What if a site came online that covered really cool and in-depth construction market issues that exposed really bad stuff that (certain) Insurers and Insurance adjusters were doing to other people - like- their own clients and contractors.
Not sayin it will happen…but if it did…would it be an item of interest?
The reason for the curiosity is that some contractors want to expose “The Industry” corruption…and some just want to wait and see what happens.
Well…either way…Many are personally disappointed in the human aspect of the Insurance Industry that feels that they can tread on others, with impunity. When imperfect others imagine that they are above the law, and above criticism, they may very well have forgotten that the law and helpful criticism is a servant to men, and not the other way around.
They may get soooo caught up in the process of shaping things to their own narcissistic and selfish perspective on life, with the permission of others, that they have forgotten that that way of conducting life’s matters always ends up in failure. Always.
One’s may actually have certain privileges and whatever…but prideful arrogance always harms it’s master. Always.
Anyway - Over two decades we have watched certain sectors of The Industry grow more corrupt. This Contractor is going to stand up to “The Industry” and all of its supporters attempts to hurt my family and neighbors.
Well…now it’s time to share some stories…called…Personal Experience and Public Domain Information.
You all know about PDI. The stories sometimes start out…“Once upon a time…”
Well…Once upon a time the Insurance Industry and all of it’s supporters were good and kind - but then something happened…Post-underwriting claim settlements practices designed to create illegal windfall profit, while pretending it was not really happening to honest Insurance Commissioners neighbors and others, fell upon the land.
Thankfully - a group of concerned grown-ups saw the illusion of integrity - and have had enough. So they decided to speak up…
The Industry was not happy at all that they could not keep being bad to their neighbors (unnoticed), and also were afraid that their neighbors would stop sending them money. So they attacked the group…with seeming success…until the group had had enough.
Then The Industry became very afraid that they would be punished…so they tried to do many interesting things to hide their bad behaviour. But it did not prevail, and the Industry, and all its willing supporters, had to mend their ways or go to the castle towers for a very long time.
Some did the right thing, and enjoyed the goodness of freedom. Sadly, Others did not.
The moral of the story is - Don’t be like the Bad Part of The Industry…be like the Good Part.
There are many stories to share, and we like to share.
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