Re: People do suicide over workers comp
Private investigators are expensive, that's why they're only hired in cases where fraud is suspected or in the settlement phase of a claim to verify the integrity of a case.
But now there are private investigators around me
, and state agencies sending me letters telling them that I owe them back money from his case
The carrier won't pay for more than a week or two of survelliance, it's too expensive and bears little if any fruit.
So, if you're being surrounded, it's not by PI's.
Without knowing the details, why would "you" owe money on "his" case - that makes no sense.
Suicide is a strange phenomena, there is no one answer as to why one kills themselves.
I feel like he really he was getting older and the pain would not get any better I wish there was a way to show the insurance companies that it's their faul
I've seen happy people with a perfect life, poor people with a miserable life, people in pain, people without pain and on and on commit suicide.
It's a strange deal, it's a personal choice and I guess we have to accept that choice and move on.
I once received a a call, I wont say from who - this person told me they where lying on the rail tracks waiting for a train to come (looking for sympathy and trying to make me feel guilty)
I told them, "why do that, jump in front of a truck, it's quicker" and hung up.
By confronting them, I disabled the pay off - this person didn't follow up and is still alive today.
One thing I do know is it's a selfish act - people who commit suicide hurt the innocent who loved them, if they gave one dam about anything but themselves they would reconsider.
This is why I have little sympathy for the person who commits this act - my sympathy goes to their parents, spouses, children and friends who have to live on thinking they may be the fault.
Suicide is about avoiding life and making others feel guilty - I have little respect or sympathy for those who choose to do so, they have nothing coming here.
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