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Insurance for Farmers Longview Texas — Claims Scenario Part 21 Summary.
To summarize, something has gone terribly wrong at Connie and Jerrys newly remodeled home. A home that was converted from a Barn into a residence for Connie and Jerry’s family.
Part of the home shifted and at first Connie thought they experienced an earthquake — seeing no reports of earthquake activity in their area Connie rushed out on an ATV to track down her husband Jerry in one of the fields he was working as she could not reach him by cell phone as service is spotty on their land.
Connie finds Jerry and quickly explains the situation and Jerry jumps on the back of the ATV with Connie and as soon as they get home he walks around the home 3 separate times with Connie carefully looking to see if a sinkhole had formed under their home.
The reason why he thought it might be a sinkhole is because they have happened upon occasion in the area. Detecting no visible sinkholes Jerry called Fred Sampson, the outgoing local Farmers Association president and Fred mentioned that he was concerned about sinkholes.
Fred, quickly dismissing the idea of a sinkhole suggests to Jerry that he might want to call a foundation repair company over in Paris to have them come out and take a look to see what the problem might be.
After hanging up the phone with Fred Jerry tells Connie that the house shifting probably wasn’t a sinkhole and to be sure Fred suggested that a foundation company come out to evaluate the situation.
Ominously Connie states: “your friend Ken better not have anything to do with this Jerry or I’ll skin him alive and you too for hiring him.”
Jerry makes a call to Jerod Durham of Acme Mighty Foundation LLC and they agree to meet first thing in the morning. Both Jerry and Connie are not able to sleep that night with tempers flaring, especially with Connie.
Jerry is very worried Ken royally messed something up on the foundation so he drove the ATV far enough from the house out of earshot of Connie to make a call to Ken.
Jerry calls 3 times and doesn’t reach him and leaves a frantic message on his voice mail on the third call explaining what happened. Jerry also sends a text message as well.
Jerry is growing increasing worried as he sits outside on his ATV waiting to hear back from Ken, thinking, “Is this Ken’s fault?”
We will learn the answer to this question in our next post.
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