|Posted on Monday, February 14, 2000 - 7:22 pm: |
Let us pray for those touched by this storm. For those that do get the assignment to work this storm, lets hope we all do the job the way it should be done. I have worked clean up for the last three years in Chicago, and I have to say some of the files I have had to clean up are very bad. For those of you that turned in incomplete files and adjusted, claims knowing that it's not right, think about it, it could be someone you love, or someone very dear to you that gets the adjuster, that's just trying to make a buck. As my dad always said, if you can't do it right then don't do it all. The people involved in this storm need professional help, not someone trying to turn claims. Lets all do the job right, the first time around.
|Posted on Monday, February 14, 2000 - 5:26 pm: |
Pray for your brothers and sisters in Georgia. Work is work and money is money but until it happens to you no one really gets it sometimes, Huh! The community of Camilla, Georgia is a small town community of about 6000 people where everyone knows everyone. About 30 miles south of Albany. Four county area affected. Last report says about 200 mobile homes destroyed plus residential homes in Camilla.(numbers on homes werent given at this time). 20+ dead and they are still looking thru the Storm debris.Is this what we truly wish for? Sometimes i wonder.