No, seriously, the last time I checked I had about 206 followers!
This shot actually was extremely difficult for me to take. As I never made it across the street to the Panera Bread visible behind the upper text. I tried going in… but couldn’t. I did manage to cross the side street the driver was coming out of (twice actually), there is a nondescript marker near where I was sitting on the median that afternoon which made it harder for me.
I was supposed to come out here with my attorney about three weeks ago to take “evidential photos.” I told him I couldn’t do it, and judging by my reaction today, I was 100% right.
On the plus side, PSL are back in season…
Note: These are not my photos. I stole them from the internet, no copyright infringement intended.
Note: I’ve been advised to “not discuss” my health in the aftermath of the my getting by a car on I-Drive two months ago – specifically regarding treatments, injuries, or insurance or my opinions on any or all of those matters – on this blog until litigation is settled. #lawyers
However, they said nothing about posting memes…
I was actually looking forward to working there this weekend, but I need to lift BOTH arms above my head to pass through security, and even if I could, the narrow airline seats would mean my already sore arm getting hit by the person next to me anytime she turned a page.
Oh, and I contacted Cheryl about a job opening, and there weren’t any I was interested in so it would have been a “wasted trip” anyway.
June 23, 2018 – I was with my mom and brother in Disney or most of this week (where I couldn’t take any photos because I couldn’t steady my camera without use of my left arm), so I don’t have an exact arrival date. But, as soon as I returned on Saturday, I found a letter from Florida Blue: “Our independent panel of medical experts have reviewed all documents associated with your claim and determined that it DOES NOT meet the criteria for a medical emergency.”
Wait, getting hit by a fucking car is “not a medical emergency?”
“…therefore, neither Florida Blue nor any of its subsidiaries are liable for any payments associated wit your claim.”
But don’t forget to keep paying us – that’s right, I have to pay them to not do the one thing I overpay (due to an error on their part but claim it’s MY fault for “not catching it sooner”) them to do
June 25, 2018 – I finally got the nerve to call the lawyer the physical therapist gave me, and he has tentatively offered to take my case. I meet him at the IPM offices on Thurs, which is good since I can show him the rejection letter from Florida Blue.
June 27, 2018 – Got a call this morning from an “unavailable number” who turned out to be the “Billing and Payment Office” at ORMC informing me that my insurance is not paying for my Emergency stay but SOMEONE is…and I get the distinct feeling I don’t want to ask who that “someone” is (especially since I was the one on the other end of their message).
If only, there was a way to prepay into an account in the event that something like this happened to me… oh, I do? Tough luck, kid, here’s your bill. Yes, you HAVE to pay it.