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PostPosted: Sat Jun 06, 2009 12:51 pm   Post subject:   

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That thread occured during our post honeymoon period, the therapists and counselors have us speaking amicably to each other these days.
LaughingLaughingLaughing Oh my gosh Mike, you nearly made me spit my coffee on the key board!
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Right dear ?
Yes, snookie, you did just fine.. Wink Oh Mike that therapist was worth their weight in gold... Wink



Of course, we have differing opinions about certain or particular aspects of the biz/industry...That being said, we DO have mutal respect for each other, and that persons opinion, and most certainly their right to voice that opinion. I like to think that we have each helped the other to see different points of view, and maybe look at something a little differently. There are some aspects that we will never agree on...but we've come to the realization that is ok too...At the end of the day...this board is meant to assist the poster in anyway we can. That's hard to accomplish if there is constant bickering, no harm in a good old thread war, as long as it stays civil...when we stray from that, it isn't helping anyone..



As an example, I (personally) don't believe in DV...(unless there is a crappy repair done, and then who's fault is that? Wink before you say it Mike, yes if the crappy repair came from a DRP it's equally the carriers duty to make it right)...Mike is all for it...Just because I don't think it's 'real' until the vehicle is sold, doesn't mean that DV claims aren't paid daily...When someone wants information on 'how' to collect on a DV claim...I send Mike a note, asking him to provide that information to the person requesting that information...again, I'm against it, and while I can still voice that opinion, I'm in no way going to try and cripple the person asking the question, by not at least trying to give him/her the information they want...which is how to collect...



How'd I do...sugar plum? Wink


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 06, 2009 2:03 pm   Post subject:   

You did yourself realllllll good thar, sweety pie. By the way, the therapist is calling and your insurance company claimed they didn't owe your portion of the counseling bill because it was work related stress. They claim you should file a workman's comp claim. Laughing And since I can't prove the relationship has diminished in value, I can't collect for that either.



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PostPosted: Mon Jun 08, 2009 11:20 am   Post subject:   

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was work related stress. They claim you should file a workman's comp claim.
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And since I can't prove the relationship has diminished in value, I can't collect for that either.
Well you just wait around awhile, the courts are busy on that topic..You should be able to collect given all the used parts I have zero a/m, but many many used.. Wink



Don't think there's any question that our relationships value has increased, rather than diminished....less fun for the readers maybe? Wink


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 07, 2010 8:24 pm   Post subject: Mike is right  

It's been some years, but I had a claim against my insurance company for a car that was lost due to a fire. They offered me a fraction of the car's value and would not budge. It went on for months. They were counting on me needing the money to get another vehicle. In the end they forced my hand by sending me a letter threatening that if I do not settle they will charge me storage fees for the car - retroactively. I settled, but that experience thought me a very valuable lesson about insurance companies.


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