Did anyone else get this?
seniors and the 4 point inspection
Saturday, January 24, 2009 2:12 AM
“Coach Bunningham” <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Many seniors living in homes that are 50 years old. Are frighten about the 4-point inspection,
If the inspection fails the seniors on fixed income would cost them thousands.(Like Electric/Plumbing/
Of dollars they do not have. Yet many insurance companies require the inspection.
Just another hardship for the elderly
Not really sure what your point is.
I will share my opinion since you felt a need to share yours with me.
We can no longer afford to have the “Just another hardship for the elderly” or what ever group you want to cry foul over attitude. I don’t want my insurance premiums to go up because the insurance industry writes polices on properties that they have no information on and then after the fact discover that the claim was caused by something that could have been corrected before writing the policy. Insurance companies can not write policies on homes that have defects that could result in a claim at best or loss of life at worst. If the person wanting insurance is not willing or unable to correct any safety hazards that are reveled with an inspection, then they should be willing to live without insurance.
The only person responsible for being on a fixed income is the person on a fixed income. They should have planned better during their working years.