclosure action on your house.
Perhaps unrelated, perhaps not, is the recent Sun Sentinel report regarding a mole at Heritage Insurance Company. The allegation is that an attorney and a water extractor were in cahoots with an employee of Heritage that was illegally sharing proprietary and confidential claim information to harm Heritage and to unjustly enrich themselves.
Presumably the employee was being paid. If true, two questions emerge: Enter your email address where indicated.Sep 08, · As the Wall Street Journal’s Dan Henninger observes, the president’s loyal base, consisting of roughly a third of the voting public, is going to .
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