Monday, March 29, 2021

UPDATE: THE LETTER WAS A MISTAKE

Happy Monday, My Friends:

A quick message: The letter I received that said I'm ineligible for help from the victim compensation fund was SENT IN ERROR. I'm relieved, yet frustrated.

This isn't the first problem I've encountered during this journey. 

I have to spend the afternoon contacting all the healthcare providers to let them know about the Florida statute that says victims aren't supposed to have co-pays or payments toward their deductibles––something that should have been dealt with at the time of my emergency room visits. 

When that's done, I look forward to reading your blog posts and commenting on them. 

Thank you for your kindness and your support.

YOU ARE THE BEST!


Infinities of love,

Janie Junebug

15 comments:

  1. Finally some good news Huh!!!!! YAY To get ahead or get anything done these days, to get through red tape, is tiring. I feel we have to struggle to get any answers or anything accomplished.

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  2. What a relief and what a royal pain in the ass... but still a relief. Sending you hugs!

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  3. I'm so sorry you have to go through this. Hopefully, this good news will make the rest go more smoothly. Sending love.

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  4. Wow this is some good news. Red tape, bureaucracy can be so frustrating. Glad you are through this hurdle.

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  5. Well, that's good news indeed! One must have the patience of Job when dealing with bureaucracy though, so hang in there!

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  6. About time you had some really positive news. I am just so sorry you have to go through all of this.

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  7. Hi Janie - that's very good news ... all the best - Hilary

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  8. So glad to hear some good news!!!
    Love and hugs! :)

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  9. Good news-finally. I hope that you can get everything resolved. I will continue praying for your son and for you. xo Diana

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  10. Sent in error, yeah, what a load of shit.................

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  11. This seems like good news; that is wonderful. Always makes me sad when I hear these stories, though, when I think about all the people who can't advocate for themselves, just can't navigate the health care systems. It's awful.

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  12. Glad they had the decency to admit THEIR mistake, and sorry you had to be stressed further.

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  13. Gee, that's good to know. Too bad they didn't get it right to begin with!Oh well, guess we all know that's how it goes sometimes. Take heart! Things will get better.

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