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.
Saturday, December 6, 2014
The Continuing Saga of another Fidelity Claimant and David Saag
for the response. Since I sent you my e-mail, I have been corresponding
with the associate claims counsel’s supervisor, He has been responsive
but continues to avoid resolving my case anytime soon with the normal run
around, legal speak, etc. I am currently waiting for a “promised” update
on their negotiations with XXXX who owns the encroached upon property and
an explanation why their (FNT’s) appraisal of my property is “admittedly”
erroneous. I will give him one more week then tell him I am going to
start posting my experience on your blog. It will be a year in December
since I filed my claim, with no carrying cost reimbursement or progress of any
sort. Clearly a deny and delay strategy.
you for your support and blog offer. I will keep you apprised of the
events as they unfold.
Here is the person who responded to all
of my top of the ladder letters: