Texas Fair Plan Association (TFPA) insurance was UNETHICAL, NO QUALITY, HORRIBLE SERVICE, always RIP-OFF CUSTOMER MONEY and NEVER INSURED or COVERED the DAMAGE when the disaster occurred to their customer.I had bought Texas Fair Plan Association (TFPA) insurance for my house almost ten years. Recently, the big hails storm had cause a huge damaged to the roof of my house and my property. I called and filed a claim with Texas Fair Plan Association (TFPA) insurance, but they always made up an excuse and refused to cover the damage. I did cry too much because I did pay them a lot of monies for almost 10 years, ….I lost everything now.Therefore, I strongly suggest not wasting your money to pay for this insurance company because you will never get the cover for the damage when the disaster occurs.
Unorganized, rude, manipulative. Della is uneducated and it shows. If you have a question, Liz will have a different answer for you every time. If you remind her that the previous information she gave contradicts info she just gave, she will get an attitude and won't return phone calls.
This was one of the worst places I have ever been. I had an appointment for 12:45. I arrive early to fill out paper work and so forth and so I come at 12:30. The doors are locked and everyone is outside standing around waiting. After they unlock the doors I sign in and wait for 30 minutes. Not so bad but not great. in calling my name they call once and before even looking over their shoulder yell it again even though i am right behind them. They hand me papers to fill out and tell me to sit back down. Ok. Sit back down. Kids scream, crying, fussing, running, yelling, falling over, throwing things. There is NOTHING for them to do even though they had a TV with movies. 20 minutes later I get call back. This lady grabs the clip board out of my hand and asks if I'm done. No, I'm not. I have questions. Third lady makes me sign paper work, won't let me read any of it and gets my child's name wrong when his card is right in front of her all the while I'm feeding my infant. She then tells me to wait with her then tells me to wait in the class room. Fourth women calls me to get weighted and get my sons weight and so on. She is short but not rude. I follow her to a office where she takes my iron level and asks me some questions. She then tells me the sickest thing I have ever heard anyone say to me about my baby. She tells me I need to not feed him as much as I am. Really? You just asked me to withhold food from my 11 WEEK OLD BABY!?!?!? Uh, no. A- I'm so sure it is against the law to not feed a hungry baby. B- There is no such thing as a fat infant. And C- What kind of person tells a mother not to feed her baby? Seriously. This had to have been the worst thing someone has ever suggested I do. Ever! To know she is in a place of influence over anyone makes me sick. I don't feed him every time he cries. I try holding him, changing him, cradling him, singing to him first. If that doesn't work or he is showing classic signs of hunger. I feed him. End of story. This person needs to be fired. Rude staff, no entertainment for children at all, don't honor times of appointments and walk ins a normally helped along with you, unpleasant and not caring or nice, and this one stupid women. I hope someone from the state reads this and takes a look at what is being told to people here.
The girls are friendly, pleasing, and accommodating. If you're a smoker, I highly recommend Landing Strip... They have a smoking patio with these little metal benches, and who wants to sit on a cold, metal bench in a G-string? The girls will be fighting over how many can sit on your lap.
I recently was in need of a social security disability representative to help fight my case with the Social Security Administration. I initially tried to file the claim by myself only to find myself denied and lost in paperwork. A close family friend recommended that I contact Garett Gray with Great Oaks Disability. He was wonderful, attentive, and extremely knowledgeable. He won my case and got me thousands of dollars in back pay. I would highly recommend this firm. His staff was excellent and was always there to answer any question I had. They handled all the paperwork that I received as well as ordered all my medical records. When we went to court I was amazed at how Mr. Gray worked with the judge and the expert witnesses. In fact, the judge told me I was lucky to have such a competent representative. I am sure that I won my case because of him.
The entire staff is very helpful! My case was handled very promptly. We won almost immediately! I enjoyed the upbeat and sincere attitude that they always had, and I would recommend anyone to use Great Oaks Disability Advocates to handle their disability cases.