Some 1st Party Claims We're Tracking

Parents of a student that failed the 3rd grade reading test in MI.Homeowners that asked for homeowner’s property tax assistance.Adults under 26 that were ordered into foster care in Michigan for over a year.Victims of a Detroit Land Bank property acquisitions & sell.Individuals arrested, held and arraigned without seeing a lawyer or public defender in Michigan.Citizens that did not receive a covid-19 economic stimulus check.Citizens that had a confiscated covid-19 economic stimulus check.Non-custodial biological parents between 1965 and 2018.Patients of University of Michigan doctor Robert Anderson between 1968 and 2003.Employees laid off because of Covid-19 and then terminated for refusing an early return to work. Victims of having a family members body held for debt at a nursing home in Michigan.Victims of bureaucratic errors resulting in damage.Victims of retaliatory eviction.Property owners that lost a home due to tax foreclosure in Detroit during 2010-2016.

1st Party Claims Show Cause

The networking model has proven to give rise to organized handling of 1st party claims. Although on a study-model scale, today we’ve demonstrated the value of having the 1st party claims. As a result that means we can have better definitions, accountability and solution validation. By using direct input of 1st party claims we’ve increased the value of individual claimed experiences. With that we’ve made handling policies for the claims that are in there original context. We’ve also gained more insight in to the ignition point of activism from the individual. The discoveries that we’ve made have benefited the needs of the impacted person, the advocates and the problem solvers. When Individuals speak up, advocate and use the networking option they make a difference. Usually it’s activist that bring forward victims and concerned citizens. Engaged people alert, inform and invoke acknowledgement of 1st party claims; those same people gain power to demand responses, answ…

Our Offer To Receive 1st Party Claims

We offer victims and potential victims the option to get help finding advocacy support and problem solving assistance. The mutual agreement method we use starts with our first question; the first question is would you agree to share or receive any 1st party experience based claims? That decision and agreement promotes collaborative problem solving, organizing and connecting. The answer that each of us gives to that first question is key, and if that answer is no, it automatically prompts our offer. Our offer is to receive any current and future 1st party claims from that respondent; we hope they’ll agree later. We want every 1st party and potential 1st party to know that we’re willing to network. We want individuals to know that we focus on mutual agreement based problem solving. We believe that the handling plan for our incoming claims is essential to our comfort level and trust trigger. Because having a trusted networking is critical, we can select and monitor citizen claim handling…

Formatting 1st Party Claims For Connecting

We’re moving away from the bulk handling and unnecessary meetings at random times. The least effective options and policies for handling our 1st party claims are currently being used. We as the impacted have been damaged and must develop a better chain of custody for our claims and complaints. The repair we need starts with policies that include more direct engagement; plus the repair must include acquisition of frontend mutual agreements. More agreements to receive, share and/or store our specific types of 1st party claims are needed. The agreements are crucial to creating value for the actual claims of impacted persons. The agreements also help protect the property of personal experience, and for speeding up the sharing with others. The others in this scenario are those that are related to our claims by personal experience, expertise or interest. Our format is based on answers to 3 questions; what happened to you? What would you like to see happen? And how do you think others can he…

Planned Receiving Of 1st Party Claims

Planning to receive the 1st party claims that are related to any matter is pro-active. It’s no doubt that when we have a mutual agreement on the frontend; we have a better relationship for communication. Today the need to acknowledge each incoming 1st party claim is paramount. With the right approach to this paramount need we can add another option. The empowerment can be given to ourselves by simply managing our 1st party claims with written handling policies. Its only with planning that we can evidence, predict and test which practices are best. When we use a planned model we can adjust our search assistance to serve the average person much better.  To date we’ve learned from our engagement of agreements to receive various types of 1st party claims. One proof positive is that networking can facilitate the start-up time for early intervention. Mate3 is also giving methodology to identification of 1st party problems. A second proof is that mate3 networking raises the value a…