Friday, November 23, 2012

Being Thankful Everyday


I Am Thankful  Being Follow Has Not Detered Me From Bringing Awareness To Harassment.


Seattle (ESTRA) - What a week this has been.  Have you found reasons to be thankful? As I read the number of car collisions around our world each week, I am thankful to still be here.

A Disability can sometimes make the journey more difficult, however, one still has an opportunity to become all you can grow into being.  I personally believe ones journey of learning about life, and who you are never stops.  It’s the trials and tribulations that continue to transform our minds and bodies.  Do we reach perfection? If so, I haven’t seen it yet. But, I have changed considerably.  Experiences have a way of transforming us.

What emotions are invoked in you when felling gratitude or thankfulness? Does it open your heart and mind up to more opportunities?  Does it provide relief from worry, trouble, and pain? A time of transition from pessimism to optimism?

I Am Thankful For Patience When Intimidated

Thankfulness lets us know there is so much more in our world to appreciate.  This includes appreciation of our own humanness and the things that happen to us.

Others you know may also benefit from an attitude of thankfulness.  While enjoying this holiday season, remember to be thankful, not because you have to, not because you necessarily have much to be thankful for, only because what you have is so much more, than you could actually have in life.  Talk to a survivor of Hurricane Sandy.

I am thankful for you.  In addition, to the Disabled whom struggle with harassment and intimidation, yet continue to stand for change.  A change that will bring respect and dignity to many injured car accident victims treated unfairly because Insurance Companies and Self-Insured Employers want to keep their benefits. 

I am thankful, for the determination to continue fighting for Insurance Companies and Self-Insured Employers to pay out benefits when the injured and sick have paid their premiums.  However, their claims rejected at their time of need because of the cost.

I am thankful, because no matter my condition, I will continue until there is change for those injured in a car accident.  I hope to end the practice of terrorizing the injured by the use of fraud and intimidation tactics to force them to relinquish their benefits.

This is the United States of America.  As we saw in the last election, we can vote for change as well as following through until we see the results.   These results show individuals and their families should be treated with respect and dignity while going through the Insurance Claims process.  I will continue to share not only my story, but bring awareness to this issue.

In summary, therefore, I am thankful, that through my pain and suffering, I will not relinquish my goal at hand.  Eventually ensuring those injured receive their benefits.  Ending decades of benefits withheld due to greed or lack of integrity by those who choose excessive profits over human care and concern.




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Insurers do delay payments in hopes to discourage Insured. All of us standing together can turn these behaviors around. We don’t have to put up with this individually or as a country. We are millions strong, with great minds and creativity. Harassment and intimidation by Insurers can be stopped. How? By each individual who’s been preyed upon after filing Auto Insurance, ERISA, LTD, and Social Security Claims join me, ESTRA to pass Insured Civil Rights Legislation. This will end Insurers ability to keep benefits and settlements by making Insured Disability Surveillance Targets. Best Recovery Wishes, ESTRA