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- From: Richard Calvert <RichardC(--nospam--at)lbbe.com>
- Date: Wed, 29 Jul 2009 13:45:21 -0400
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They cash the check and claim they never got it?
From: Stan Caldwell
Incredibly, the demand letter concludes:
"Please remit your payment in the amount of $3,091,985.18 to the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association. Be sure to include our claim number on your check and all correspondence. If we do not receive payement from you within 25 days, we will be forced to take further legal action against you."
Gosh, I wonder what the penalty is for failing to include the claim number?
On Wed, Jul 29, 2009 at 8:00 AM, David L. Fisher <dfisher(--nospam--at)fpse.com> wrote:
Just another example why FPSE doesn’t “certify” anything.
Any report, inspection, etc., we do comes with a HEFTY disclaimer.
Does this guy’s O and E carrier, assuming he has one, know he was
Doing this sort of work with this level of exposure?
It will be in the courts for years.
David L. Fisher
Fisher and Partners
Imagine that you were hired to inspect and certify a
re-roofing job on a building that you did not design. The reason for the
re-roofing work was to repair damage caused by Hurricane Rita. Then
imagine that Hurricane Ike damaged the building again. Now,
imagine that you have just received a letter demanding a check for
$3,091,985.18. That actually happened to a structural engineer on July
24, 2009 in
Now then, things don't seem so bleak in your practice. Do they?
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