Please see the attached letter from Cherry Kolb, Associate Claims Counsel.
Fidelity National Title Group/Omahas Claims Center
211 S 7th Street, Suite 210/Omaha, NE 68106
P: 402.498.7566 F: 402.498.7897
First, I apologize for the delay in responding to your email. I am not sure why I was sent this letter as I am just what I believe to be a victim of Fidelity National Title Insurance Company and I started a blog to chronicle my personal experience and I have been contacted by so many others who feel the same way. But here is my email to your client:
As I am only writing a blog on my experience with Fidelity National Title Insurance Company and am including the experiences of others - I will be happy to post your dilemma on my blog so that other readers can see and perhaps understand your problem. But I do not believe I can do anything more than this to assist you with your predicament but I believe Mr. David Saag can so I am copying him on this email.
Here is his contact information:
SVP/Senior Claims Counsel
2111 South 67th Street
Omaha NE 68106
Good luck with your situation!!
But - thank you for sending me this letter. I will read it carefully and hopefully this will assist me in writing a new blog post. I am though not sure why you sent it to me? I do have a strong viewpoint of FNTIC as a claim was filed on my behalf by a Fidelity Title Officer and then I discovered that a Claims Counsel is truly not there to assist the client (me) but rather to represent Fidelity legally and in my opinion to come up with every excuse possible to not pay the claim. And I hear this repeatedly over and over again. But I am just a former Fidelity client with a negative opinion of your company and especially the claims department.
So if you need my response - please let me know.