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I am a mentaliy disabled, 65 year old woman and veteran who is being forced to sign a DocuSign Agreement & being charge for no services rendered by Brinks Home Security because I want to cancel my account. I never signed a contract, they acknowledge this and are trying to make me follow the same policy for members who have contracts! They say they will continue to bill me until I sign this form even though they are no longer providing services. Can they do this, they just keep sending offers and this form to sign and are ignoring my request!
JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?
Customer: Kissimmee, Fla.
JA: Have you contacted the seller or manufacturer?
Customer: Yes by text & phone but they keep saying I must sign this agreement and they say that it may take over 30 days to process and I'm agreeing to pay for bill that is accrued during that process with no service first and then they will cancel, but I never signed a contract, that's for members who have contracts. I had account with Protect America prior and they sold my account Brinks and they accepted me with no contract.
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Customer: I have been with security company over 12 years, always paid on time and am paid through June 30th. Requested to be cancelled June 17th untill I had my new service connected and they don't want to pay me back my balance either. I just want to cancel and be done with them! Thanks
I was denied to right to see my son who passed during active duty, by his ex. He did have her as his common law wife but they no longer lived together for 3 months or more. I was told by a military gentleman that the family did not want me there to please leave. He was my son. His ex had about 10 military men standing by the door to make sure I did not see my son. The funeral home director asked me to leave also out of respect for my son and grand daughter I did not cause a scene. I was not listed as my son's mom, every post I put on his tribute was removed including people that put me and my son's names together. He was buried without me seeing him. As a mother's right I should have in on the arrangements and been at the visitation and had my seat in the family car and sat with my grand daughter. His ex and her sister and her mom got the seats that should have been immediate family. I was supposed to receive a flag for my son's service but no she blocked that too, my grand daughter got the one she was suppose to get which was the on on her dad's coffin, his ex got a flag, her mom got one, and my son's step mom. My name was never mentioned or written as being him mom. There is nothing in writing stating my son wished me to be banned. I need help to show these people they can't get by with treating a mother of a soldier this way. Everyone that did me wrong in South Carolina needs to pay for my pain and suffering and taking my rights as a mother of a soldier away. I drove 25 hours from Texas to South Carolina just to be mistreated. Drove from South Carolina to Arkansas to get family for support to go back to South Carolina just to be turned away by these people, my brother and sisters were upset that I was being treated so badly by his ex. The military took his belongings from his home, his ex lived at a different address. His daughter told me they broke up when he came to Arkansas to get her. He told serval family members that was longer seeing her and that he was finally rid of her and her mom. Please tell me you can help me. I have my post on my phone that I posted that was removed, funeral home said I was on a ban list. My son couldn't have been happy knowing that I didn't get closer.
JA: What steps have you taken? Have you filed any papers in AR family court?
Customer: I live in Texas but have to stay till I get new tires before I can go back home
JA: Have you talked to a lawyer about this yet?
Customer: The only person I talked to was a person that said she can get me a lawyer for a cost I'm broke after my travel to see them bury my son from afar.
JA: Is there anything else the Lawyer should know before I connect you? Rest assured that they'll be able to help you.
Customer: I have my conversation I had with his ex begging her to let me be in on the arrangements
Hello. We are seeking a law firm to address the issues in this paper. We are seeking redress for 877,450 brain wounded Veterans. Rob Beckman (###) ###-####***@******.*** TREATNOW LEGAL INQUIRY: TALKING POINTS
America’s Veterans are suffering suicide and opioid epidemic health crises that the VA ignores or about which they are negligent based on historic results.The Veteran suicide trend has not decreased in 15-years. The VA/DOD call it an epidemic.877,450 veterans and service members are estimated to suffer from traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).The annual economic societal impact cost is approximately $118.1 BILLION, $4.7 trillion over a 40-year life span on care for TBI and PTSD. Standard-of-care medicine, what some doctors have called negligence, is not stopping the wave of suicides and opioid overdoses, which have continued to increase for most of the last 15 years.In addition, there are an estimated 202,000 Lower Limb Amputations over 3 decades in the VA healthcare network for Veterans afflicted with Diabetic Foot Ulcers (DFUs). Approximately 70% of amputees die within 3-5 years post-surgery, or 141,000.The VA refuses to provide adequate standard of care using Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, an FDA/CMS/Tricare approved Indication for helping heal DFUs.● The same solution that should be used for DFUs will help heal brain-wounded veterans and save taxpayers an estimated $100 billion: Expanding military and VA health care coverage to encompass non-traditional treatment options such as Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT).● The doctrine of informed consent is intended to ensure doctors: (1.) tell patients of their diagnosis; (2.) those patients understand the nature and purpose of recommended interventions; and, most importantly, (3.) that patients are made aware of the burdens, risks and expected benefits of all options. [Code of Medical Ethics Opinion 2.1.1].” This code INCLUDES HBOT.● The VA has a federally mandated obligation to provide quality care to Veterans with DFUs and brain wounds/TBI/PTSD. The MISSION Act of 2018 obligates the VA to pay for care outside the VA when that care is not provided by the VA. The VA does not routinely operate or maintain HBOT chamber capability inside the VA. There are over 1,156 US hospitals with Wound Care HBOT chambers with trained and authorized medical staff and another 130+ private clinics.● Sustained suicide rates of 20 per day with many related to brain injuries have not changed in 15-years. The VA is negligent for not informing Veterans of a treatment proved safe and effective in the cases of both DFUs and TBI/PTSD.
● Under the Federal Tort Claims Act for both DFU and TBI conditions there is a claim. This is true given the VA’s intransigence about providing “Informed Consent”, much less treating wounds that, left untreated, lead to disability and death.● Relief should be in the form of monetary damages by family members of amputees who were never provided “Informed Consent” about HBOT, and/or by Veterans living degraded lives due to non-treatment of the wounds to their brains. This would be especially true when a Veteran uses private or their own funds to get treated and healed.● Relief should also be in the form of Negligence/Malpractice claims. One firm has even suggested a RICO case based on embedded cultural and operational campaign of silence about HBOT “Informed Consent” with medical staff.
Specific Legal Precedents to be Reviewed:
• Relief should also be the enforcing statutory and medical obligations that the VA inform patients about HBOT in all pertinent cases, and that they be obligated to pay for those treatments. States have standing to seek reimbursement from the VA for state-paid treatments under the under the H.R. 2810, National Defense Authorization Act of 2018, Page 154,1074c., Prov
JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?
Customer: I am in Virginia, but the condition is in all states. We have veterans in Kentucky and Indiana particularly hard hit.
JA: Have you talked to a JAG attorney about this? Or anyone in the chain of command?
Customer: This is for Veterans and retired, though active duty suffer as well. SAhort answer, no to JAG contacts.
JA: Is there anything else the Lawyer should know before I connect you? Rest assured that they'll be able to help you.
Customer: From your lips to God's ears. Please make the connection.
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