I would never use Fidelity National Title Insurance Company to protect my real estate. A claim was filed with Fidelity for me by their Title Officer for the loss of a mile long easement to 80 acres with views of the famous Napa Valley in California. Fidelity valued the loss at $0 by a Boise Idaho appraiser. After suing Fidelity I was forced to settle for a fraction of the loss. I question whether Fidelity National Title Insurance Company acted in Good Faith in the handling of my claim.
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Writing the Complaint against Fidelity National Title Insurance Company
It took a surprisingly long time to write up the sequence of events and get the demurrers back from Fidelity National Title Insurance Company's attorney. I felt like I held myself under a microscope to be as factual and accurate as possible in everything that written. At the same time though I noticed that some of the things the attorney was writing did not make sense to me. For example, in response to our making a statement that I had met with the Title Department at the Fidelity National Title Insurance Company Office in Napa. Twice in the demurrer the Fidelity attorney wrote:
As I did not understand this I first went to www.fntic.com:
And then to Google Earth (I was going to drive to Napa and take a photo):