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Sunday, July 26, 2015

Can Main Street Trust Wall Street?



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July 25, 2015                                                               Sunlight Publishing, LLC
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Seattle (ESTRA) – Not so long ago, my perception of government, police, insurance companies, and those responsible for making life better was one of respect for a difficult job of uplifting and supporting everyday people.  If ever there was an issue, between a citizen, agencies, or organizations, I would certainly expect leaders would take the high road and their truth was bond.  But was I wrong? Was I being na├»ve? Did I not realize what happens when truth comes up against power?  And is power just an attribute that can be associated with inequality, disrespect, and a lack of integrity?  When faced with issues of abuse or unfair tactics by these corporations with power, what can happen to citizens? 

Let’s confine our discussion to a poor or middle class person injured in a car accident. First, resources are on side of these agencies because of the control and ability to use them in ways which brings favorable decision their way.  Manipulation and direction of insurance claim is often in the hands of these agencies which worked together.  Any money saved from your claim means it is kept in their pockets. 

Imagine how a poor or middle class person is able to protect their rights under the law.  Do they have enough money to pay attorneys which will stand up for their interest? Can loyalty be purchased without any money in your pocket? Or is policyholder’s protected interest worth amount these corporations will end up paying your attorney?  Which really means they own them? When 33 ½ percent attorney’s fees that typically end up between 40-50 percent of what is recovered for a claim (if Corporate America will pay), or even less if taken to court which means injured or sick people are in trouble from the start. 

How much power do Insurance Companies have over insured attorney?  How much information is being passed back and forth between these corporations about injured which they are unaware of but impacts what happens to policyholders? People in car accidents tend to place their trust in Wall Street Corporations or Government Agencies so closely tied to them.  Frankly, it’s difficult to tell them apart or get a fair shake when they work so closely together.  Therefore, how are poor and middle class people injured in a car accident expecting to receive justice against all odds?  Is equal and fair settlements realistic for most policyholders?

Furthermore, is the level of legal help equal for both sides? Does a legal team charging $300/hour compare to another one paid $600+/hour?  Are people injured in car accidents aware of their rights or entanglements that hinder their ability to receive a fair settlement?  How many policyholders know Independent Medical Exams are design by these same Wall Street Corporation to generate outcomes in their best interest?  When fair and honest treatment is denied on the premise of greed for corporations who’s wealth far exceeds justified amounts at the expense of policyholders, justice will not prevail.  Until voters replace government officials who value citizen more than Corporate Lobbyist, and support Wall Street Companies who make decisions based on integrity and doing the right thing for everyone in society, only then can poor and middle class people involved in a collision be treated honestly and claim process be transparent.  This transformation ends delayed or denied insurance claims by those experiencing personal injury and who face abuse in hopes of Wall Street's desire to eliminate their claims. 

The bumps, bruises, and financial battles fought with these corporations must be exposed and challenged.  Congress must be asked to support Insured Civil Rights Legislation for changes of fair policyholder treatment along with providing public numbers about how poor and middle class people are treated through insurance claim process.

Do your part today and simply say, I support Insured Civil Rights Legislation so that everyday citizens receive fair and equitable settlements when dealing with Wall Street Corporation who refused to act in good faith and pay Policyholders. 
Steps you can take to protect yourself and others:

1.    Call Congress at (202) 224-3121 and simply say, “I Support Insured Civil Rights Legislation, will you?”

2.   Learn what bad faith behaviors can happen to you after a car accident, before being in one.  Read, listen, or watch on ESTRA Car Accident Support Official Sites.

3.   Share car accident experiences with Auto Insurance, Wall Street, and Government Agencies.  The fewer people ill-prepared the better outcome for policyholders.

4.   Stay up-to-date on what is happening in Insurance Industry.  Most Wall Street Companies have entered the Banking Industry and will have far reaching actions into lives of everyday citizens.

5.   Be sure to take ESTRA Car Accident Surveys to help document what has happen to you and help others. Book Car Accident by ESTRA is also available at major bookstores. 

6.   Choose to become an advocate for people involved in car accidents. Most people will be involved in a collision in their lifetimes.  Being for change means being a part of the solution by making a better future for everyday citizens, and better economic outcomes of those with personal injury. 












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Thursday, July 2, 2015

Overt vs. Covert Surveillance Against Policyholders



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Seattle (ESTRA) - How much of an investment are you making in Auto Insurance Companies today?  And what are you getting out of it?  How protected are you in case of a collision?  Did you know in most cases Auto Insurance Companies decide whether your claim will be paid?  A claim settlement can take anywhere from a week to 10 years, if at all.  Why such a contrast?  Somehow Policyholders have lost too much power.  Do Insurance Companies now have your power at their discretion?  Are Insurance Wall Street Lobbyist getting more from our political officials than you the policyholder?  How much more can policyholders afford to lose while paying over $2,000 a year in premiums?  This means most policyholders are giving Auto Insurance Companies over $40,000 in their lifetime.  But if after paying all this money in premiums if an insurance company refuses to pay claim and it cost you more than this in legal fees to get them to do the right thing, is this worth it?

Should policyholders be required to pay for Auto Insurance?  And if so, shouldn’t Auto Insurance Companies be required to pay out claims?  Why is this equation so one sided?  Who made the rules this way and who benefits from them?  Frankly, greed has overcome our way of life at the expense of the people who can afford it least. 

In fact, just this last week I learned that President Obama has asked Congress to allow Medicare to negotiate prescription drugs to help align prices America pays to rest of the world for the same medications.  If you are on Medicare call your Congress person at (202) 224-3121 and ask if they are supporting negotiation for prescription drugs.  Perhaps votes belongs elsewhere if they are not operating on your behalf.

If on Medicare or if you know someone who is, wouldn’t it be nice if their prescriptions prices were reasonable?  Most people on Medicare are already working with limited resources.  Take a stand today and tell your congress person to do the right thing and negotiate for prescription drugs.  Don’t know who your representative is?  Don’t worry the operator will connect you to the right office.  While making the call to Congress and telling them you support negotiations for prescription drugs, also share opinions with them on Insured Civil Rights Legislation to protect policyholders against unfair insurance practices.  Call them today at (202) 224-3121.  It’s just that simple.  Will this be first time calling?  Your representative will be happy to hear from you, so don’t hold back comments. 

What are your options as a policyholder?  And why are they so limited while you end up supporting all those derivatives on Wall Street via premiums yet don’t get to participate in the profits?  In my opinion, it’s because too few policyholders where present at the time when legislation was designed.  And depending on which state you live in, the more money poured into the capitol by Wall Street, the more your needs can fall on deaf ears.  It is overdue for America to consider the concerns of everyone in the community, not just less than 1% of the population. 
Perhaps we should look at Credit Union style Insurance Companies in order to better protect policyholders.  In this way, profits are invested in you instead of Wall Street.
What is your $40,000 worth to you?  And how much of a say should you have about the money paying out to Auto Insurance Companies?  

Why don’t Auto Insurance Companies want you to know the actual number of policyholder claims denied?  Or ones paid less than should be.  Or even worse, those not paid out at all?  Have you tried to find the ratio of policyholders paid versus unpaid claims?  How about the number of policyholders placed under surveillance?  Rarely are these issues brought to the forefront for policyholders to educate themselves and protect themselves from bad faith insurance practices.   More importantly, how often does your Auto Insurance Company talk about profits they are making off of you as an insured?  Have you ever tried to verify the information told by an Auto Insurance Adjuster?  How accurate is information given?  Are you just trusting insurer is doing the right things by you? 

As premiums continue to rise year by year and benefits continue to decrease at the same time, many features contained in a policy have become items which are additional.  This new packaging tactics do nothing to help policyholder but a great deal for bottom lines of insurers.   Why isn’t there more oversight of these companies?  Is this due to carriers being giant banks?  In fact, many of them are actually banks.  Do they currently have free reign in our country now? While policyholders have little say about how they design insurance contracts?  Where is Congress in all this? 

Did you know Congress gets regular updates on issues dealing with Auto Insurance Policies?  This also includes ERISA which is when employers become your insurance company.

The question is, why isn’t Congress doing things to make insurance packages better rather than worse for policyholders?  Why is so much power given at State levels rather than Federal, unless of course a court trial ensues?  Frankly in my opinion, these companies have a greater capacities to control outcomes, deciding and selecting which state or federal legislation works in their best interest against insured.  Therefore do not be surprised what insurance carrier want most to address comes to the forefront.  And unfortunately, when they get to decide which way to go, typically it’s the worst direction for policyholders. 

What is more saddening is that these corporations get to use premium funds, that is your money against you.  And in my opinion, it will take years to undue many of the legislation they have passed through insurance lobbyist efforts.  Your vote for change and contacting your political representatives is required to improve the conditions of policyholders and restore fair values to insurance policyholder premiums. The passing of Insured Civil Rights Legislation will help recover rights and benefits once held by policyholders. Power must be returned to insured for Insurance Industry to work effectively and fairly.  

Monopolies in this country are hurting not helping individuals in most cases. This week's monopoly topic has been Airlines keeping ticket prices high using unfair tactics.  In most cases the conglomerates get off with a slap on the hand. The suffering those who could hardly afford this ticket never sees justice for their pain.

Take a look at insurance policy of today and premiums now paid and compare it to an older policy and cost.  I suspect you will be surprised at how little remains in current policy and how more protections where given in past policies.  In my opinion, what is the difference?  Simply greed.  A greed that must be removed by policyholders coming together and saying we want what is fair in premiums and settlements from Auto Insurance Companies. 

Don’t you think it’s a bit strange now that cars can drive themselves auto insurance companies will be removing policyholder insurance?   More than likely in the next decade things will have changed dramatically.  Could they be making this change in order to protect themselves from problems which will occur with this new technology?  One thing is for sure, I suspect it’s not in the interest of policyholder.  Let’s hope we find out their real motives before premiums are changed for their interest.
 
So what is your Auto Insurance Premiums worth?  I suspect it will depend on the integrity of the insurer you choose, and their willingness to pay out claims.  When this information becomes available to the public only then will be have the protections needed to really know what that $40,000 in payments are worth.  












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Friday, June 26, 2015

Auto Insurance Premium Payments: Are they worth it?



The Average Policyholder Pays Out Over $40,000 In Their Lifetime to Auto Insurance Company.


What Are You Getting For Your Money? 




June 25, 2015                                                               Sunlight Publishing, LLC
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Seattle (ESTRA) - How much of an investment are you making in Auto Insurance Companies today?  And what are you getting out of it?  How protected are you in case of a collision?  Did you know in most cases Auto Insurance Companies decide whether your claim will be paid?  A claim settlement can take anywhere from a week to 10 years, if at all.  Why such a contrast?  Somehow Policyholders have lost too much of their power.  Do Insurance Companies now have your power at their discretion?  Are Insurance Wall Street Lobbyist getting more from our political officials than you the policyholder?  How much more can policyholders afford to lose while paying over $2,000 a year in premiums?  This means most policyholders are giving Auto Insurance Companies over $40,000 in their lifetime.  But if after paying all this money in premiums if an insurance company refuses to pay your claim and it cost you more than this in legal fees to get them to do the right thing, is this worth it?

Should policyholders be required to pay for Auto Insurance?  And if so, shouldn’t Auto Insurance Companies be required to pay out claims?  Why is this equation so one sided?  Who made the rules this way and who benefits from them?  Frankly, greed has overcome our way of life at the expense of the people who can afford it least. 

In fact, just this last week I learned that President Obama has asked Congress to allow Medicare to negotiate prescription drugs to help align the prices America pays to the rest of the world for the same medications.  If you are on Medicare call your Congress person at and ask if they are supporting negotiation for prescription drugs.  Perhaps your vote belongs elsewhere if they are not operating on your behalf.

If on Medicare or if you know someone who is, wouldn’t it be nice if their prescriptions prices were reasonable?  Most people on Medicare are already working with limited resources.  Take a stand today and tell your congress person to do the right thing and negotiate for prescription drugs.  Don’t know who your representative is?  Don’t worry the operator will connect you to the right office.  While making the call to Congress and telling them you support negotiations for prescription drugs, also share your opinion with them on insured civil rights legislation to protect policyholders against unfair insurance practices.  Call them today at (202) 224-3121.  It’s just that simple.  Will this be your first time calling?  Your representative will be happy to hear your opinions, so don’t hold back. 

What are your options as a policyholder?  And why are they so limited while you end up supporting all those derivatives on Wall Street via premiums yet don’t get to participate in the profits?  In my opinion, it’s because too few policyholders where present at the time when legislation was designed.  And depending on which state you live in, the more money poured into the capitol by Wall Street, the more your needs can fall on deaf ears.  It is overdue for America to consider the concerns of everyone in the community, not just less than 1% of the population. 
 

What is your $40,000 worth to you?  And how much of a say should you have about the money paying out to Auto Insurance Companies?  

Why don’t Auto Insurance Companies want you to know the actual number of policyholder claims denied?  Or ones paid less than should be.  Or even worse, those not paid out at all?  Have you tried to find the ratio of policyholders paid versus unpaid claims?  How about the number of policyholders placed under surveillance?  Rarely are these issues brought to the forefront for policyholders to educate themselves about these concerns.   More importantly, how often does your Auto Insurance Company talk about the profits they are making off you as an insured?  Have you ever tried to verify the information told by an Auto Insurance Adjuster?  How accurate is the information?  Are you just trusting insurer is doing the right things by you? 

As premiums continue to rise year by year and benefits continue to decrease at the same time, many of the features contained in a policy have become items which are additional.  This new packaging tactics do nothing to help the policyholder but a great deal for bottom lines of insurers.   Why isn’t there more oversight of these companies?  Is this due to carriers being giant banks?  In fact, many of them are actually banks.  Do they currently have free reign in our country now? While policyholders have little say about how they design insurance contracts?  Where is Congress in all this? 

Did you know Congress gets regular updates on issues dealing with Auto Insurance Policies?  This also includes ERISA which is when employers become your insurance company.

The question is, why isn’t Congress doing things to make these insurance packages better rather than worse for policyholders?  Why is so much power given at State levels rather than Federal, unless of course a court trial ensues?  Frankly in my opinion, these companies have a greater capacities to control outcomes and decide and select to use state or federal legislation.  Whichever one is in their best interest to pursue issues insurance carrier want most to address.  And unfortunately, when they get to decide which way to go, typically it’s the worst direction for policyholders. 

What is more saddening is that these corporations get to use premium funds, that is your money against you.  And in my opinion, it will take years to undue many of the legislation they have passed through insurance lobbyist efforts.  Your vote for change and contacting your political representatives is required to improve the conditions of policyholders and restore fair values to insurance policyholder premiums. The passing of Insured Civil Rights Legislation will return the rights and benefits once held by policyholders. Power must be returned to insured for Insurance Industry to work effectively.

Take a look at the insurance policy of today and the premiums now paid and compare it to an older policy and the cost.  I suspect you will be surprised at how little remains in your current policy and how more protections where given in past policies.  In my opinion, what is the difference?  Simply greed.  A greed that must be removed by policyholders coming together and saying we want what is fair in premiums and settlements from auto insurance companies. 

Don’t you think it’s a bit strange now that cars that can drive themselves auto insurance companies will be removing policyholder insurance?   More than likely in the next decade things will have changed dramatically.  Could they be making this change in order to protect themselves from the problems which will occur with this new technology?  One thing is for sure, I suspect it’s not in the interest of the policyholder.  Let’s hope we find out their real motives before premiums are changed for their interest.
 

So what is your Auto Insurance Premiums worth?  I suspect it will depend on the integrity of the insurer you choose, and their willingness to pay out claims.  When this information becomes available to the public only then will be have the protections needed to really know what that $40,000 in payments are worth.  









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Saturday, May 23, 2015

Insurance, Banking, and Finance: Effects on Policyholders



Seattle (ESTRA) - When Congresses main income doesn't come from Lobbyist or fundraising activities, perhaps loyalty to American Citizens comes easier.  While Main Street has been sleeping or convinced they too could become a part of 1% by the many dangling carrots before them, basic Civil Rights are tossed by wayside.  This includes protections for those injured in car accidents.  While Main Street Americans have been placing their faith in Wall Street to share profits of everyone’s hard work, their contributions are decades of wage stagnation, exorbitant cost of living increases, less time for self, and additional work hours as exempt employees, which further reduce salaries. On top of this, more employers are self-insured, meaning they are also employee’s insurance companies, with many refusing to pay out legitimate claims.

To make matter worst, Banking, Insurance, and Finance has become one melting pot for the wealthy.  Government legislation ends up supporting means to an end for these multi-billion dollar corporations, while Main Street becomes homeless, jobless, hungry, and denied insurance benefits.   There is some much private money floating around our government officials now, sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference between who is leading whom. 
What do Insurance, Banking, Employers, Social Security Disability, and Police have to do with Policyholders filing a claim?  Big Money.  Yes that’s true.  When you take notice of the amount of money these conglomerates have, they would rather keep it themselves than give for policyholder's claims.  Many of these corporations follow each other's leads in evaluating the climate to payout benefits.  In past times, they were separate entities, but now they work in unison.  This leaves less support and help for the average policyholder. 

Insurance was initially created to reduce the risk of losing what most people had when the unexpected occurred, especially since traditional families are no longer extended ones with less helping hands in recovery.  This pool of funds is large enough to spread disaster around so policyholders would be sufficiently protected and there would be enough after investments to generate a reasonable profit for Insurance Companies, greed withholding. 
As time went by, more and more people saw the value in having insurance to avoid loss of resources, and employers begin to offer this option as part of employee packages.  Of course, this action increases amount of money available to large corporations for investments.  Employee's trust and loyalty towards employers grew.  For a time, there seemed to be a mutual respect of insurer and insured.  

Yet, actual numbers of claim denials and delays are often not in plain view for policyholders to examine.  Many insured don’t have money to fight for full benefits of their claims so many settled for deal less than their claim value.  Policyholder's typically were already short on resources which doesn’t leave much to fight with against huge corporations. 
Wall Street is often consider to be globally funded companies with enough resources for continued expansion, including ability to hire lobbyist to protect interest from government hindrances.  While protections of policyholders shrink, powers and wealth of these companies grows along with monopolies they are developing. 
While workers are struggling to make ends meet Wall Street is taking money which should go to wages, pensions, and insurance claims and use it to create equity funds few can understand or track, making billions of dollars at expense of Main Street, and creating illusions of material growth such as products or infrastructures, when frankly, all that is increased is cash in conglomerate's pockets.  
Somewhere down the road too many of these companies decided it is more important to take care of themselves than country and people who helped build their wealth.  And people of Main Street were left behind to fend for themselves on the few real resources available.
The country then began to feel like one large crab pot with so many individuals trying to claw their way to the top they forgot what is most important, such as personal values, integrity, humanity, and uplifting one another.  The lessons learn through generation and generation of support was significantly reduced, and the birth of greed beyond what this country has ever encountered became norm.
To make matters worse Wall Street corporations began merging together absorbing more and more power, protections, and resources.   All of sudden Main Street woke up to find its food system without proper checks and balances, infrastructures falling apart, water quality so bad more and more people began purchasing bottled water, not to mention the number of oil spills in our oceans, creating a new profit frontier for those who had already taken more than their share of resources.  
Yet, this wasn’t enough for some Wall Street corporations.  From their perspective, there is more money to be made.   These same companies run the country through insurance, banking, and financing.  The rules which isolated these functions have been removed through the use of money via lobbyist leaving country subjected to the whims of those in power and personal agendas sold by those with greed at forefront of their minds.  At start of  last recession, we saw what power gone wild can do not only to a country but to a global economy when controls are removed for benefit of a few at expense of the world.  
And what has this meant for policyholders?  When these companies run and control every aspect of insurance claim process?  It means, everything they do can be in order to eliminate a claim.  It means they decide if and when any money will be paid out, how much suffering is inflicted prior to decision being made on claim, and rates of returns they will make on premium dollars in which you provide.
This also forces many policyholders into substandard lifestyles by insurance companies keeping money which should go out in claims.  Corporate giants continued to grow in both power and wealth while insured spent out their lives in poverty and need.  This was not the promised made to policyholders.  Actual dollar values committed in Policyholders contract did not seem to have so many let the buyer beware fine points.  Why would Congress allowed them as part of the deal when responsible for well-being of employees?  By allowing the global powers to control consumers at state and federal levels employees are left alone to fend for themselves in an unequal playing field.  Congress could easily protect policyholders by having Insured Civil Rights Legislation on a federal scale.  Congress has opened the door for unfair insurance practices with little recourse for workers who file Auto, LTD, of Life Insurance claims. 
  
What happens when a substantial claim is filed by a policyholder?  Is it paid out immediately as Wall Street does with one another?  No it is not.  They recognize importance to keep their lives functioning as usual but Main Street life issues are of no or little value to them.  Otherwise, wouldn’t Wall Street pay out Main Street as they do themselves? Some use excuse as a prevalence of fraud as their concern.  When in actuality it is with these large corporations with high power attorneys to keep their problems at bay where much of the fraud takes place.  Just reflex for a moment on the cause of last recession.  When you take a look at the amount taken from government contracts for shady completed work, or piles of cash taken over to the Middle East not spoken about by government since its used in the war, or billions in cash to be spent on winning 2016 elections, if true fraud and abuse wants to be found my recommendation would be to start at the top where the greatest grievances can be found. 

Banking now holds Main Street in the palm of their hands by taking high maintenance fees, while almost no interest paid on monthly balances, and exorbitant interest rates on the ones who can least afford it.  Yet these same corporations receive billions of profits and would never consider accepting what they offer to consumers for the use of their money.  When options are taken away from Main Street for the strict purpose of greed, the injustice which this creates will eventually cause average person to rise up and say this is enough.  Even Rosa Parks got tired of riding in back of the bus.  Just as with Mrs. Parks everyone must speak up and stand for change.  

When Insured Civil Rights Legislation is put in place to protect policyholders from unfair settlements, denied claims, and extended time frames before money is received, it restores fairness options for people with claims.  Just as Dodd-Frank Act helps banking customers by reducing risk of gambling done by banking industry,  Republicans in Congress should consider also being proactive for fair interest and credit rates legislation for consumers instead of retreating.  This improves the lives of citizens.  Financing polices which keeps Social Security Funds from Wall Street along with laws that prevent money to be used in ways which only benefit wealthy citizens rather than all of us, places country directives back on track. Integrity and respect goes a long way in building a better country for everyone.

Frankly, reducing number of monopolies in these three industries returns us closer to an equal playing field.  When recognizing American can only come out on top when we stop hurting those who make our country great and work those 7 – 7 jobs, deserve proper consideration and respect if become sick or injured they paid insurance premiums on each paycheck, along with being able to take corporations at their word.  

It’s important to stand up today and tomorrow for fair insurance policy benefits.  Until employees along with all policyholders stand united against bad faith practices, they will continue and get worst.  Americans don’t deserve to live in poverty for all the hard work they do weekly.  Productivity of U.S. Workers are at high levels, while wages are low and paying benefits is optional for insurance carriers. 

Society is protecting and serving primarily Wall Street.  A legitimized use of force to protect power, their property, and limit civil disorder by those who see to resolve injustice through change.  Support protecting car accident victims by calling your Senator and simply say, "Insured Civil Rights Legislation is important for Policyholders."  Dial (202) 224-3121 today.  You opinion and vote has a lot of power to protect insured if you will use it locally to federal elections.  How much more are you willing to lose? 

Insured Civil Rights Legislation can say "no" to bad faith insurance claims, "no" to ERISA Legislation which allows employers to keep benefits, and "no" to Police Officer’s actions of being enforcers for Wall Street, thus, eliminating their participation in harassment and intimation of policyholders filing claims.

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Insurance Companies may also be your Banker and Employer.

When a small number of monopolies run majority here in United States, rights and priviledges of working citizens continue to decrease. 

As long as these three major industries continue to make decisions for everyone, choices will continue to favor Wall Street. 


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