Okay. I understand fraud. Mmhmm. Yes I do. I know ins. cos. need lotsa paperwork for claims. Okay.
Ya GOT your damn paperwork, READ IT! Does it not say he was in INTENSIVE CARE for 10 days??? Rehab hospital for another TWO WEEKS??? In rehab outpatient for another TWO MONTHS??? So tell me, how can you say he DID NOT qualify for disability?? He did not “meet requirements”. HUH??? Will you please kindly (with sugar and cream on top) tell me how exactly he doesn’t “meet requirements”? What exactly does it take? Ya wants pictures, I can send you some. Of him hooked up for FIVE days to a trachi-whateveryoucallem. Tubes running in and out of him for several days. How it took him over THREE weeks to walk without assistance. Oh, and I have pics of the car too. Now, hehe, the hospital and others knew he was alive, of course, but the auto pound listed the car as a fatality. Hmmm. Mmhmm. Maybe ya got youse idiot information from there.
I know BxxxCxxxxBxxxSxxxxx won’t be reading this. For everyone else, my son is doing FANTASTIC!! He has recovered fully and is back at work, I thank God for his (I call it a) miraculous recovery. And I do have a lawyer working on it.
But it just pisses me off that it has to be such a hassle. Really, what do insurance companies need for proof? The lawyer has already called the damn place Several times trying to get his disabilty approved. “We need more proof. We need this We need that.” Hell, can I PLEASE just send them some damn pics for proof that he COULD NOT WORK for awhile? Or would that start another avalanche of paperwork, proving he really was that person in the picture. Would a copy of his drivers license be good enough? Or would they need DNA samples? Oh wait, what would that prove?
DAMN INSURANCE COMPANIES AND THEIR PAPERWORK. May they roast over a fire created from the vast amount of paper they seem to crave.