The anecdotal incident report covers in a comprehesive manner all these issues and was sent to T.L. Thompson and Associates, Garland, Texas, yesterday in hopes that it would let them know that further pursuit of this would not be to their or State Farm's advantage financially and to the driver of the vehicle who violated Colorado state law concerning impeding flow of traffic and the fraudulent falsification of information and third driving illegally by residing in Colorado but having an Oregon license and plates.
Question: Do you want my son/me to also send a strongly worded letter to State Farm because I'm more than willing to do so just give me a "yes."
Thanks. I got your reply and will follow through and I will rate you at the highest level brother.
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