**gotti **- fingers crossed for you! As far as I’m concerned, insurance companies have too much power that they abuse.
In Florida, they got a law passed that if there’s a hurricane touching any part of the state and you file a homeowner claim, even if you’re nowhere near the storm, you have to pay the hurricane deductible, which is something like 2% of the home’s insured value. So if you have a kitchen fire that damages appliances and cabinets in Pensacola and Hurricane Ralph is just arriving in Miami, you’ll be paying a huge deductible. At least, that’s how it was before we left - dunno what it is now. But I think other states followed suit.
On the other hand, part of the problem comes from people like my BIL. He’d file claims for every teensy little thing that happened to his car till his insurance company dropped his coverage. And let’s not forget frivolous lawsuits… Oh, never mind. Forget it. Too heavy a topic for this early.
I started to pack my lunch then remembered that today is the company-wide meeting. **FCD **will come to my office and we’ll drive there together. They provide box lunches for everyone and discuss the state of the company. I’ll be introduced among the newbies, so I showered and everything this morning. I’m even wearing my company polo shirt! How’s that for sucking up!
Just finished ingesting a PB&J. I’ll caffeinate a bit more, then head off to the list of parts I need to draw up today. WOOHOO!!