Phoenix, AZ asked in Consumer Law for Arizona

Q: I called a plumbing company because my pipes were clogged. They installed unecessary cleanout valves.

Bottom line... the plumber's called buddies in restoration business. They called and set-up my claim with my homeowner's insurance. The plumber's are working at my house and I need to go to the courthouse to secure an Order of Prot. against my live-in rommate who threatened to kill me. It's Friday afternoon and the plumbers' cannot assure me that when I get home, I will have a functioning toilet. Therefore, en route to the courthouse, I call my insurance to see if my plumbers removed both toilets if they would put me up in a hotel. During the call, I tell them I am disabled and in severe trauma due to my current life situation. I ask if they will put me up in a hotel if I return home wihtout a toilet. The adjuster asks when I first noticed pluming issue. At that juncture, my amygdala has effectively highjacked my PFC rendering my memory/critic. thinking skills almost null. I can't recall and she cancels claim. Then I tell plumbers when I return home about the call.

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A: That’s quite a tale, but there is no question posed for anyone to answer.

Try reposting this with a specific legal question stated clearly either first or last.

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