Ms. claim adjuster —
I spoke with you today regarding the above-referenced claim. I’ll be brief.
This matter was reported to CDEFG Insurance as early as October 2015. Since that time both my client and I have made repeated unfruitful attempts to find out the status of her claim. These communications have been well-documented. They include, among others, a written O.C.G.A. 33-4-7 demand for payment sent to CDEFG via Certified Mail, with a return receipt showing it was received by you on January 1, 2016 (Article Number 2534 1513 3668 9752).
Since October, CDEFG has provided no acknowledgment. And attempts to reach you have gone unanswered.
Though I am sure CDEFG will be able to locate its own recording, I look forward to sharing the audio file of our conversation as I conduct discovery into the bad faith claim I intend to assert against CDEFG Insurance.
Fortunately for my client, there can be no real question of liability in this case.
The CASE SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT (dated Oct 1, 2015) reveals that your insured’s vehicle demonstrated damage consistent with the claim reported by my client.
Let me be clear.
A Georgia jury will also find that CDEFG’s failure to provide any communication or payment of this claim since October 2015 was in bad faith.
I advise you to govern yourself accordingly.
Candice Blain, Esq., CPCU
Managing Attorney | Blain LLC