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Now, I Am Believed

Well, well. As Safeco hired the Independent Inspector, I expect to never see his report. When he presented himself here, he seemed fair and even-handed, I might even say fair-dealing emanated from him. I must be radiating some sort of freneticism because all men wind up talking to my son. I think they hear me, but they talk to him. At first I rather despised this male habit, but once […]

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Why Safeco and Protech are Fired: Insurance/Contractor Scam

In conversation with the State Contractors License Board, I learned that the relationship between a contractor and insurance adjuster is private, that no one is privy to what goes on during the claims process between them. This characteristic of the claims process works against the consumer, as I am a living example. Protech did everything to make the outside of the building look good, but it is deteriorating before my […]

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Is This Fraud, Larceny, or What?

  Just made 63. The struggle is real. Safeco, Liberty Mutual has provided the claim file. I have found $28-30K of discrepancies. Safeco has foisted the burden to the contractor, who was brought into the deal by the Safeco adjuster. I asked the adjuster about the remaining claim funds in October and she refused to answer my question, went incommunicado for two months. When she did surface, it was indirectly, […]

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Who does their jobs anymore?

Two months ago I contacted an attorney to see about suing my bk attorney for interfering with my case and allowing Beal Bank to steal money from me they were not owed. I was referred to an attorney who is reputed to be quite creative, and I need someone with imagination to help me because more and more entities keep piling on in abusing me. I got the paralegal from […]

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The Longest Year

The longest year has actually lasted 18 months and then some. It all started on Earth Day, 2016, when my mom (of blessed memory) laid a tree limb on top of my home. I was sitting in the house, in the bedroom, near Mom’s sewing corner. I heard the limb crack and waited for the whoosh that follows the falling limb when it falls from a height. This time, there […]

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