State Farm Insurance Complaint - Bad news given by agent
BLOOMINGTON,, ILLINOIS -- Jeffrey L. Nass
Mr.[snip]. CEO of State Farm Insurance
On March 1, 2010 I received a phone call from my State Farm agent Ken [snip] office at 11517 Snow Rd. Parma, Ohio 44129 (440-888-8838).
The [snip] were trying to get someone else to do their duty work for them.
I was told that someone was trying to get my phone number and they would not give it to them. They told me that they wanted to leave a message for me. She asked me if I wanted the message, and I said yes. The message was you mother is in a hospice and she is dying.
They also called other businesses and tried to get my phone number and they would not give it out. They told me they do not do such things as they have asked for. The [snip] have my phone number and my number has not changed in years.
The [snip] have done everything to hurt me, and I have beaten them at their own game.
I was arrested for domestic violence against my mother whom they put in a nursing home over eighteen months ago.
I was arrested on February 20, 2009, spent five hours in jail until bond was posted by my friends.
I went to trial on June 19, 2009 and the judge was livid when he heard the case. My attorney asked the judge for Rule 29. This is when a case has not been made by the prosecution or there was not sufficient evidence presented to the court. The judge ruled in my favor.
My attorney told me there is only a one in ten thousand of a chance of such a ruling in my favor. The judge stated there was never any evidence. I won my case, but I still lost.
Two days after the trial I went to see my mother on June 21, 2009 and I were to be arrested again. The cops were able to get the nursing home to drop the charges.
I have not seen my mother since June of 2009, and the [snip] have gotten someone else do their dirty work for them, this is such a travesty. You can’t see your mother; by the way she’s dying, by hearing this from a third party.
I want action taken against Ken [snip] and State Farm. This is business, and only a business, and should not relay such information. I expect financial restitution along with a change in my agent. The police could have given such a letter to me, a delivery service such as UPS, but they cannot come and face me face to face.
I will send this letter to the Board of Director, the Insurance Commission, and the Security Commission.
If you do nothing this will be on the radio and television, and I will Win in the court of public opinion.
All you have done is awaken a sleeping giant.
Jeffrey L. Nass