Again I attempted to address this with the Fidelity Claims Counsel with an illustration that perhaps he could understand.
A top soccer player who kicks with their right leg is in an automobile accident severing their right leg. And their insurance company decides that there is not loss - after all our soccer player has another perfectly good leg to stand on !!!!!
I do not think I would be in this position if Fidelity National Title Insurance Company had taken any kind of a position of fairness at the beginning of this claim that their title officer filed on my behalf. What do I feel is "fair" now?
- An amount that represents my actual financial loss of the easement
- An amount that represents the hundreds of hours I have had to invest to get them to pay the claim
- An amount that represents the stress and anger that this has caused me
- An amount that pays for all of the lawsuit actual fees - filing fees, expert fees, etc.
- An amount that compensates my attorney