I did involuntarily (depending on how you define this word) agree to release Fidelity from all financial obligations in agreement for a payment I have still not received but this was due to comments (I felt threats) made by Mr. McNeeley, your attorney, and information from my own attorney on the potential costs of proceeding with the lawsuit. I have since then heard from individuals who have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars in lawsuits against your company and I was definitely after the huge loss I suffered from my claim not in a position to continue the fight.
One of my greatest disappoints in not being able to continue with the lawsuit was not being able to find out what really happened. What happened and why it happened that a claim opened on my behalf by one of your own title officers for the loss of a mile long easement to an estate property overlooking the prestigious Napa Valley could be valued at $0 is still a mystery to me – and I am surprised that you do not find this a little odd too.
I do understand that from Fidelity National Title’s viewpoint my claim and lawsuit are fully resolved. And I do understand that Fidelity National Title has no further duty nor obligation in this matter. But please rest assured that even with the finality of your response I will not put this matter to rest.