Re: Woman Disappears 1st Day of Mold Trial~Detroit
Posted by sharon on 2/06/10
On 2/05/10, johncodie wrote:
> On 2/05/10, Sharon wrote:
>> This is an odd one:
> Indeed touching.
> Due to the emotional strain on the family group, a large
> percentages of families that go into litigation ending the
> marriage. That is one of the reasons I've recommended to
> walk outside and take a long breath of fresh air before
> committing the family to what will be a huge committment of
> time and resources without any short term financial success.
> We survived six years, and no amount of money will replace
> those critial years of childrens assurance of a home. Its
> not so much of the exposure of mold toxins, but the enormous
> amounts of effort the insured has to endure with
> documentation, and self remidiation, that I believe the
> insurance industry use to divide and conqure. The have all
> your financial records, and can monitor, your actions, and
> the results of their denials. It should be illegal but its
> not. At most they are guilty of breach of contract.
> It is very hard to go from success and a life style that we
> feel comfortable in, to fighting for your financial last
> dollar, and emotional security, to have to go back into
> litigation after years only to have that re-lived. The
> industry is masters at divide and degrade.
> Personalities split, double lives can begin, and sometimes
> you just want to get on a bus to now where without any
> documentation. Just disapear. Begin a new life.
> We just pray Joann Matouk Romain has been rescued and has
> the time to regroup, and refocus, and rebuild, and let those
> who know and love her what she needs to be made whole again.
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