Good morning, lieblings! Facebook would not allow me to send these email addresses to Liberty Mutual’s legal department (email@example.com). For some reason, lm violates community standards. I don’t have time to figure that one out, so I can put anything I like on my page. There you go.
There is also an address for reporting fraud, firstname.lastname@example.org. However, I think they want fraud committed against the insurance company reported, and they care not for notifications that they are defrauding customers.
All sorts of info, directive filters into my headspace. The title is a result of this seepage. Either I read this dictate, saw it in passing on television, likely in an ad, or it was splashed at me through subliminal advertising. Who knows?
Doing so many things in a day. Ramadan always calls for a period of adjustment, generally a turning around of activity. Eating and drinking can go on during the night, but dawn sees the resumption of the fast. Day is now for contemplation. Night is for getting things done.
Night offers quiet. Getting things done must be accomplished in quiet. It is a blessing. It is calming. It is a refuge from the surrounding madness. The homeless remain, increasing in number. What need have I for pictures when the blind cannot see them? Mummy could ignore a lot of things because she was deaf in one ear. Ceaseless drips from a faucet set my teeth on edge.
Type, don’t write. Need to read more Faulkner and O’Connor. 1955 was a significant year. Read Faulkner’s coverage of the Kentucky Derby of 1955 in Sports Illustrated. Got no need for sports, but I do love horseracing. So many Black men built that sport. Built the South. Built the nation. But The Misfit runs the nation right now. Flannery said so.
The recitation continues. May your Ramadan bear fruit.
Haven’t knitted a thing in days! Thought April would never end. Now, the day after May Day, International Workers Day, I must pick up my work in progress and add a lifeline as an afterthought because my Bird’s Eye Lace section is off.
A day without knitting is like a day without knitting, I tell you what. I don’t like having to do without. So many tasks to accomplish in April, but at the least my property taxes have been paid and should be lower the next time I have to pay them. Nothing is more sure than death and taxes.
Completed my interview with Pissed Consumer. That was difficult as it was hard to find a neutral background in this rectangular rat trap.
Spoke with Building and Safety and have to laugh every time I think of the excuse I was given for the CFO (Certificate of Occupancy) that was issued to Vince Paglia having an issue date of 21 September 2017 when the structure wasn’t given final approval for occupancy until 11 January 2018. CONSUMER ALERT A contractor submits the CFO to the insurance adjuster to receive payment. It is a form of proof of work completed. Vince Paglia had this document in February though the Permit Date on the CFO is March 2017. My home was demolished in February 2017, the month the first check was issued to Paglia. There is no itemized statement in my claim file to provide a breakdown of the payment and Kent Stiles will not provide the statements no matter how many times I request them.
I asked the representative from Building and Safety if it was usual to issue a CFO when there was no structure standing on the property and was told no, the issue date was a “typo”. In 30 April 2019, the CFO issue date of 21 September 2017 is damn near two years old. Helluva duration for a “typo”. If I’d never brought the discrepancy to anyone’s attention, that “typo” would be word.
It takes a long time to get over being gaslighted for a couple of years and then having to go through the grueling ordeal of uncovering the evidence, following clues to get a documentation trail established. Research and investigations is long, tedious, hard work.
A typo. Picture me laughing.
According to the associate insurance compliance officer with the State of California Department of Insurance, Safeco Insurance has handled my claim in complete compliance with the Insurance Code and the Fair Claims Settlement Practices Regulations. Therefore, the following is all perfectly legal.
It is in compliance with the Insurance Code to respond to a claim 19 days after it is reported.
It is in compliance to fail to provide repeatedly requested documents that supersede an engineering report upon which claim settlement was based.
It is in compliance to fail to provide repeatedly requested itemized statements that accompanied checks paid to the contractor that should be in the claim file.
It is in compliance to fail to provide documentation of a whole-house red tag, upon which the destruction of my home and undamaged workshop was based that should be in the claim file.
It is in compliance to fail to report the rebuilding of my home, to carry the claim as repair only, and to fail to report the changes to Underwriting.
It is in compliance to falsify documents like the statement that itemized more than $80K of goods and services that were not performed nor were installed at this site.
It is in compliance to ignore consumer’s repeated reports of malfeasance.
It is in compliance to fail to honor the fiduciary responsibility the insurance company owes the consumer.
“Black History Matters” by B(L)ITISH. https://medium.com/p/2bd9461475f2