Where is Uncle buying your lunch today?
Anon

United States

#41 Apr 25, 2013
lubejob wrote:
<quoted text>
Uh huh. Moreno claimed that he got GBS eating in a road side greasy spoon while he was a truck driver. His claim was initially disallowed, but he kept filing claims and bugging the hell our of the claims processors until they gave up and said, "I've got to get rid of this mad man".
His GBS being ruled job related was the beyond a stretch. It was likely the most "unrelated to job" disability claim ever approved.
Now, Julian, do you want to tell us how a near Mensa intellect and former Navy Corpsman allowed himself to go 9 symptomatic days without getting competent treatment, thus ensuring permanent nerve damage? It's no wonder he's mad at the world. He did it to himself.
Workers Compensation is an insurance policy purchased by an employer to cover an employees loss of wages should he or she be injured on the job. Like it or not, the insurance carrier will, like other types of insurers, settle out of court with a claimant who may not have a legally justified claim just because settlement is cheaper than fighting a drawn out court battle even if the insurer ultimately prevails. Jay has worked in the insurance industry and, we may be sure, knew how this process works and knew that the secret to settlement is much more threats and persistence than being right. If, in addition to his own knowledge, Jay hired a reasonably good attorney his success was almost assured.

I don't know if we should go so far as to call this a deliberate scam. Our sue happy society encourages this practice and makes it all to easy for greed to prevail over right. This is how many lawyers get rich.

Most of us would probably do the same if we were faced with a lifetime of disability and we saw a way to get compensation out of an impersonal insurance company. And we would likely defend our actions to the end.
Bobby

United States

#42 Apr 25, 2013
Anon wrote:
<quoted text>
Workers Compensation is an insurance policy purchased by an employer to cover an employees loss of wages should he or she be injured on the job. Like it or not, the insurance carrier will, like other types of insurers, settle out of court with a claimant who may not have a legally justified claim just because settlement is cheaper than fighting a drawn out court battle even if the insurer ultimately prevails. Jay has worked in the insurance industry and, we may be sure, knew how this process works and knew that the secret to settlement is much more threats and persistence than being right. If, in addition to his own knowledge, Jay hired a reasonably good attorney his success was almost assured.
I don't know if we should go so far as to call this a deliberate scam. Our sue happy society encourages this practice and makes it all to easy for greed to prevail over right. This is how many lawyers get rich.
Most of us would probably do the same if we were faced with a lifetime of disability and we saw a way to get compensation out of an impersonal insurance company. And we would likely defend our actions to the end.
That doesn't make it right. Insurance fraud is why our insurance rates are so high.
pork chop

Herndon, PA

#43 Apr 25, 2013
Anon wrote:
<quoted text>
Workers Compensation is an insurance policy purchased by an employer to cover an employees loss of wages should he or she be injured on the job. Like it or not, the insurance carrier will, like other types of insurers, settle out of court with a claimant who may not have a legally justified claim just because settlement is cheaper than fighting a drawn out court battle even if the insurer ultimately prevails. Jay has worked in the insurance industry and, we may be sure, knew how this process works and knew that the secret to settlement is much more threats and persistence than being right. If, in addition to his own knowledge, Jay hired a reasonably good attorney his success was almost assured.
I don't know if we should go so far as to call this a deliberate scam. Our sue happy society encourages this practice and makes it all to easy for greed to prevail over right. This is how many lawyers get rich.
Most of us would probably do the same if we were faced with a lifetime of disability and we saw a way to get compensation out of an impersonal insurance company. And we would likely defend our actions to the end.
Great post. Thank you.

Yes, I would probably do the same, right or wrong, under similar circumstances.

Truth is, if he weren't such an a-hole I probably wouldn't be on his case.

“Master o Public Administration”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#44 Apr 25, 2013
Bobby wrote:
<quoted text>
That doesn't make it right. Insurance fraud is why our insurance rates are so high.
Well, "Bobby," you will be happy to know that whistleblowers who report insurance fraud are immune from lawsuits if they are wrong.

Therefore, "Bobby," is it not your civic duty to request a formal investigation of my alledged "insurance fraud."

My God man, you've really stumbled onto something.

A crooked claimant.

A crooked board certified neurologist.

A crooked physiatrist.

No fewer than six crooked licensed physical therapists at three different companies.

A crooked case manager working on behalf of the insurance company.

A crooked attorney working for the insurance carrier.

A crooked attorney working for me.

A crooked staff at the Georgia Dept. of Insurance.

A crooked VA claims examiner.

A crooked examining physician at the VA in Gainesville.

Please do post a copy of your written accusations and all follow- on correspondence from the appropriate investigating authorities.

Hell, man, there is probably an award for busting a conspiracy this far reaching.

The citizens are counting on you, man.
pork chop

Herndon, PA

#45 Apr 25, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, "Bobby," you will be happy to know that whistleblowers who report insurance fraud are immune from lawsuits if they are wrong.
Therefore, "Bobby," is it not your civic duty to request a formal investigation of my alledged "insurance fraud."
My God man, you've really stumbled onto something.
A crooked claimant.
A crooked board certified neurologist.
A crooked physiatrist.
No fewer than six crooked licensed physical therapists at three different companies.
A crooked case manager working on behalf of the insurance company.
A crooked attorney working for the insurance carrier.
A crooked attorney working for me.
A crooked staff at the Georgia Dept. of Insurance.
A crooked VA claims examiner.
A crooked examining physician at the VA in Gainesville.
Please do post a copy of your written accusations and all follow- on correspondence from the appropriate investigating authorities.
Hell, man, there is probably an award for busting a conspiracy this far reaching.
The citizens are counting on you, man.
This is why I love to torment this sorry, fat m-effer whenever I have some free time. I heard about his questionable practices selling insurance to people in the Savannah area, many of them young service men.

This round is done. Another opportunity will raise it's very ugly Moreno head before long. Then it will be time to spin up Julian again. He, he.

Adios, fat man.
Really

United States

#46 Apr 25, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, "Bobby," you will be happy to know that whistleblowers who report insurance fraud are immune from lawsuits if they are wrong.
Therefore, "Bobby," is it not your civic duty to request a formal investigation of my alledged "insurance fraud."
My God man, you've really stumbled onto something.
A crooked claimant.
A crooked board certified neurologist.
A crooked physiatrist.
No fewer than six crooked licensed physical therapists at three different companies.
A crooked case manager working on behalf of the insurance company.
A crooked attorney working for the insurance carrier.
A crooked attorney working for me.
A crooked staff at the Georgia Dept. of Insurance.
A crooked VA claims examiner.
A crooked examining physician at the VA in Gainesville.
Please do post a copy of your written accusations and all follow- on correspondence from the appropriate investigating authorities.
Hell, man, there is probably an award for busting a conspiracy this far reaching.
The citizens are counting on you, man.
Damn, you accomplished all that to only be known as another "Comp Guy". Many others have traveled that path and very few are caught. Isn't this Country great!

“Master o Public Administration”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#47 Apr 25, 2013
Well, I had lunch at home today, but you bastards bought me a really great supper.

http://www.topix.com/forum/city/st-marys-ga/T...

Thanks. Now back to work.
Anon

United States

#48 Apr 25, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, "Bobby," you will be happy to know that whistleblowers who report insurance fraud are immune from lawsuits if they are wrong.
Therefore, "Bobby," is it not your civic duty to request a formal investigation of my alledged "insurance fraud."
My God man, you've really stumbled onto something.
A crooked claimant.
A crooked board certified neurologist.
A crooked physiatrist.
No fewer than six crooked licensed physical therapists at three different companies.
A crooked case manager working on behalf of the insurance company.
A crooked attorney working for the insurance carrier.
A crooked attorney working for me.
A crooked staff at the Georgia Dept. of Insurance.
A crooked VA claims examiner.
A crooked examining physician at the VA in Gainesville.
Please do post a copy of your written accusations and all follow- on correspondence from the appropriate investigating authorities.
Hell, man, there is probably an award for busting a conspiracy this far reaching.
The citizens are counting on you, man.
I understand your point, Bobby. My point was that we all should imagine what it would be like to be in Jay's place. He did get an intestinal infection that unfortunately resulted in crippling GBS through no real fault of his own. When one eats in a public restaurant, one should have a reasonable expectation of not getting sick. I'm sure that Jay saw going for Workers Comp as something he felt he deserved. My point is that any one of us, no matter if we believe that we would not go for a questionable insurance settlement, might do so if we were in Jay's position.

I will note that, had Jay had any proof that he actually caught the "bug" at KFC as he alleged, he certainly could have sued KFC and most certainly would have won a much bigger settlement. The fact that he never sued KFC tells all we need to know about the certainty of his claim.

Don't pay any attention to Jay's post. He is just using his favorite tactic of throwing so much BS at you that you finally think he can't possibly be speaking falsely about anything. I'm sure he believes his story and that is really all that matters.

“Master o Public Administration”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#49 Apr 26, 2013
lubejob wrote:
<quoted text>
Uh huh. Moreno claimed that he got GBS eating in a road side greasy spoon while he was a truck driver. His claim was initially disallowed, but he kept filing claims and bugging the hell our of the claims processors until they gave up and said, "I've got to get rid of this mad man".
His GBS being ruled job related was the beyond a stretch. It was likely the most "unrelated to job" disability claim ever approved.
Now, Julian, do you want to tell us how a near Mensa intellect and former Navy Corpsman allowed himself to go 9 symptomatic days without getting competent treatment, thus ensuring permanent nerve damage? It's no wonder he's mad at the world. He did it to himself.
Correction: It is not "near Mensa," It IS Mensa. Some day, when I'm really bored, I might just look long enough to find the right page from my military records with the way-more-than-qualifying score, join Mensa, publish the membership certificate, cordially invite you to have a copy bronzed, and stick it where the sun don't shine.

Oh, and the retail price for the van was not $45,000 but $65,000,.

“Master o Public Administration”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#50 Apr 26, 2013
You ignorant ass, if you are on the road LONGER than the incubation period....

Get it now, dumbass.

If you come back from a 12 month cruise and your wife is six months pregnant....

Get it now, bozo?

“Master o Public Administration”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#51 Apr 26, 2013
Ooh, chile!

After the meal y'all treated me to last night, I'm having two more chili dogs today.

I 'preciates it!

Now, back to work.
Anon

United States

#52 Apr 26, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
You ignorant ass, if you are on the road LONGER than the incubation period....
Get it now, dumbass.
If you come back from a 12 month cruise and your wife is six months pregnant....
Get it now, bozo?
I get it. You caught it sometime while you were on the road. Now explain how you proved you caught it at one meal at one KFC on one specific day. If you can't prove that, your whole story is bogus.
Jorge

Dornsife, PA

#53 Apr 26, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
<quoted text>
Correction: It is not "near Mensa," It IS Mensa. Some day, when I'm really bored, I might just look long enough to find the right page from my military records with the way-more-than-qualifying score, join Mensa, publish the membership certificate, cordially invite you to have a copy bronzed, and stick it where the sun don't shine.
Oh, and the retail price for the van was not $45,000 but $65,000,.
In more than 40 years either in the military or working with the military, you are the only one that I'm aware bragged about his test scores. What an azz!

A mind is a terrible thing to waste.

“Master o Public Administration”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#54 Apr 26, 2013
pork chop wrote:
<quoted text>
This is why I love to torment this sorry, fat m-effer whenever I have some free time. I heard about his questionable practices selling insurance to people in the Savannah area, many of them young service men.
This round is done. Another opportunity will raise it's very ugly Moreno head before long. Then it will be time to spin up Julian again. He, he.
Adios, fat man.
Congratulations.

Your post has just been added to the actionable calumnies list for civil action.
Yawn

United States

#55 Apr 26, 2013
AGAIN with the "list", Julian? Oh well...I guess everyone needs a hobby. And this is what your self-professed genius-level intellect ended up with...eating, posting on Topix and making lists? Sad.

“Master o Public Administration”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#56 Apr 26, 2013
Anon wrote:
<quoted text>
I get it. You caught it sometime while you were on the road. Now explain how you proved you caught it at one meal at one KFC on one specific day. If you can't prove that, your whole story is bogus.
You can't possibly be that stupid, ergo, the only choice left is that you are a low-down, dirty, lying, son-of-a-bitch.

The point is not what particular restaurant was responsible, you ignorant shit. The dispositive factors were that it happened during a business trip, over fifty miles from home, acting in accordance with the employer's instructions, and eating on the company's dime on an expense account.

Yes, had I been able to prove conclusively exactly which restaurant was quilty, I could have and would have collected W/C AND sued the hell out of of them for millions.

Campylobacter jejuni is highly associated with poultry, but not exclusively. The only place I ate chicken during the trip was at a KFC. Several employees had on grimy uniforms and one made a very quick trip to the restroom (after I was nearly done eating) during which she could not possibly have washed her hands. The second piece of chicken I bit into was still slightly pink in the middle after I had bitten into it. I did not eat it. And no, I don't eat at KFC's. However, that's where the national sales manager I was traveling with decided he wanted to eat. So, that's why my best bet is that KFC, but there was no way in hell you could prove that in court.

Note, you sorry bastard, that I was entitled to BOTH the W/C AND the settlement in a law suit had I been able to prove culpability.

Now, go see if you can find something that will cut off both your legs at the knees at work. Do so then tell me that you have refused WC. Then well talk.
Bob

United States

#57 Apr 26, 2013
You know, J is the only person who brags on getting the money from his questionable sickness and from his supposed VA disability. I know of so many people who receive money from disability and they never say anything. So many military veterans draw some disability money but they never brag.

Old fatass J is probably a few bricks short of a full load and just doesn't know any better

“Master o Public Administration”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#58 Apr 26, 2013
Jorge wrote:
<quoted text>
In more than 40 years either in the military or working with the military, you are the only one that I'm aware bragged about his test scores. What an azz!
A mind is a terrible thing to waste.
Perhaps that's because in every duty station. some PN or other, if not a CO or OIC, always ended up telling me I had THE highest score of anyone currently stationed in the unit.

You?

When I took the language aptitude test at Camp Pendelton while applying for Vietnamese Language School at Kahneohe MCAS with 1st Interrogation/Translation Team, about 30 minutes after the last test was collected, the administering officer told me that he had researched the schools records dating back to WWII. He confirmed that I made the highest score in the history of the testing at Pendleton up to that date.

You?

When I was in boot camp, our chief, before the days of the privacy act, read everyones's scores out loud. Mine was the highest in the company by a wide margin.

You?

Eff off, dumbo.
IDK

Fernandina Beach, FL

#59 Apr 26, 2013
You're bragging again.......

“Master o Public Administration”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#60 Apr 27, 2013
No, just putting the lie to you a-holes' claim that I am not very bright. That's how it all started years ago, as you likely know.

Again, any time one or more of you a-holes would like to pay for an IQ test, I'm ready.

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