Each morning we generally take for granted our daily routines. Expecting our lives will follow their typical paths, we forget that each day is indeed a new one and does not necessarily lead in the direction of our expectations.
Our minds are concentrating on the issues we feel are important to address. It's only when something interrupts our way of life, do we spend time in reflection. A car accident is such an event that creates this review. You are faced with making decisions about your health, finances, family, and previous commitments. It can be a time you become overwhelmed with problems. By preparing for hardship in advance, movement through this difficult time may provide more peace and comfort.
A car accident can be a very difficult process to endure. We must begin to think about how our current laws and regulations allow individuals to be treated. Instead of allowing us to be picked off one by one, we must seek fair and honest dealings in these difficult and painful situations. If we continue to struggle as individuals, we will be picked off an unripened fruit due to a lack of knowledge, and discarded as manure, then placed in the pile of individuals who got screwed.
Insured Civil Rights Legislation for Policyholders means ending the pain and suffering of added losses by not receiving benefits from Auto Insurance Companies, Group Insurance Plans by Employers [ERISA], or Social Security Disability. People dealing with injuries after a car accident have little energy or money to take on Wall Street power and influence. Ask Congress to protect the rights of policyholders by ensuring benefits are not retained by insurers, but reach the lives of insured. Let’s stop the hurt of bad faith insurance practices.
Best Recovery Wishes, ESTRA