Re: Woman Disappears 1st Day of Mold Trial~Detroit
Posted by johncodie on 2/05/10
On 2/05/10, Sharon wrote:
> John Codie,
> That was VERY WELL written and true. You are absolutely
> People who find themselves in a position of possibly having to
> litigate against their insurers to be made financial whole;
> need to go into the matter with eyes fully opened of what that
> really means to one's life.
> It is not a matter of avoiding litigation at ALL costs, but it
> IS a matter of understanding the "costs" of years of
> when making the decision.
> We tried to settle ours without litigating for nearly a year.
> But then our insurer sued us in a declaratory relief action
> not accepting $30K for making house unlivable. We had no
> choice but to countersue them, the remediator and the
> lab that falsely cleared the house after the botched
> Let's hope this woman turns up okay. I have ABSOLUTELY
> to base this thought on, but it would seem logical to me that
> if there was a divorce in the past couple of years; perhaps
> there is something this woman was dreading be discussed on the
> witness stand to be rehashed in front of her children. No
> doubt, they have already suffered enough. And no doubt, the
> insurer would have made them suffer through it.
Neither the time or place to speculate when family members are
fearful. Being human I am sure there are clues that the
authorities are already watching for signs of her intentions,
either rationale or unplanned.
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