When all regular avenues of complaint have been used and found inadequate there remains another avenue: Claim for Damages.
Before a state or local governing body can be sued in small claims court, a Claim for Damages must be filed. If the body denies the claim, one can then proceed to small claims court to sue. If the claim is accepted, one must wait for the investigation to be completed. If the outcome of the investigation is unsatisfactory, then suit can be filed.
Trevor Haaswyk was the Safeco adjuster who responded to my claim 19 days after I logged it.
He sent an engineer here to assess the damage. Donan’s engineer’s report said there was no structural damage to my storage unit, nor was there any damage to any other part of the house, save the bedroom.
Proof, I did not imagine Trevor Haaswyk.
Proof, Kent Stiles and Vince Paglia conspired to defraud me.
Proof, Kent Stiles signed off on and “paid” for the destruction of my home.
Every time I have to pay my Safeco premium, I feel nausea. Why do I continue to pay them? Kent Stiles reported the cause of my claim as water damage to the powers that be that get to know you have made a homeowner’s claim. Because of your claim, just like when you make an auto claim, your rates go up. But, depending on the degree of liability, rates can be raised disproportionately. Example: My damage was caused by the winds. Stiles reported this as water damage. Another insurance provider wanted $200 more to insure this worthless piece of brand new house. So, forced to stay with Safeco despite their robbing me.