Thrivent claim news, Dr. Grover office contact, Sincere investigation attempt?, Records not requested in 2017 contrary to Thrivent letter statement, Mediation session sham
“Companies don’t want to go to court because it puts them on a level playing field. Courts are ruled by law, legal precedent, and legal discovery, which allows litigants to obtain information and evidence from their opponents or from third parties.”…North Carolina Consumers Council
“The insurance companies understand that if they deny and deny claims, then many of the claimants will never pursue their claim,”…ABC News Good Morning America April 25, 2008
“Companies And CEOs Rarely Admit To Wrongdoing”…NPR Sept. 20, 2013
From Citizen Wells October 15, 2018.
“I have in my possession startling new evidence which explains the “Alice in Wonderland” responses and requests I received from Thrivent personnel and agents during the processing of my disability claims.
I am requesting that you examine the letter your senior claims examiner sent to the NC Insurance Commission on August 10, 2018 and take the appropriate actions.
If I were in your shoes, after examining and reviewing the evidence, I would immediately issue an apology and make reparations.
In the absence of those Christian responses, I am requesting again that we proceed to mediation instead of Thrivent’s insistence on perceived authority to mandate binding arbitration.”
Has a sincere effort to investigate what has actually transpired in my claims case begun?
I received a call from Dr. Grover’s office on Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018, at 3:00 PM, asking if I had given my permission for an insurance company to receive my records.
I answered yes.
Since this phone number did not match the one I had on record, I decided I must verify it. I also wanted to know if anyone had requested my records in 2017.
On Friday, Oct. 26, 2018, I called the number which was answered as Dr. Grover’s office. I verified my identity and asked if anyone had requested my records in 2017. I was told someone would call me back.
I received a call several hours later. No one requested my records in 2017.
Thrivent Attorney Wayne Luck during mediation and the same claims person who wrote the 6 page letter to the NC Insurance Commission with the nonsensical contract explanation, the “Alice in Wonderland” protocol, tried to accuse me of falsifying records. The claims person in her letter to my former attorney stated that Dr. Grover’s office had no records for me. As you note above, Dr. Grover’s office had no record of Thrivent requesting my records.
I however, have multiple copies of documents proving Dr. Grover saw me multiple times.
At no time has Thrivent requested these records.
The hole is getting deeper.
I will not put off forever revealing the “Alice in Wonderland” nonsense the Thrivent claims person wrote.
I hope that someone(s) at Thrivent is intelligent and moral enough to seek the truth.
Background on Dr. Grover controversy.