Always on Shabbos, the Safeco adjuster who demonstrated bad faith has sent me an email, updating me on the status of my property, and threatening my housing again because the insurance company is not responsible for providing housing if my house is “livable.”
I wonder if she thought the place was livable when she told me to move in with the mounds of dirt in both the front and back yard, an open trench, down power lines, no power to the house, no gas, and the property unsecured because her workers threw away my fencing.
Inside, there is a partially inaccessible kitchen cabinet, no electrical outlet for my dryer, no shutters or window draperies. At the time she told me to move, there was no power, no gas, so no heat, no hot water. Outside, there is no front porch. As there is only one door, everything has to come through the living room. There is only a plywood step for entry. This is complete? This is ready for move-in? This is livable?
I am now searching for other entities to protect my interests. The time estimate for completion of my house expired long ago. Insurance Commission is one entity, Adult Protective Services is another. I feel she is abusing me financially as I asked her about the funds available in the account three months ago and still have not received an answer to that question. I guess she is trying to salvage her kickback, so she is attempting to rush me into an incomplete setting so she can close the case.
The adjuster had the gall to act as if she had not subjected me to poor treatment, and suggested I stop saying mean and hurtful things about her. I wrote her supervisor to say that I stand behind my accusations of bad faith and that those accusations are documented with text and video evidence. This witch is trying to spin a narrative that fits her lies. She is busier covering it up than three kittens in a litter box.