Nope, #WorkComp is NOT an Employee Benefit

Linda Ayres

Linda Ayres

Wyndham Worldwide

WorkComp is NOT an Employee Benefit

OPEN LETTER TO WYNDHAM WORLDWIDE AND GRANCELL, STANDER, REUBENS, THOMAS AND KINSEY, AND CNA…aka AMERICAN CASUALTY

I was injured on the job at WorldMark by Wyndham on January 9, 2012. I have been awaiting medically necessary treatment for traumatic brain injury, #TBI, since that time, and it is nearly 3 years later.

Without going in to all the details of the horrors I have endured, I want to publicly ask the leadership of Wyndham, Grancell and CNA to help me get medically necessary treatment and settle this monstrous activity that charades as Workers Compensation.

It is only the attorneys and insurance people and evaluating providers participating in compensation, while my life is being destroyed by failure to treat, and interference when I try to get help on my on. The financial terrorism is another aspect, and the Courts will hear that matter the end of the month, including but not limited to the $20,000 bonus CNA received from the State of California for refusing to pay TTD in 2012/2013.

The failure to treat has been unconscionable, compounded by extreme abuse and terrorism. I have asked for an introduction to Mr. Grancell, and I am hereby asking for an introduction to Thomas Motamed of CNA, and I am asking that the appropriate Wyndham peer to these guys step up to the plate and help me.

My blog about these matters is:ASK ABOUT WORKERS COMP GRAVY TRAINS. https://askaboutworkerscompgravytrains.com/

I have been accepted into the Coastline Cognitive Rehabilitation Program that starts next week. Ask a lawyer about that program, and how it can help injured workers AND mitigate losses caused by questionable conduct.

I would appreciate the funds to get there, and lodging while I am there. I do believe Newport Beach has ordinances against homelessness; a safe, clean Wyndham property will suffice, such as Avenue of the Arts. The program is 1-2 years. Accommodations are required until settlement.

LET’S MAKE SOME CHANGES IN WORK COMP IN AMERICA, AND LET’S LET THESE 3 COMPANIES LEAD THE WAY, OR BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE IN TRIAL IN THE HIGHEST COURTS OF THE LAND. YOU CHOOSE.

I have extended another request for Chris Asvar, Esq. to handle my case. I will be contacting Neil Pedersen, Esq. as well. We’ll see if they can jump in now. I’m sure you know who they are.

Thank you for your consideration.

Linda Ayres, In Pro Per

wynLINDA@gmail.com

760 368 5243

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