Re: Bad Experience With Claims Managers
That's the perfect way to lose your job, destroy your claim and end up in jail - The goal is to have zero contact with that agent and not give the employer a reason to fire you.
Call your case manager as many times in a day as you can get your fingers to dial
The best weapon against a case manager is an attorney.
You need an attorney to act as a buffer between you and this agent otherwise they'll terrorize your life.
That case managers' job is to close your claim by any means necessary, they have no intention of "working fairly with you" - If they did, the carrier would fire them.
Whenever a case manager is assigned to your claim, it's time to hire a lawyer - do anything different and you'll destroy your claim.
They don't have to beg you for anything - They'd simply call the cops, have you arrested for Malicious Use of a Telephone and close your claim.
Be an annoying tick that just won't go away and start affecting your case manager's mental health. Make them beg you to stop
For the record, I removed the terroristic propaganda (gorilla warfare reference) in your last sentence - I strongly advise you to seek professional help before you do something stupid or incite others to do so.
This is the type of propaganda Trump's been promoting that leads to mass shootings and other acts of domestic terrorism - It may be allowed in this country by our president, it won't be allowed in this forum by me.
Don't be in my forum misleading people and inciting stupidity (like our president) Have a nice life, you're banned.
(1) Every person who, with intent to harass, intimidate, torment or embarrass any other person, shall make a telephone call to such other person:
(a) Using any lewd, lascivious, profane, indecent, or obscene words or language, or suggesting the commission of any lewd or lascivious act; or
(b) Anonymously or repeatedly or at an extremely inconvenient hour, whether or not conversation ensues; or
(c) Threatening to inflict injury on the person or property of the person called or any member of his or her family or household;
is guilty of a gross misdemeanor, except as provided in subsection (2) of this section.
(2) The person is guilty of a class C felony punishable according to chapter 9A.20 RCW if either of the following applies:
(a) That person has previously been convicted of any crime of harassment, as defined in RCW 9A.46.060, with the same victim or member of the victim's family or household or any person specifically named in a no-contact or no-harassment order in this or any other state; or
(b) That person harasses another person under subsection (1)(c) of this section by threatening to kill the person threatened or any other person.
[ 2003 c 53 § 39; 1992 c 186 § 6; 1985 c 288 § 11; 1967 c 16 § 1.]
How to Deal With Telephone Harassment (Legally)
Obscene or harassing phone calls are an unwelcome intrusion on your privacy. They can ruin dinner with your family or a quiet afternoon. They can be a frightening experience. The Federal Communications Act, specifically 47 U.S. Code § 223, as well as many state laws, prohibit telephone harassment and create legal remedies and enforcement mechanisms.
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