Below is the timeline detailing the bureaucratic delays encountered during the pool house rebuild. Delays that Farmers Insurance did not deem to extenuating circumstances. This timeline is then followed by OVER 400 pages of emails compiled over 3 + years between Dr. J, his contractors and Farmers Insurance as they detailed the circumstances surrounding each of the permitting delays that occurred as they occurred.

Timeline

Farmers Pool House Rebuild Timeline

January 21st, 2016

 

Dear Farmers Insurance

 

I am writing this letter in reference to claim # 3004204236-1-1 and as an addendum to the letter written by Everlast Renovation to detail the reason(s) for the delay in starting the work on my damaged pool house. In the spring/summer of 2016, my pool house roof panels suffered hail damage. After noting the damage, I made a claim with the believe that the damaged panels could and would simply be replaced. However, after entering the claim, because of the unique nature of the structure involved, Farmers ran into a great deal of difficulty locating a company that could actually repair the damaged pool house roof panels. Ultimately, as can be seen in the attached 3/22/2016 e-mail from Farmers Special Field Claims Representative Jermey Ottaway, no one with Farmers was able to find a local company that could repair the damage roof panels. Instead, because our policy required a like for like repair or replacement of any damaged structure, Farmers made the determination that the entire pool house would need to be replaced. So, from the very start there were unusual delays in starting the project simply because the unique nature of the structure for this area made it difficult for anyone to find a company locally that could repair, or as would ultimately be decided, replace it.

Once the decision was made to replace the structure, it should be noted that I was opposed to this approach. I feared that such a large claim would raise my premiums. I also feared that replacing the structure would take an unreasonably long time. Little did I know. Unfortunately, I was informed that this was the route that had to be taken given the language of the policy and given the unique nature of the structure. Based on this, the pool house structure was demolished in the summer of 2016. After the pool house was demolished, obstacle after obstacle after obstacle arose. And none of these obstacles were of my, the paying policy holders doing. Now mind you, while obstacle after obstacle after obstacle was encountered, my home was in shambles. Once the pool house had been demolished, one entire side of my home, a side that is not insulated mind you because it was previously shielded by the pool house, was now exposed. Additionally, the two-way fire place that once sat between my bar room and my pool house now functioned as an unsecured way for things to get into and out of the home. Living in a rural area with cayotes, racoons and all kinds of creepy crawlers, you can imagine that this fact was quite troubling. Most troubling though as we encountered obstacle after obstacle after obstacle for more than two years, including two Chicago winters; was the fact that my entire home was constantly freezing. With one entire side of the home exposed, there was nothing we could do to keep the home

warm. This in spite of that fact that our heating bill for those two winters was more than double what it had been over previous winters. A massive cost we were forced to bare.

Farmers Pool House Rebuild Timeline

So, why were there the delays that Farmers now sites as the reason for no longer funding the remainder of the work to complete the replacement of our pool house? Did I as the paying policy holder failed to do something I should have done? No. Did Dynadome fail to have the new pool house structure completed and ready for delivery in a timely fashion? No. In fact, they stored the structure in their facility at no cost to us for over 2 years because they realized that we were getting jerked around enough already. Did Everlast Renovation fail to complete any of the required administrative or logistical work it needed to complete for the project to move forward in a timely manner? No. The simple reason for the delay was the fact that our project got caught in bureaucratic permitting hell! And Farmers’ unwillingness to now provide the remaining funding needed after all of this time is like the cherry on top of this horrific experience. After the pool house was demolished, Lake County took over 2 years to grant the permit needed to build the new structure to replace it. And in fact, when Lake County incorrectly thought that we were “illegally” trying to rebuild the structure after a nosy neighbor seeing someone around the construction site doing soil sampling called the county, they placed a red notice on our door forbidding any further work being done under the threat of a fine being levied. So, in short, Lake County and their unwillingness to provide the permit needed to erect the new pool house was the reason for the 2+ year delay. Here is a rough timeline…….

September 15th, 2016: Lake County provided the permit for demolition of the old pool house.

September 29th, 2016: The old pool house was taken down.

November 2nd, 2016: Mea Blauer, a permit reviewer with Lake County denied the permit for the pool house rebuild stating that there were questions about whether or not the structure assembled by Dynadome could safely be erected on the old pool house’s foundation. The new structure being slightly heavier, Lake County sited concerns about whether or not the depth of the foundation’s footing below the freeze line was sufficient enough to support it. They also sited concerns about whether or not the foundation wall was thick enough to support the load of the new structure.

November 3rd, 2016: On the advice of Lake County, GE Concrete Inc was retained to assess the site for possible modifications to the foundation to support the new structure. They conclude that the excavation work required to modify the foundation’s footing and wall thickness would put the retaining wall that currently sits between the pool house foundation and a creek adjacent to the home in jeopardy. Further complicating this matter was the fact that the creek and the area around the creek has been designated as “preserved wetlands” by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources. As such, Lake County indicated that the Illinois Department of Natural Resources would need to get involved in the

Farmers Pool House Rebuild Timeline

 

permitting of any work that might disturb the creek and the surround flora. Therefore, they stated that additional survey work of the area surrounding the creek, wetlands and the retaining wall supporting the foundation would be required. Unfortunately, because wintertime had now arrived and snow had fallen, this survey work could not be properly done until the snow had cleared.

December 26th, 2016: The snow had cleared and survey work on the site had been completed and a reported provided. The report revealed that, in addition to the retaining wall adjacent to the pool house foundation being in designated wetlands, the entire property (including where the old pool house stood and where the new pool house would stand) was in a flood plain. With this bit of news, another bureaucratic agency needed to be involved.

January 31st, 2017: With the entire project site now being in land deemed to be part of a flood plain, Lake County refused to move forward with any permitting matters. Instead they referred us to FEMA.

February 3rd, 2017: FEMA indicated that additional survey work of the site would be required. Accurate Survey Service was contracted to complete the FEMA survey.  Once completed, Accurate then submitted this survey along with a LOMA (Letter of Map Amendment) request to FEMA.

June 14th, 2017: FEMA moves at FEMA’s pace, and it wasn’t until June 14th that they approved our application for a LOMA removing the house and the foundation where the pool house would sit from the flood plain. However, this LOMA did not remove the retaining wall that supports the pool house foundation from the flood plain.

June 17th, 2017: Lake County reviewed the LOMA. They still refused to grant a building permit however because the retaining wall supporting the pool house foundation was still in a flood plain. Furthermore, there were still concerns about the wetland adjacent to the retaining wall that supported the pool house foundation being disrupted. Accurate Survey Service’s was again contracted.

October 11th, 2017: Again, FEMA moves at FEMA’s pace, and it wasn’t until October 11th of 2017 that they responded to the LOMA request for the retaining wall. They indicated that they would not provide a separate LOMA for the retaining wall.

Another winter comes, and all surveying works stops.

March 15th, 2018: G&C Consulting Engineers are retained to help devise a solution for getting around Lake County’s floodplain and wetland permitting concerns. They propose a 12-14 month study that ultimately may and may not convince FEMA to provide a LOMA for the retaining wall and that might also provide creative solutions for working around any wetland concerns.

Farmers Pool House Rebuild Timeline

March 26th, 2018: Lake County still unwilling to provide the permit to erect the new pool house due to persistent questions about the wetland designation and the LOMA issues surrounding the retaining wall the supported the pool house foundation, Midland Standard Engineering and Testing, Inc is enlisted to complete soil testing around the pool house foundation. This was done so that Benesch Engineering (a firm that works closely with Dynadome) could provide modifications to the new pool house structure that would result in it having a similar weight to the old structure. The hopes were that, if the new structure to be erected had a similar weight to the old one, Lake County would approve it being erected on the old foundation without new foundation work being required. If no new foundation work would be required, this would allow us to get around the foundation/retaining wall wetland and LOMA concerns of Lake County.

May 1st -15th, 2018: After the ground had sufficiently thawed, Midland Standard Engineering conducted soil testing around the pool house foundation. While doing this testing, Lake County, assuming that we had begun work on rebuilding the pool house without a permit, fined us and placed a red letter on our door. This clearly speaks to the fact that almost 2 years after we had placed our initial claim with Farmers, Lake County had NOT and still was NOT allowing us to rebuild the pool house.

May 18th, 2018: Soil testing complete, Midland Standard Engineering provided the soil testing to Benesch.

June 5th, 2018: With information about the soil strength, and based on recommendations from Benesch, Dynadome made adjustments to the new pool house structure that ensured that it would have a similar weight to the old pool house and would thusly be safely supported by the old foundation and the 3000 psi soil strength confirmed by Midland Standard’s soil testing. With this, a new application was filed with Lake County to erect the new pool house using the old foundation, thusly avoiding any further FEMA LOMA or Illinois Department of Natural Resources concerns about flood plains and wetlands.

August 21st, 2018: Lake County “approved” the new plan but would not grant the permit until the home’s septic had been serviced (an annual requirement in Lake County) and until questions about how the pool house doors would be secured were answered. These issues were promptly addressed

October 1st, 2018: Lake County granted the permit to construct the new pool house.

October 1st – December 5th, 2018: Dynadome was making the required modifications to the structure before it was to be delivered.

December 5th, 2018: Dynadome delivered the new pool house structure.

Farmers Pool House Rebuild Timeline

December 10th-17th, 2018: The new pool house structure was erected.

So, as this timeline clearly demonstrates, there was no unreasonable delay on my part as the policy holder. And in fact, I as the policy holder was forced to endure 2 + years of hell in an effort to replace a pool house whose damaged roof panels I just wanted replaced. There also was no unreasonable delay on the part of Dynadome nor on the part of Everlast Renovation. Unfortunately, we all became subjected to the whims of multiple governmental bureaucracies that work on their own timetables. However, after more than 2 years of engineering work, survey work, soil sampling, back and forth with governmental agencies like FEMA, the Lake County building department and the Illinois Department of Natural Resources; after two God awful winters, burst pipes in a bathroom that was exposed to excessive cold due to the pool house being down, etc;  we FINALLY have the permit and the pool house has mostly been erected. So now in the name of all that is good, decent and just, don’t let it be Farmer’s, our advocate in this whole matter, to become another obstacle that takes this project any further out from completion than it has already been taken. PLEASE, release any funds needed to complete this project. The 2+ year delay in completing the project that Farmer’s has cited for “closing” the claim and withholding anymore funds was one that was beyond anyone’s control. What is more, we kept Farmers abreast of each and every obstacle as we encountered them, so it is not as if Farmers was unaware of why the delays were occurring. These delays have already caused my family more than our fair share of grieve. So please, let’s end this saga!

Sincerely;

Jamil Abdur-Rahman, M.D.

 

 

E-Mail Correspondences with Farmers Insurance from 2015-2019. 

 

  • To:James Lizzio

Jan 21 at 3:35 PM

Thanks Jim!

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

> On Jan 21, 2019, at 3:16 PM, James Lizzio <jlizzio@farmersagent.com> wrote:
>
> Hi Tara and Robert,
>
> I have copied Jamil on this email per his request.  Please see the attached
> letter from him documenting the delays in the work for his claim.  He requests
> the withheld depreciation.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Jim
>
>
>
> Forwarded message is attached.
>
>
> James Lizzio
> Farmers Insurance
> 6730 S Pulaski Rd # 1
> Chicago, IL  60629-4119
> 773-767-6447 (Office)
> 773-767-6434 (Fax)
jlizzio@farmersagent.com
http://www.farmersagent.com/jlizzio
>
>
>
>
>
> This e-mail message and any documents accompanying this transmission may contain confidential information and are intended solely for the addressee (s) named above. If you are not the intended addressee/recipient, any use of, disclosure, copying, distribution, or reliance on the contents of this e-mail information is strictly prohibited. Please reply to the sender advising of the error in transmission and immediately delete/destroy the message and any accompanying documents.
>
> Farmers Group, Inc. and its subsidiaries and affiliates, including Farmers Financial Solutions, LLC, reserve the right to monitor and review the content of all e-mail communications and attachments sent or received by or from this address and to retain them in accordance with the applicable regulatory requirements. Securities are offered through Farmers Financial Solutions, LLC, 31051 Agoura Road, Westlake Village, California 91361. Member FINRA &amp; SIPC.

> <mime-attachment>
> <Doc Jan 21, 2019, 09_00.pdf>

 

 

<jlizzio@farmersagent.com>

To:robert.mucho@farmersinsurance.com,tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

Cc:drjamil1976@yahoo.com

Jan 21 at 3:16 PM

Hi Tara and Robert,

I have copied Jamil on this email per his request.  Please see the attached
letter from him documenting the delays in the work for his claim.  He requests
the withheld depreciation.

Thanks,

Jim

Forwarded message is attached.

James Lizzio
Farmers Insurance
6730 S Pulaski Rd # 1
Chicago, IL  60629-4119
773-767-6447 (Office)
773-767-6434 (Fax)
jlizzio@farmersagent.com
http://www.farmersagent.com/jlizzio

This e-mail message and any documents accompanying this transmission may contain confidential information and are intended solely for the addressee (s) named above. If you are not the intended addressee/recipient, any use of, disclosure, copying, distribution, or reliance on the contents of this e-mail information is strictly prohibited. Please reply to the sender advising of the error in transmission and immediately delete/destroy the message and any accompanying documents.

Farmers Group, Inc. and its subsidiaries and affiliates, including Farmers Financial Solutions, LLC, reserve the right to monitor and review the content of all e-mail communications and attachments sent or received by or from this address and to retain them in accordance with the applicable regulatory requirements. Securities are offered through Farmers Financial Solutions, LLC, 31051 Agoura Road, Westlake Village, California 91361. Member FINRA &amp; SIPC.

Good morning Jim, I’ve attached the letter the Farmers Supervisor asked that I write detailing the reason for the delay in the pool house reconstruction getting started. When I spoke with the Supervisor he asked that I email the letter to him, but I lost his contact info. Can you email me his email address so that I can send him a copy of the letter as well? Thanks.

 

Jamil

 

—– Forwarded Message —–

From: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To: Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

Sent: Monday, January 21, 2019, 9:04:17 AM CST

Subject: Farmers Letter

 

 

 

<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:robert.mucho@farmersinsurance.com

Cc:Justin EverlastRenovation,Ivan Gonzalez,Cihan Ozdemir

Jan 21 at 9:24 AM

Claim # 3004204236-1-1

 

Good morning Mr. Mucho. I have attached copies of the letters that you requested from both myself and from Everlast Renovation detailing why it took longer than expected for my pool house to be erected. I have also attached a timeline provided by Everlast Renovation. I know that you said that you would present these documents to the power that be so that they can approve additionally funding being released for the completion of this project since those closed the claim (and access to future funds) because the project took longer than expected. What kind of time frame are we looking at before receiving a final disposition?

 

<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:jlizzio@farmersagent.com

Jan 21 at 9:08 AM

Good morning Jim, I’ve attached the letter the Farmers Supervisor asked that I write detailing the reason for the delay in the pool house reconstruction getting started. When I spoke with the Supervisor he asked that I email the letter to him, but I lost his contact info. Can you email me his email address so that I can send him a copy of the letter as well? Thanks.

 

Jamil

 

—– Forwarded Message —–

From: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To: Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

Sent: Monday, January 21, 2019, 9:04:17 AM CST

Subject: Farmers Letter

 

 

 

Sent from my iPhone

 

 

 

<tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>

To:Jamil Abdur-Rahman

Jan 21 at 8:56 AM

I will be out of the office starting Monday January 7th and returning at a future undetermined date.  If you require immediate assistance, please contact Robert Mucho at 901-395-4864 or robert.mucho@farmersinsurance.com.

 

<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Fix My House

Cc:Cihan Ozdemir,Tara Stanley

Oct 3, 2018 at 1:59 PM

I just received an email yesterday stating that another inspection was not required. As I’ve previously stated, ABSOLUTELY NOTHING has changed since the last inspection. We’ve been waiting almost 2 years for the permit to rebuild. So, what the inspector saw when last out is what they will see again. Winter is coming, it’s getting cold and my house is getting cold because one entire side of it is exposed to the elements. We need to get the pool house up. So, if yesterday’s email was incorrect and an inspection is now needed, can we schedule it ASAP. Dynatechnologies will not deliver the pool house structure to be built until they’ve been paid. You won’t pay them until yet another inspection is done. So we need to really move here.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Oct 3, 2018, at 1:43 PM, Fix My House <FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com> wrote:

Hello,

 

Thank you for your e-mail. If you are referring to the certificate of liability, we do not have a sample I apologize. This is a document your contractor has as proof they are insured.

 

Please reach out with any questions.

 

Have a nice day!

 

Thank you,

 

 

Courtney Pulvirenti | Insurance Loss Specialist

866.947.8425

 

—–Original Message—–

Priority: Normal

From: (Cihan Ozdemir)  ozdemir@dynadome.com

Sent: 10/2/2018

To: (Yahoo Account) drjamil1976@yahoo.com

Cc: (Fix My House) FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com; (Tara Stanley) tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

Subject: Re: Pool House Repair

Hi-

 

Who/how is the certificate to be issued?  Do you have a sample?

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Tue, Oct 2, 2018 at 4:42 PM Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Thanks. Once you receive the requested documents from Cihan at Dynatechnology will you be able to send him his final payment, or is there something more that I will need to do?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

> On Oct 2, 2018, at 4:09 PM, Fix My House <FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com> wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> I have noted your loan we do not need to order an inspection.  Once we receive the remaining documents required we will upload to your loan.
>
> Please reach out to us anytime if you have any questions.
>
> Thank you,
>
>
> Every Client. Every Time. No Exceptions. No Excuses.
> Andrea Mueller| Insurance Loss Specialist
> (866)-947-8425 hotline
> Email: FIXMYHOUSE@QUICKENLOANS.COM
>
>
>
>
> —–Original Message—–
> Priority: Normal
> From: (Yahoo Account)  drjamil1976@yahoo.com
> Sent: 10/2/2018
> To: (Fix My House) FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com
> Cc: (ozdemir@dynadome.comozdemir@dynadome.com; (Tara Stanley) tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
> Subject: Re: Pool House RepairMy last email was I. Regards to Dynatechnology. Cohan from Dynatechnology is cc’ed on this email as well, so he should be able to send you the documents you need from him. In regards to the inspection, nothing has been done to be inspected yet. We have been dealing with permitting issues for the last two years and finally received the permit to rebuild the pool house last week. So no structure has been erected yet. However, it is my understanding that the contract with Dynatechnology that was previously submitted to Quicken states that they will not deliver the structure for Everlast to actually erect until Dynatechnology has been paid in full for the structure.  So there really won’t be anything to inspect until the structure has been delivered by Dynatechnology and then erected by Everlast. If you want to send someone out for a progress inspection we can schedule that. But I am not over exaggerating when I say that there has been absolutely no progress made over the last two years. We are just now able after the permit approval last week to start rebuilding the structure now.
>
> Jamil
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
>> On Oct 2, 2018, at 8:09 AM, Fix My House <FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com> wrote:
>>
>> Hello Jamil,
>> Thank you for your email.
>> Is the contractor you are speaking of Everlast Renovations or Dynatechnology? We have W-9’s for both of these companies and we have disbursed funds previously to you and those companies.
>> I do apologize for any inconvenience but I am unable to locate a few documents needed. We did have a few changes in our insurance loss process since your claim originated and we will need these documents to release funds in the future.
>> If funds are needed for Everlast we need a copy of their contractors certificate of liability insurance and a copy of the contract/estimate between you and Everlast.
>> If this is in regard to Dynatechnology we will need a copy of their certificate of liability insurance, copy of contract/estimate between you and them, and a conditional wavier of lien filled out and signed by them.
>> We will need to have a progress and/or final inspection done before we can release more funds as well.
>> If you are ready for the inspection please reply back to this email with the best phone number for an inspector to reach you at and we will have it ordered. This would be done by our third party vendor, at no cost to you.
>> If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at the information listed below.
>> Have a great day!
>> Thank you,
>> Rachel Metcalf | Insurance Loss Specialist
>> Ph: (866) 947-8425
>> Fax: (877) 382-6522
>> Fixmyhouse@quickenloans.com
>> Every Client. Every Time. No Exceptions. No Excuses.
>>
>>
>>
>> —–Original Message—–
>> Priority: Normal
>> From: (Yahoo Account)  drjamil1976@yahoo.com
>> Sent: 10/1/2018
>> To: (Fix My House) FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com
>> Cc: (ozdemir@dynadome.comozdemir@dynadome.com; (Tara Stanley)tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
>> Subject: Re: Pool House RepairI am 99.9% sure that they’ve all already provided those documents since they’ve been paid previously on this project. Maybe you can double check the file. Or to just move things along maybe Cihan can send those documents again. He will be cc’ed in this email. Thanks!
>>
>> Jamil
>>
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>
>>> On Oct 1, 2018, at 8:54 AM, Fix My House <FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com> wrote:
>>>
>>> Hello,
>>>
>>> Thank you for your e-mail. We are happy to hear repairs are coming along now! We will need a W9, contractors license, contract and lien waiver from your contractor to release funds.
>>>
>>> You can contact us at the number below for any questions, or always send us an e-mail.
>>>
>>> Once repairs are complete we do require a final inspection. We will set this up for you at no cost.
>>>
>>>
>>> Please reach out with any questions.
>>>
>>> Have a nice day!
>>>
>>> Thank you,
>>>
>>>
>>> Courtney Pulvirenti | Insurance Loss Specialist
>>> 866.947.8425
>>> —–Original Message—–
>>> Priority: Normal
>>> From: (Yahoo Account)  drjamil1976@yahoo.com
>>> Sent: 9/27/2018
>>> To: (Fix My House) FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com
>>> Cc: (ozdemir@dynadome.comozdemir@dynadome.com; (Tara Stanley)tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
>>> Subject: Pool House RepairGood afternoon. My loan number is 3340974998. My address is 24700 West Indian Trail Road Barrington IL 60010. Our pool house is in the process of being repaired/replaced after hail damage suffered in 2016. The work began in 2016, but because of various permitting issues is just now going to be completed. Some funds for work that has been done or is soon to be done were sent to me by my insurer (Farmers) back in 2016. Quicken required that my wife and I send those funds to them to be held in an escrow account. So all funds sent to my wife and I by Farmers were forwarded to Quicken in 2016. The manufacturer of the new pool house (Dynadome) is requesting their final payment now the all permits have been approved and they will be delivering the house to be constructed. Who should Dynadome reach out to to have Quicken release the rest of whatever money they are due?
>>>
>>> Jamil
>>>
>>> P.S. I’ve cc’ed Cihan from Dynadome and Tara from Farmers on this email as well. Please reply all so that they are aware of how Dynadome should proceed. Thanks.
>>>
>>> Sent from my iPhone
>>>
>>> {CMI: GTCU33926148}
>> <BlankConditionalLienWaiver.pdf>

 

FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir,Yahoo Account

Cc:Tara Stanley

Oct 3, 2018 at 1:43 PM

Hello,

 

Thank you for your e-mail. If you are referring to the certificate of liability, we do not have a sample I apologize. This is a document your contractor has as proof they are insured.

 

Please reach out with any questions.

 

Have a nice day!

 

Thank you,

 

 

Courtney Pulvirenti | Insurance Loss Specialist

866.947.8425

 

—–Original Message—–

Priority: Normal

From: (Cihan Ozdemir)  ozdemir@dynadome.com

Sent: 10/2/2018

To: (Yahoo Account) drjamil1976@yahoo.com

Cc: (Fix My House) FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com; (Tara Stanley) tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

Subject: Re: Pool House Repair

Hi-

 

Who/how is the certificate to be issued?  Do you have a sample?

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential, proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated above. If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments. Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this message or any attachments by an individual or entity other than the intended recipient is prohibited.

 

 

On Tue, Oct 2, 2018 at 4:42 PM Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Thanks. Once you receive the requested documents from Cihan at Dynatechnology will you be able to send him his final payment, or is there something more that I will need to do?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

> On Oct 2, 2018, at 4:09 PM, Fix My House <FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com> wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> I have noted your loan we do not need to order an inspection.  Once we receive the remaining documents required we will upload to your loan.
>
> Please reach out to us anytime if you have any questions.
>
> Thank you,
>
>
> Every Client. Every Time. No Exceptions. No Excuses.
> Andrea Mueller| Insurance Loss Specialist
> (866)-947-8425 hotline
> Email: FIXMYHOUSE@QUICKENLOANS.COM
>
>
>
>
> —–Original Message—–
> Priority: Normal
> From: (Yahoo Account)  drjamil1976@yahoo.com
> Sent: 10/2/2018
> To: (Fix My House) FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com
> Cc: (ozdemir@dynadome.comozdemir@dynadome.com; (Tara Stanley) tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
> Subject: Re: Pool House RepairMy last email was I. Regards to Dynatechnology. Cohan from Dynatechnology is cc’ed on this email as well, so he should be able to send you the documents you need from him. In regards to the inspection, nothing has been done to be inspected yet. We have been dealing with permitting issues for the last two years and finally received the permit to rebuild the pool house last week. So no structure has been erected yet. However, it is my understanding that the contract with Dynatechnology that was previously submitted to Quicken states that they will not deliver the structure for Everlast to actually erect until Dynatechnology has been paid in full for the structure.  So there really won’t be anything to inspect until the structure has been delivered by Dynatechnology and then erected by Everlast. If you want to send someone out for a progress inspection we can schedule that. But I am not over exaggerating when I say that there has been absolutely no progress made over the last two years. We are just now able after the permit approval last week to start rebuilding the structure now.
>
> Jamil
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
>> On Oct 2, 2018, at 8:09 AM, Fix My House <FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com> wrote:
>>
>> Hello Jamil,
>> Thank you for your email.
>> Is the contractor you are speaking of Everlast Renovations or Dynatechnology? We have W-9’s for both of these companies and we have disbursed funds previously to you and those companies.
>> I do apologize for any inconvenience but I am unable to locate a few documents needed. We did have a few changes in our insurance loss process since your claim originated and we will need these documents to release funds in the future.
>> If funds are needed for Everlast we need a copy of their contractors certificate of liability insurance and a copy of the contract/estimate between you and Everlast.
>> If this is in regard to Dynatechnology we will need a copy of their certificate of liability insurance, copy of contract/estimate between you and them, and a conditional wavier of lien filled out and signed by them.
>> We will need to have a progress and/or final inspection done before we can release more funds as well.
>> If you are ready for the inspection please reply back to this email with the best phone number for an inspector to reach you at and we will have it ordered. This would be done by our third party vendor, at no cost to you.
>> If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at the information listed below.
>> Have a great day!
>> Thank you,
>> Rachel Metcalf | Insurance Loss Specialist
>> Ph: (866) 947-8425
>> Fax: (877) 382-6522
>> Fixmyhouse@quickenloans.com
>> Every Client. Every Time. No Exceptions. No Excuses.
>>
>>
>>
>> —–Original Message—–
>> Priority: Normal
>> From: (Yahoo Account)  drjamil1976@yahoo.com
>> Sent: 10/1/2018
>> To: (Fix My House) FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com
>> Cc: (ozdemir@dynadome.comozdemir@dynadome.com; (Tara Stanley)tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
>> Subject: Re: Pool House RepairI am 99.9% sure that they’ve all already provided those documents since they’ve been paid previously on this project. Maybe you can double check the file. Or to just move things along maybe Cihan can send those documents again. He will be cc’ed in this email. Thanks!
>>
>> Jamil
>>
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>
>>> On Oct 1, 2018, at 8:54 AM, Fix My House <FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com> wrote:
>>>
>>> Hello,
>>>
>>> Thank you for your e-mail. We are happy to hear repairs are coming along now! We will need a W9, contractors license, contract and lien waiver from your contractor to release funds.
>>>
>>> You can contact us at the number below for any questions, or always send us an e-mail.
>>>
>>> Once repairs are complete we do require a final inspection. We will set this up for you at no cost.
>>>
>>>
>>> Please reach out with any questions.
>>>
>>> Have a nice day!
>>>
>>> Thank you,
>>>
>>>
>>> Courtney Pulvirenti | Insurance Loss Specialist
>>> 866.947.8425
>>> —–Original Message—–
>>> Priority: Normal
>>> From: (Yahoo Account)  drjamil1976@yahoo.com
>>> Sent: 9/27/2018
>>> To: (Fix My House) FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com
>>> Cc: (ozdemir@dynadome.comozdemir@dynadome.com; (Tara Stanley)tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
>>> Subject: Pool House RepairGood afternoon. My loan number is 3340974998. My address is 24700 West Indian Trail Road Barrington IL 60010. Our pool house is in the process of being repaired/replaced after hail damage suffered in 2016. The work began in 2016, but because of various permitting issues is just now going to be completed. Some funds for work that has been done or is soon to be done were sent to me by my insurer (Farmers) back in 2016. Quicken required that my wife and I send those funds to them to be held in an escrow account. So all funds sent to my wife and I by Farmers were forwarded to Quicken in 2016. The manufacturer of the new pool house (Dynadome) is requesting their final payment now the all permits have been approved and they will be delivering the house to be constructed. Who should Dynadome reach out to to have Quicken release the rest of whatever money they are due?
>>>
>>> Jamil
>>>
>>> P.S. I’ve cc’ed Cihan from Dynadome and Tara from Farmers on this email as well. Please reply all so that they are aware of how Dynadome should proceed. Thanks.
>>>
>>> Sent from my iPhone
>>>
>>> {CMI: GTCU33926148}
>> <BlankConditionalLienWaiver.pdf>

 

 

<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Fix My House

Cc:ozdemir@dynadome.com,Tara Stanley

Oct 2, 2018 at 4:42 PM

Thanks. Once you receive the requested documents from Cihan at Dynatechnology will you be able to send him his final payment, or is there something more that I will need to do?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

> On Oct 2, 2018, at 4:09 PM, Fix My House <FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com> wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> I have noted your loan we do not need to order an inspection.  Once we receive the remaining documents required we will upload to your loan.
>
> Please reach out to us anytime if you have any questions.
>
> Thank you,
>
>
> Every Client. Every Time. No Exceptions. No Excuses.
> Andrea Mueller| Insurance Loss Specialist
> (866)-947-8425 hotline
> Email: FIXMYHOUSE@QUICKENLOANS.COM
>
>
>
>
> —–Original Message—–
> Priority: Normal
> From: (Yahoo Account)  drjamil1976@yahoo.com
> Sent: 10/2/2018
> To: (Fix My House) FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com
> Cc: (ozdemir@dynadome.comozdemir@dynadome.com; (Tara Stanley) tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
> Subject: Re: Pool House RepairMy last email was I. Regards to Dynatechnology. Cohan from Dynatechnology is cc’ed on this email as well, so he should be able to send you the documents you need from him. In regards to the inspection, nothing has been done to be inspected yet. We have been dealing with permitting issues for the last two years and finally received the permit to rebuild the pool house last week. So no structure has been erected yet. However, it is my understanding that the contract with Dynatechnology that was previously submitted to Quicken states that they will not deliver the structure for Everlast to actually erect until Dynatechnology has been paid in full for the structure.  So there really won’t be anything to inspect until the structure has been delivered by Dynatechnology and then erected by Everlast. If you want to send someone out for a progress inspection we can schedule that. But I am not over exaggerating when I say that there has been absolutely no progress made over the last two years. We are just now able after the permit approval last week to start rebuilding the structure now.
>
> Jamil
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
>> On Oct 2, 2018, at 8:09 AM, Fix My House <FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com> wrote:
>>
>> Hello Jamil,
>> Thank you for your email.
>> Is the contractor you are speaking of Everlast Renovations or Dynatechnology? We have W-9’s for both of these companies and we have disbursed funds previously to you and those companies.
>> I do apologize for any inconvenience but I am unable to locate a few documents needed. We did have a few changes in our insurance loss process since your claim originated and we will need these documents to release funds in the future.
>> If funds are needed for Everlast we need a copy of their contractors certificate of liability insurance and a copy of the contract/estimate between you and Everlast.
>> If this is in regard to Dynatechnology we will need a copy of their certificate of liability insurance, copy of contract/estimate between you and them, and a conditional wavier of lien filled out and signed by them.
>> We will need to have a progress and/or final inspection done before we can release more funds as well.
>> If you are ready for the inspection please reply back to this email with the best phone number for an inspector to reach you at and we will have it ordered. This would be done by our third party vendor, at no cost to you.
>> If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at the information listed below.
>> Have a great day!
>> Thank you,
>> Rachel Metcalf | Insurance Loss Specialist
>> Ph: (866) 947-8425
>> Fax: (877) 382-6522
>> Fixmyhouse@quickenloans.com
>> Every Client. Every Time. No Exceptions. No Excuses.
>>
>>
>>
>> —–Original Message—–
>> Priority: Normal
>> From: (Yahoo Account)  drjamil1976@yahoo.com
>> Sent: 10/1/2018
>> To: (Fix My House) FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com
>> Cc: (ozdemir@dynadome.comozdemir@dynadome.com; (Tara Stanley) tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
>> Subject: Re: Pool House RepairI am 99.9% sure that they’ve all already provided those documents since they’ve been paid previously on this project. Maybe you can double check the file. Or to just move things along maybe Cihan can send those documents again. He will be cc’ed in this email. Thanks!
>>
>> Jamil
>>
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>
>>> On Oct 1, 2018, at 8:54 AM, Fix My House <FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com> wrote:
>>>
>>> Hello,
>>>
>>> Thank you for your e-mail. We are happy to hear repairs are coming along now! We will need a W9, contractors license, contract and lien waiver from your contractor to release funds.
>>>
>>> You can contact us at the number below for any questions, or always send us an e-mail.
>>>
>>> Once repairs are complete we do require a final inspection. We will set this up for you at no cost.
>>>
>>>
>>> Please reach out with any questions.
>>>
>>> Have a nice day!
>>>
>>> Thank you,
>>>
>>>
>>> Courtney Pulvirenti | Insurance Loss Specialist
>>> 866.947.8425
>>> —–Original Message—–
>>> Priority: Normal
>>> From: (Yahoo Account)  drjamil1976@yahoo.com
>>> Sent: 9/27/2018
>>> To: (Fix My House) FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com
>>> Cc: (ozdemir@dynadome.comozdemir@dynadome.com; (Tara Stanley) tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
>>> Subject: Pool House RepairGood afternoon. My loan number is 3340974998. My address is 24700 West Indian Trail Road Barrington IL 60010. Our pool house is in the process of being repaired/replaced after hail damage suffered in 2016. The work began in 2016, but because of various permitting issues is just now going to be completed. Some funds for work that has been done or is soon to be done were sent to me by my insurer (Farmers) back in 2016. Quicken required that my wife and I send those funds to them to be held in an escrow account. So all funds sent to my wife and I by Farmers were forwarded to Quicken in 2016. The manufacturer of the new pool house (Dynadome) is requesting their final payment now the all permits have been approved and they will be delivering the house to be constructed. Who should Dynadome reach out to to have Quicken release the rest of whatever money they are due?
>>>
>>> Jamil
>>>
>>> P.S. I’ve cc’ed Cihan from Dynadome and Tara from Farmers on this email as well. Please reply all so that they are aware of how Dynadome should proceed. Thanks.
>>>
>>> Sent from my iPhone
>>>
>>> {CMI: GTCU33926148}
>> <BlankConditionalLienWaiver.pdf>

  • <FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Cc:ozdemir@dynadome.com,Tara Stanley

Oct 2, 2018 at 4:09 PM

Hello,

 

I have noted your loan we do not need to order an inspection.  Once we receive the remaining documents required we will upload to your loan.

 

Please reach out to us anytime if you have any questions.

 

Thank you,

 

 

Every Client. Every Time. No Exceptions. No Excuses.

Andrea Mueller| Insurance Loss Specialist

(866)-947-8425 hotline

Email: FIXMYHOUSE@QUICKENLOANS.COM

 

 

 

 

—–Original Message—–

Priority: Normal

From: (Yahoo Account)  drjamil1976@yahoo.com

Sent: 10/2/2018

To: (Fix My House) FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com

Cc: (ozdemir@dynadome.comozdemir@dynadome.com; (Tara Stanley) tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

Subject: Re: Pool House RepairMy last email was I. Regards to Dynatechnology. Cohan from Dynatechnology is cc’ed on this email as well, so he should be able to send you the documents you need from him. In regards to the inspection, nothing has been done to be inspected yet. We have been dealing with permitting issues for the last two years and finally received the permit to rebuild the pool house last week. So no structure has been erected yet. However, it is my understanding that the contract with Dynatechnology that was previously submitted to Quicken states that they will not deliver the structure for Everlast to actually erect until Dynatechnology has been paid in full for the structure.  So there really won’t be anything to inspect until the structure has been delivered by Dynatechnology and then erected by Everlast. If you want to send someone out for a progress inspection we can schedule that. But I am not over exaggerating when I say that there has been absolutely no progress made over the last two years. We are just now able after the permit approval last week to start rebuilding the structure now.

 

Jamil

 

Sent from my iPhone

 

> On Oct 2, 2018, at 8:09 AM, Fix My House <FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com> wrote:

>

> Hello Jamil,

> Thank you for your email.

> Is the contractor you are speaking of Everlast Renovations or Dynatechnology? We have W-9’s for both of these companies and we have disbursed funds previously to you and those companies.

> I do apologize for any inconvenience but I am unable to locate a few documents needed. We did have a few changes in our insurance loss process since your claim originated and we will need these documents to release funds in the future.

> If funds are needed for Everlast we need a copy of their contractors certificate of liability insurance and a copy of the contract/estimate between you and Everlast.

> If this is in regard to Dynatechnology we will need a copy of their certificate of liability insurance, copy of contract/estimate between you and them, and a conditional wavier of lien filled out and signed by them.

> We will need to have a progress and/or final inspection done before we can release more funds as well.

> If you are ready for the inspection please reply back to this email with the best phone number for an inspector to reach you at and we will have it ordered. This would be done by our third party vendor, at no cost to you.

> If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at the information listed below.

> Have a great day!

> Thank you,

> Rachel Metcalf | Insurance Loss Specialist

> Ph: (866) 947-8425

> Fax: (877) 382-6522

Fixmyhouse@quickenloans.com

> Every Client. Every Time. No Exceptions. No Excuses.

>

>

>

> —–Original Message—–

> Priority: Normal

> From: (Yahoo Account)  drjamil1976@yahoo.com

> Sent: 10/1/2018

> To: (Fix My House) FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com

> Cc: (ozdemir@dynadome.comozdemir@dynadome.com; (Tara Stanley) tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

> Subject: Re: Pool House RepairI am 99.9% sure that they’ve all already provided those documents since they’ve been paid previously on this project. Maybe you can double check the file. Or to just move things along maybe Cihan can send those documents again. He will be cc’ed in this email. Thanks!

>

> Jamil

>

> Sent from my iPhone

>

>> On Oct 1, 2018, at 8:54 AM, Fix My House <FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com> wrote:

>>

>> Hello,

>>

>> Thank you for your e-mail. We are happy to hear repairs are coming along now! We will need a W9, contractors license, contract and lien waiver from your contractor to release funds.

>>

>> You can contact us at the number below for any questions, or always send us an e-mail.

>>

>> Once repairs are complete we do require a final inspection. We will set this up for you at no cost.

>>

>>

>> Please reach out with any questions.

>>

>> Have a nice day!

>>

>> Thank you,

>>

>>

>> Courtney Pulvirenti | Insurance Loss Specialist

>> 866.947.8425

>> —–Original Message—–

>> Priority: Normal

>> From: (Yahoo Account)  drjamil1976@yahoo.com

>> Sent: 9/27/2018

>> To: (Fix My House) FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com

>> Cc: (ozdemir@dynadome.comozdemir@dynadome.com; (Tara Stanley) tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

>> Subject: Pool House RepairGood afternoon. My loan number is 3340974998. My address is 24700 West Indian Trail Road Barrington IL 60010. Our pool house is in the process of being repaired/replaced after hail damage suffered in 2016. The work began in 2016, but because of various permitting issues is just now going to be completed. Some funds for work that has been done or is soon to be done were sent to me by my insurer (Farmers) back in 2016. Quicken required that my wife and I send those funds to them to be held in an escrow account. So all funds sent to my wife and I by Farmers were forwarded to Quicken in 2016. The manufacturer of the new pool house (Dynadome) is requesting their final payment now the all permits have been approved and they will be delivering the house to be constructed. Who should Dynadome reach out to to have Quicken release the rest of whatever money they are due?

>>

>> Jamil

>>

>> P.S. I’ve cc’ed Cihan from Dynadome and Tara from Farmers on this email as well. Please reply all so that they are aware of how Dynadome should proceed. Thanks.

>>

>> Sent from my iPhone

>>

>> {CMI: GTCU33926148}

> <BlankConditionalLienWaiver.pdf>

 

drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Fix My House

Cc:ozdemir@dynadome.com,Tara Stanley

Oct 2, 2018 at 8:53 AM

My last email was I. Regards to Dynatechnology. Cohan from Dynatechnology is cc’ed on this email as well, so he should be able to send you the documents you need from him. In regards to the inspection, nothing has been done to be inspected yet. We have been dealing with permitting issues for the last two years and finally received the permit to rebuild the pool house last week. So no structure has been erected yet. However, it is my understanding that the contract with Dynatechnology that was previously submitted to Quicken states that they will not deliver the structure for Everlast to actually erect until Dynatechnology has been paid in full for the structure.  So there really won’t be anything to inspect until the structure has been delivered by Dynatechnology and then erected by Everlast. If you want to send someone out for a progress inspection we can schedule that. But I am not over exaggerating when I say that there has been absolutely no progress made over the last two years. We are just now able after the permit approval last week to start rebuilding the structure now.

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

> On Oct 2, 2018, at 8:09 AM, Fix My House <FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com> wrote:
>
> Hello Jamil,
> Thank you for your email.
> Is the contractor you are speaking of Everlast Renovations or Dynatechnology? We have W-9’s for both of these companies and we have disbursed funds previously to you and those companies.
> I do apologize for any inconvenience but I am unable to locate a few documents needed. We did have a few changes in our insurance loss process since your claim originated and we will need these documents to release funds in the future.
> If funds are needed for Everlast we need a copy of their contractors certificate of liability insurance and a copy of the contract/estimate between you and Everlast.
> If this is in regard to Dynatechnology we will need a copy of their certificate of liability insurance, copy of contract/estimate between you and them, and a conditional wavier of lien filled out and signed by them.
> We will need to have a progress and/or final inspection done before we can release more funds as well.
> If you are ready for the inspection please reply back to this email with the best phone number for an inspector to reach you at and we will have it ordered. This would be done by our third party vendor, at no cost to you.
> If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at the information listed below.
> Have a great day!
> Thank you,
> Rachel Metcalf | Insurance Loss Specialist
> Ph: (866) 947-8425
> Fax: (877) 382-6522
Fixmyhouse@quickenloans.com
> Every Client. Every Time. No Exceptions. No Excuses.
>
>
>
> —–Original Message—–
> Priority: Normal
> From: (Yahoo Account)  drjamil1976@yahoo.com
> Sent: 10/1/2018
> To: (Fix My House) FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com
> Cc: (ozdemir@dynadome.comozdemir@dynadome.com; (Tara Stanley) tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
> Subject: Re: Pool House RepairI am 99.9% sure that they’ve all already provided those documents since they’ve been paid previously on this project. Maybe you can double check the file. Or to just move things along maybe Cihan can send those documents again. He will be cc’ed in this email. Thanks!
>
> Jamil
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
>> On Oct 1, 2018, at 8:54 AM, Fix My House <FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com> wrote:
>>
>> Hello,
>>
>> Thank you for your e-mail. We are happy to hear repairs are coming along now! We will need a W9, contractors license, contract and lien waiver from your contractor to release funds.
>>
>> You can contact us at the number below for any questions, or always send us an e-mail.
>>
>> Once repairs are complete we do require a final inspection. We will set this up for you at no cost.
>>
>>
>> Please reach out with any questions.
>>
>> Have a nice day!
>>
>> Thank you,
>>
>>
>> Courtney Pulvirenti | Insurance Loss Specialist
>> 866.947.8425
>> —–Original Message—–
>> Priority: Normal
>> From: (Yahoo Account)  drjamil1976@yahoo.com
>> Sent: 9/27/2018
>> To: (Fix My House) FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com
>> Cc: (ozdemir@dynadome.comozdemir@dynadome.com; (Tara Stanley) tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
>> Subject: Pool House RepairGood afternoon. My loan number is 3340974998. My address is 24700 West Indian Trail Road Barrington IL 60010. Our pool house is in the process of being repaired/replaced after hail damage suffered in 2016. The work began in 2016, but because of various permitting issues is just now going to be completed. Some funds for work that has been done or is soon to be done were sent to me by my insurer (Farmers) back in 2016. Quicken required that my wife and I send those funds to them to be held in an escrow account. So all funds sent to my wife and I by Farmers were forwarded to Quicken in 2016. The manufacturer of the new pool house (Dynadome) is requesting their final payment now the all permits have been approved and they will be delivering the house to be constructed. Who should Dynadome reach out to to have Quicken release the rest of whatever money they are due?
>>
>> Jamil
>>
>> P.S. I’ve cc’ed Cihan from Dynadome and Tara from Farmers on this email as well. Please reply all so that they are aware of how Dynadome should proceed. Thanks.
>>
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>
>> {CMI: GTCU33926148}

> <BlankConditionalLienWaiver.pdf>

 

  • <FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

Cc:Tara Stanley,Veli Ozdemir,Yahoo Account

Oct 2, 2018 at 8:21 AM

Hello,

 

Thank you for your email.

 

Is the contractor you are speaking of Everlast Renovations or Dynatechnology? We have W-9’s for both of these companies and we have disbursed funds previously to you and those companies.

 

I do apologize for any inconvenience but I am unable to locate a few documents needed. We did have a few changes in our insurance loss process since your claim originated and we will need these documents to release funds in the future.

If funds are needed for Everlast we need a copy of their contractors certificate of liability insurance and a copy of the contract/estimate between you and Everlast.

If this is in regard to Dynatechnology we will need a copy of their certificate of liability insurance, copy of contract/estimate between you and them, and a conditional wavier of lien filled out and signed by them.

 

We can release a portion of the funds we are holding. I apologize, I do not believe my team member realized there was another inspection on file.

 

 

If you are ready for the inspection please reply back to this email with the best phone number for an inspector to reach you at and we will have it ordered. This would be done by our third party vendor, at no cost to you.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at the information listed below.

 

Please reach out with any questions.

 

Have a nice day!

 

Thank you,

 

 

Courtney Pulvirenti | Insurance Loss Specialist

866.947.8425

 

—–Original Message—–

Priority: Normal

From: (Cihan Ozdemir)  ozdemir@dynadome.com

Sent: 10/1/2018

To: (Fix My House) FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com

Cc: (Tara Stanley) tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com; (Veli Ozdemir) vozdemir1@dynadome.com; (Yahoo Account) drjamil1976@yahoo.com

Subject: Re: Pool House Repair

Hi Courtney-

Just to be clear, we are not a contractor.  We are a manufacturer.  We fabricated and produced the enclosure.  It has been complete for quite some time.  The contractor is the one who will do the installation and their portion should be retained.  However our invoice should be paid in full.  There is no more work to be done on our part.

 

Also, i”m not sure you’re aware, but we have stored the material for over 2 years without charging anything to the customer.  Normally there would be a charge for 100+ weeks of storage.  This charge would be substantial, however, we took into account the homeowner’s challenges.

 

Please let me know when you can release the funds.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential, proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated above. If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments. Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this message or any attachments by an individual or entity other than the intended recipient is prohibited.

 

 

On Mon, Oct 1, 2018 at 8:54 AM Fix My House <FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com> wrote:

Hello,

Thank you for your e-mail. We are happy to hear repairs are coming along now! We will need a W9, contractors license, contract and lien waiver from your contractor to release funds.

You can contact us at the number below for any questions, or always send us an e-mail.

Once repairs are complete we do require a final inspection. We will set this up for you at no cost.

Please reach out with any questions.

Have a nice day!

Thank you,

Courtney Pulvirenti | Insurance Loss Specialist
866.947.8425
—–Original Message—–
Priority: Normal
From: (Yahoo Account)  drjamil1976@yahoo.com
Sent: 9/27/2018
To: (Fix My House) FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com
Cc: (ozdemir@dynadome.comozdemir@dynadome.com; (Tara Stanley) tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
Subject: Pool House RepairGood afternoon. My loan number is 3340974998. My address is 24700 West Indian Trail Road Barrington IL 60010. Our pool house is in the process of being repaired/replaced after hail damage suffered in 2016. The work began in 2016, but because of various permitting issues is just now going to be completed. Some funds for work that has been done or is soon to be done were sent to me by my insurer (Farmers) back in 2016. Quicken required that my wife and I send those funds to them to be held in an escrow account. So all funds sent to my wife and I by Farmers were forwarded to Quicken in 2016. The manufacturer of the new pool house (Dynadome) is requesting their final payment now the all permits have been approved and they will be delivering the house to be constructed. Who should Dynadome reach out to to have Quicken release the rest of whatever money they are due?

Jamil

P.S. I’ve cc’ed Cihan from Dynadome and Tara from Farmers on this email as well. Please reply all so that they are aware of how Dynadome should proceed. Thanks.

Sent from my iPhone

{CMI: GTCU33926148}

 

  • <FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Cc:ozdemir@dynadome.com,Tara Stanley

Oct 2, 2018 at 8:09 AM

Hello Jamil,

Thank you for your email.

Is the contractor you are speaking of Everlast Renovations or Dynatechnology? We have W-9’s for both of these companies and we have disbursed funds previously to you and those companies.

I do apologize for any inconvenience but I am unable to locate a few documents needed. We did have a few changes in our insurance loss process since your claim originated and we will need these documents to release funds in the future.

If funds are needed for Everlast we need a copy of their contractors certificate of liability insurance and a copy of the contract/estimate between you and Everlast.

If this is in regard to Dynatechnology we will need a copy of their certificate of liability insurance, copy of contract/estimate between you and them, and a conditional wavier of lien filled out and signed by them.

We will need to have a progress and/or final inspection done before we can release more funds as well.

If you are ready for the inspection please reply back to this email with the best phone number for an inspector to reach you at and we will have it ordered. This would be done by our third party vendor, at no cost to you.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at the information listed below.

Have a great day!

Thank you,

Rachel Metcalf | Insurance Loss Specialist

Ph: (866) 947-8425

Fax: (877) 382-6522

Fixmyhouse@quickenloans.com

Every Client. Every Time. No Exceptions. No Excuses.

 

 

 

—–Original Message—–

Priority: Normal

From: (Yahoo Account)  drjamil1976@yahoo.com

Sent: 10/1/2018

To: (Fix My House) FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com

Cc: (ozdemir@dynadome.comozdemir@dynadome.com; (Tara Stanley) tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

Subject: Re: Pool House RepairI am 99.9% sure that they’ve all already provided those documents since they’ve been paid previously on this project. Maybe you can double check the file. Or to just move things along maybe Cihan can send those documents again. He will be cc’ed in this email. Thanks!

 

Jamil

 

Sent from my iPhone

 

> On Oct 1, 2018, at 8:54 AM, Fix My House <FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com> wrote:

>

> Hello,

>

> Thank you for your e-mail. We are happy to hear repairs are coming along now! We will need a W9, contractors license, contract and lien waiver from your contractor to release funds.

>

> You can contact us at the number below for any questions, or always send us an e-mail.

>

> Once repairs are complete we do require a final inspection. We will set this up for you at no cost.

>

>

> Please reach out with any questions.

>

> Have a nice day!

>

> Thank you,

>

>

> Courtney Pulvirenti | Insurance Loss Specialist

> 866.947.8425

> —–Original Message—–

> Priority: Normal

> From: (Yahoo Account)  drjamil1976@yahoo.com

> Sent: 9/27/2018

> To: (Fix My House) FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com

> Cc: (ozdemir@dynadome.comozdemir@dynadome.com; (Tara Stanley) tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

> Subject: Pool House RepairGood afternoon. My loan number is 3340974998. My address is 24700 West Indian Trail Road Barrington IL 60010. Our pool house is in the process of being repaired/replaced after hail damage suffered in 2016. The work began in 2016, but because of various permitting issues is just now going to be completed. Some funds for work that has been done or is soon to be done were sent to me by my insurer (Farmers) back in 2016. Quicken required that my wife and I send those funds to them to be held in an escrow account. So all funds sent to my wife and I by Farmers were forwarded to Quicken in 2016. The manufacturer of the new pool house (Dynadome) is requesting their final payment now the all permits have been approved and they will be delivering the house to be constructed. Who should Dynadome reach out to to have Quicken release the rest of whatever money they are due?

>

> Jamil

>

> P.S. I’ve cc’ed Cihan from Dynadome and Tara from Farmers on this email as well. Please reply all so that they are aware of how Dynadome should proceed. Thanks.

>

> Sent from my iPhone

>

> {CMI: GTCU33926148}

BlankConditionalLienWaiver.pdf

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Re: Pool House Repair

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Fix My House

Cc:Yahoo Account,Tara Stanley,Veli Ozdemir

Oct 1, 2018 at 10:30 AM

Hi Courtney-

Just to be clear, we are not a contractor.  We are a manufacturer.  We fabricated and produced the enclosure.  It has been complete for quite some time.  The contractor is the one who will do the installation and their portion should be retained.  However our invoice should be paid in full.  There is no more work to be done on our part.

 

Also, i”m not sure you’re aware, but we have stored the material for over 2 years without charging anything to the customer.  Normally there would be a charge for 100+ weeks of storage.  This charge would be substantial, however, we took into account the homeowner’s challenges.

 

Please let me know when you can release the funds.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, Oct 1, 2018 at 8:54 AM Fix My House <FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com> wrote:

Hello,

Thank you for your e-mail. We are happy to hear repairs are coming along now! We will need a W9, contractors license, contract and lien waiver from your contractor to release funds.

You can contact us at the number below for any questions, or always send us an e-mail.

Once repairs are complete we do require a final inspection. We will set this up for you at no cost.

Please reach out with any questions.

Have a nice day!

Thank you,

Courtney Pulvirenti | Insurance Loss Specialist
866.947.8425
—–Original Message—–
Priority: Normal
From: (Yahoo Account)  drjamil1976@yahoo.com
Sent: 9/27/2018
To: (Fix My House) FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com
Cc: (ozdemir@dynadome.comozdemir@dynadome.com; (Tara Stanley) tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
Subject: Pool House RepairGood afternoon. My loan number is 3340974998. My address is 24700 West Indian Trail Road Barrington IL 60010. Our pool house is in the process of being repaired/replaced after hail damage suffered in 2016. The work began in 2016, but because of various permitting issues is just now going to be completed. Some funds for work that has been done or is soon to be done were sent to me by my insurer (Farmers) back in 2016. Quicken required that my wife and I send those funds to them to be held in an escrow account. So all funds sent to my wife and I by Farmers were forwarded to Quicken in 2016. The manufacturer of the new pool house (Dynadome) is requesting their final payment now the all permits have been approved and they will be delivering the house to be constructed. Who should Dynadome reach out to to have Quicken release the rest of whatever money they are due?

Jamil

P.S. I’ve cc’ed Cihan from Dynadome and Tara from Farmers on this email as well. Please reply all so that they are aware of how Dynadome should proceed. Thanks.

Sent from my iPhone

{CMI: GTCU33926148}

 

Re: Pool House Repair

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Fix My House

Cc:ozdemir@dynadome.com,Tara Stanley

Oct 1, 2018 at 10:00 AM

I am 99.9% sure that they’ve all already provided those documents since they’ve been paid previously on this project. Maybe you can double check the file. Or to just move things along maybe Cihan can send those documents again. He will be cc’ed in this email. Thanks!

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

> On Oct 1, 2018, at 8:54 AM, Fix My House <FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com> wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> Thank you for your e-mail. We are happy to hear repairs are coming along now! We will need a W9, contractors license, contract and lien waiver from your contractor to release funds.
>
> You can contact us at the number below for any questions, or always send us an e-mail.
>
> Once repairs are complete we do require a final inspection. We will set this up for you at no cost.
>
>
> Please reach out with any questions.
>
> Have a nice day!
>
> Thank you,
>
>
> Courtney Pulvirenti | Insurance Loss Specialist
> 866.947.8425
> —–Original Message—–
> Priority: Normal
> From: (Yahoo Account)  drjamil1976@yahoo.com
> Sent: 9/27/2018
> To: (Fix My House) FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com
> Cc: (ozdemir@dynadome.comozdemir@dynadome.com; (Tara Stanley) tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
> Subject: Pool House RepairGood afternoon. My loan number is 3340974998. My address is 24700 West Indian Trail Road Barrington IL 60010. Our pool house is in the process of being repaired/replaced after hail damage suffered in 2016. The work began in 2016, but because of various permitting issues is just now going to be completed. Some funds for work that has been done or is soon to be done were sent to me by my insurer (Farmers) back in 2016. Quicken required that my wife and I send those funds to them to be held in an escrow account. So all funds sent to my wife and I by Farmers were forwarded to Quicken in 2016. The manufacturer of the new pool house (Dynadome) is requesting their final payment now the all permits have been approved and they will be delivering the house to be constructed. Who should Dynadome reach out to to have Quicken release the rest of whatever money they are due?
>
> Jamil
>
> P.S. I’ve cc’ed Cihan from Dynadome and Tara from Farmers on this email as well. Please reply all so that they are aware of how Dynadome should proceed. Thanks.
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
> {CMI: GTCU33926148}

 

RE: Pool House Repair

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Fix My House<FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Cc:ozdemir@dynadome.com,Tara Stanley

Oct 1, 2018 at 8:54 AM

Hello,

 

Thank you for your e-mail. We are happy to hear repairs are coming along now! We will need a W9, contractors license, contract and lien waiver from your contractor to release funds.

 

You can contact us at the number below for any questions, or always send us an e-mail.

 

Once repairs are complete we do require a final inspection. We will set this up for you at no cost.

 

 

Please reach out with any questions.

 

Have a nice day!

 

Thank you,

 

 

Courtney Pulvirenti | Insurance Loss Specialist

866.947.8425

—–Original Message—–

Priority: Normal

From: (Yahoo Account)  drjamil1976@yahoo.com

Sent: 9/27/2018

To: (Fix My House) FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com

Cc: (ozdemir@dynadome.comozdemir@dynadome.com; (Tara Stanley) tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

Subject: Pool House RepairGood afternoon. My loan number is 3340974998. My address is 24700 West Indian Trail Road Barrington IL 60010. Our pool house is in the process of being repaired/replaced after hail damage suffered in 2016. The work began in 2016, but because of various permitting issues is just now going to be completed. Some funds for work that has been done or is soon to be done were sent to me by my insurer (Farmers) back in 2016. Quicken required that my wife and I send those funds to them to be held in an escrow account. So all funds sent to my wife and I by Farmers were forwarded to Quicken in 2016. The manufacturer of the new pool house (Dynadome) is requesting their final payment now the all permits have been approved and they will be delivering the house to be constructed. Who should Dynadome reach out to to have Quicken release the rest of whatever money they are due?

 

Jamil

 

P.S. I’ve cc’ed Cihan from Dynadome and Tara from Farmers on this email as well. Please reply all so that they are aware of how Dynadome should proceed. Thanks.

 

Sent from my iPhone

 

{CMI: GTCU33926148}

 

Pool House Repair

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:FixMyHouse@QuickenLoans.com

Cc:Tara Stanley,ozdemir@dynadome.com

Sep 27, 2018 at 4:15 PM

Good afternoon. My loan number is 3340974998. My address is 24700 West Indian Trail Road Barrington IL 60010. Our pool house is in the process of being repaired/replaced after hail damage suffered in 2016. The work began in 2016, but because of various permitting issues is just now going to be completed. Some funds for work that has been done or is soon to be done were sent to me by my insurer (Farmers) back in 2016. Quicken required that my wife and I send those funds to them to be held in an escrow account. So all funds sent to my wife and I by Farmers were forwarded to Quicken in 2016. The manufacturer of the new pool house (Dynadome) is requesting their final payment now the all permits have been approved and they will be delivering the house to be constructed. Who should Dynadome reach out to to have Quicken release the rest of whatever money they are due?

 

Jamil

 

P.S. I’ve cc’ed Cihan from Dynadome and Tara from Farmers on this email as well. Please reply all so that they are aware of how Dynadome should proceed. Thanks.

 

Sent from my iPhone

 

Re: DynaDome Balance…3004204236-1-1

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Tara Stanley

Cc:ClaimsDocument2,Cihan Ozdemir

Sep 27, 2018 at 3:37 PM

We were advised to send all money paid by Farmers to Quicken (our mortgage company). They are holding all funds in escrow. It’s been so long since anyone has been paid for anything that I honestly do not recall how the original funds were provided to Dynadome. Cihan, did you send your initial invoice for the first payment to Quicken and they then paid you? I’ve never written any checks to anyone. I’ve been more or less out of the loop when it’s come to payments.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Sep 27, 2018, at 2:33 PM, Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com> wrote:

Jamil

 

It appears that all payments have not been made to DynaDome.  As you can see from my prior email, Farmers has issued out $151,565 for the structure paid in full.  It appears as the payments you made to DynaDome were $37,767 and $94,728.13 for a total of $132,495.13.  That leaves the remaining balance of $19,069.87 that Geon is referring to.  Since Farmers has already issued full payment to you for the structure, it is your responsibility to issue any remaining payments to DynaDome.

 

Tara Stanley

Special Property Claims Adjuster

Property Claims

 

Farmers and Foremost Insurance

3333 Warrenville Rd. #250, Lisle, IL, 60532

Cell: (913)991-6128   Fax: (877) 217-1389

tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

www.farmers.com

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir [mailto:ozdemir@dynadome.com] Sent: Thursday, September 27, 2018 2:20 PM
To: Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>
Cc: Jana Kraft <jkraft@dynadome.com>; Veli Ozdemir <vozdemir1@dynadome.com>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] Re: Re: DynaDome Balance…

 

Tara

 

Thank you for the information.  To answer your question, no we have not been paid the full amount.  We are in receipt of the following:

 

Invoice IN-16-023 dated 09.22.2016 in the amount of $37,767.00; Paid in full;

Invoice IN-16-038 dated 12.08.2016 in the amount of $106,220.00; Received $94,728.13 on 03.17.2017 leaving a balance of $11,497.87.

 

We also will have a final invoice in the amount of $7,578.00 upon substantial assembly complete.

 

Thus, their total obligation to DynaDome is $19,069.87.

 

Let me know how we are going to proceed after you speak with your insured.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Thu, Sep 27, 2018 at 12:11 PM Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com> wrote:

I haven’t been provided any additional estimates/invoices since we paid the final payment of the original invoice amount of $151,565 back on 2/9/17.  Has the insured not paid you in full for the original structure amount of $151,565?

 

My payments to the insured are below:

 

9/1/15 : Initial Actual Cash Value payment  $3,633.63

4/29/16:  Supplement Actual Cash Value payment based on DynaDome quote of $136,380:  $46,508.87

7/20/16:  Supplement Actual Cash Value payment based on DynaDome revised quote of $151,565:  $6,694.37

2/9/17: Depreciation released to insured:  $94,728.13

 

Total payments to insured:  $151,565

 

 

Tara Stanley

Special Property Claims Adjuster

Property Claims

 

Farmers and Foremost Insurance

3333 Warrenville Rd. #250, Lisle, IL, 60532

Cell: (913)991-6128   Fax: (877) 217-1389

tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

www.farmers.com

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir [mailto:ozdemir@dynadome.com] Sent: Thursday, September 27, 2018 11:49 AM
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Cc: Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] Re: DynaDome Balance…

 

Hi Tara-

 

Have you been able to reconcile the balance owed?  We wiil not schedule the shipment of the enclosure without the balance being paid.

 

Let me know.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, Sep 17, 2018 at 2:30 PM Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I will forward your email to Tara at Farmers. They’re taking care of all of the bills. I am also trying to arrange a meeting with Erik this week (hopefully Thursday). Will you be available to attend if I can schedule the meeting?

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Sep 17, 2018, at 2:12 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

I have not heard back from anyone regarding the delivery or permits yet.  I would imagine we are getting close.

 

I wanted to make sure we don’t get hung up on the business side.  There is an outstanding balance still due in the amount of $11,491.87 before we can deliver.  Once we deliver, the remaining balance of $7,578 will be due upon substantial completion.

 

Please make sure the current balance owed is paid so we can schedule the shipping once the permit is issued.  I would hate to have anything else holding up the delivery once we get past the permitting phase.

 

Let me know if you have any questions.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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Re: FW: Re: DynaDome Balance…3004204236-1-1

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Tara Stanley

Cc:Yahoo Account,ClaimsDocuments2@farmersinsurance.com,Jana Kraft

Sep 27, 2018 at 3:17 PM

Tara-

 

There was additional engineering services performed back in May for the revised mounting details for the enclosure.  Jamil suggested that these were to be paid out by Farmer’s insurance and approved us to move forward with the work.

 

I recently received the invoice from engineering.  The total work that was done for the additional engineering services amounts to $3200.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Thu, Sep 27, 2018 at 2:33 PM Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com> wrote:

Jamil

 

It appears that all payments have not been made to DynaDome.  As you can see from my prior email, Farmers has issued out $151,565 for the structure paid in full.  It appears as the payments you made to DynaDome were $37,767 and $94,728.13 for a total of $132,495.13.  That leaves the remaining balance of $19,069.87 that Geon is referring to.  Since Farmers has already issued full payment to you for the structure, it is your responsibility to issue any remaining payments to DynaDome.

 

Tara Stanley

Special Property Claims Adjuster

Property Claims

 

Farmers and Foremost Insurance

3333 Warrenville Rd. #250, Lisle, IL, 60532

Cell: (913)991-6128   Fax: (877) 217-1389

tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

www.farmers.com

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir [mailto:ozdemir@dynadome.com] Sent: Thursday, September 27, 2018 2:20 PM
To: Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>
Cc: Jana Kraft <jkraft@dynadome.com>; Veli Ozdemir <vozdemir1@dynadome.com>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] Re: Re: DynaDome Balance…

 

Tara

 

Thank you for the information.  To answer your question, no we have not been paid the full amount.  We are in receipt of the following:

 

Invoice IN-16-023 dated 09.22.2016 in the amount of $37,767.00; Paid in full;

Invoice IN-16-038 dated 12.08.2016 in the amount of $106,220.00; Received $94,728.13 on 03.17.2017 leaving a balance of $11,497.87.

 

We also will have a final invoice in the amount of $7,578.00 upon substantial assembly complete.

 

Thus, their total obligation to DynaDome is $19,069.87.

 

Let me know how we are going to proceed after you speak with your insured.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Thu, Sep 27, 2018 at 12:11 PM Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com> wrote:

I haven’t been provided any additional estimates/invoices since we paid the final payment of the original invoice amount of $151,565 back on 2/9/17.  Has the insured not paid you in full for the original structure amount of $151,565?

 

My payments to the insured are below:

 

9/1/15 : Initial Actual Cash Value payment  $3,633.63

4/29/16:  Supplement Actual Cash Value payment based on DynaDome quote of $136,380:  $46,508.87

7/20/16:  Supplement Actual Cash Value payment based on DynaDome revised quote of $151,565:  $6,694.37

2/9/17: Depreciation released to insured:  $94,728.13

 

Total payments to insured:  $151,565

 

 

Tara Stanley

Special Property Claims Adjuster

Property Claims

 

Farmers and Foremost Insurance

3333 Warrenville Rd. #250, Lisle, IL, 60532

Cell: (913)991-6128   Fax: (877) 217-1389

tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

www.farmers.com

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir [mailto:ozdemir@dynadome.com] Sent: Thursday, September 27, 2018 11:49 AM
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Cc: Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] Re: DynaDome Balance…

 

Hi Tara-

 

Have you been able to reconcile the balance owed?  We wiil not schedule the shipment of the enclosure without the balance being paid.

 

Let me know.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, Sep 17, 2018 at 2:30 PM Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I will forward your email to Tara at Farmers. They’re taking care of all of the bills. I am also trying to arrange a meeting with Erik this week (hopefully Thursday). Will you be available to attend if I can schedule the meeting?

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Sep 17, 2018, at 2:12 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

I have not heard back from anyone regarding the delivery or permits yet.  I would imagine we are getting close.

 

I wanted to make sure we don’t get hung up on the business side.  There is an outstanding balance still due in the amount of $11,491.87 before we can deliver.  Once we deliver, the remaining balance of $7,578 will be due upon substantial completion.

 

Please make sure the current balance owed is paid so we can schedule the shipping once the permit is issued.  I would hate to have anything else holding up the delivery once we get past the permitting phase.

 

Let me know if you have any questions.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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FW: Re: DynaDome Balance…3004204236-1-1

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Tara Stanley<tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Cc:ClaimsDocument2,Cihan Ozdemir

Sep 27, 2018 at 2:33 PM

Jamil

 

It appears that all payments have not been made to DynaDome.  As you can see from my prior email, Farmers has issued out $151,565 for the structure paid in full.  It appears as the payments you made to DynaDome were $37,767 and $94,728.13 for a total of $132,495.13.  That leaves the remaining balance of $19,069.87 that Geon is referring to.  Since Farmers has already issued full payment to you for the structure, it is your responsibility to issue any remaining payments to DynaDome.

 

Tara Stanley

Special Property Claims Adjuster

Property Claims

 

Farmers and Foremost Insurance

3333 Warrenville Rd. #250, Lisle, IL, 60532

Cell: (913)991-6128   Fax: (877) 217-1389

tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

www.farmers.com

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir [mailto:ozdemir@dynadome.com] Sent: Thursday, September 27, 2018 2:20 PM
To: Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>
Cc: Jana Kraft <jkraft@dynadome.com>; Veli Ozdemir <vozdemir1@dynadome.com>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] Re: Re: DynaDome Balance…

 

Tara

 

Thank you for the information.  To answer your question, no we have not been paid the full amount.  We are in receipt of the following:

 

Invoice IN-16-023 dated 09.22.2016 in the amount of $37,767.00; Paid in full;

Invoice IN-16-038 dated 12.08.2016 in the amount of $106,220.00; Received $94,728.13 on 03.17.2017 leaving a balance of $11,497.87.

 

We also will have a final invoice in the amount of $7,578.00 upon substantial assembly complete.

 

Thus, their total obligation to DynaDome is $19,069.87.

 

Let me know how we are going to proceed after you speak with your insured.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Thu, Sep 27, 2018 at 12:11 PM Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com> wrote:

I haven’t been provided any additional estimates/invoices since we paid the final payment of the original invoice amount of $151,565 back on 2/9/17.  Has the insured not paid you in full for the original structure amount of $151,565?

 

My payments to the insured are below:

 

9/1/15 : Initial Actual Cash Value payment  $3,633.63

4/29/16:  Supplement Actual Cash Value payment based on DynaDome quote of $136,380:  $46,508.87

7/20/16:  Supplement Actual Cash Value payment based on DynaDome revised quote of $151,565:  $6,694.37

2/9/17: Depreciation released to insured:  $94,728.13

 

Total payments to insured:  $151,565

 

 

Tara Stanley

Special Property Claims Adjuster

Property Claims

 

Farmers and Foremost Insurance

3333 Warrenville Rd. #250, Lisle, IL, 60532

Cell: (913)991-6128   Fax: (877) 217-1389

tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

www.farmers.com

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir [mailto:ozdemir@dynadome.com] Sent: Thursday, September 27, 2018 11:49 AM
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Cc: Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] Re: DynaDome Balance…

 

Hi Tara-

 

Have you been able to reconcile the balance owed?  We wiil not schedule the shipment of the enclosure without the balance being paid.

 

Let me know.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, Sep 17, 2018 at 2:30 PM Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I will forward your email to Tara at Farmers. They’re taking care of all of the bills. I am also trying to arrange a meeting with Erik this week (hopefully Thursday). Will you be available to attend if I can schedule the meeting?

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Sep 17, 2018, at 2:12 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

I have not heard back from anyone regarding the delivery or permits yet.  I would imagine we are getting close.

 

I wanted to make sure we don’t get hung up on the business side.  There is an outstanding balance still due in the amount of $11,491.87 before we can deliver.  Once we deliver, the remaining balance of $7,578 will be due upon substantial completion.

 

Please make sure the current balance owed is paid so we can schedule the shipping once the permit is issued.  I would hate to have anything else holding up the delivery once we get past the permitting phase.

 

Let me know if you have any questions.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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Re: DynaDome Balance…

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Tara Stanley

Sep 27, 2018 at 1:30 PM

Thanks for the update Tara. Please let me know what Cihan says.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Sep 27, 2018, at 12:17 PM, Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com> wrote:

Jamil

 

Below is my reply to DynaDome….trying to figure out what balance he is referring to.  I reviewed all of our payments for the structure.  We paid the full $151,565 that they quoted.  If there are any additional estimates/invoices we need those to be forwarded for review.  The only outstanding items at this time would be related to code upgrades/engineering reports which are paid when incurred.

 

Tara Stanley

Special Property Claims Adjuster

Property Claims

 

Farmers and Foremost Insurance

3333 Warrenville Rd. #250, Lisle, IL, 60532

Cell: (913)991-6128   Fax: (877) 217-1389

tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

www.farmers.com

 

From: Tara Stanley
Sent: Thursday, September 27, 2018 12:10 PM
To: ‘Cihan Ozdemir’ <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Subject: RE: [EXTERNAL] Re: DynaDome Balance…

 

I haven’t been provided any additional estimates/invoices since we paid the final payment of the original invoice amount of $151,565 back on 2/9/17.  Has the insured not paid you in full for the original structure amount of $151,565?

 

My payments to the insured are below:

 

9/1/15 : Initial Actual Cash Value payment  $3,633.63

4/29/16:  Supplement Actual Cash Value payment based on DynaDome quote of $136,380:  $46,508.87

7/20/16:  Supplement Actual Cash Value payment based on DynaDome revised quote of $151,565:  $6,694.37

2/9/17: Depreciation released to insured:  $94,728.13

 

Total payments to insured:  $151,565

 

 

Tara Stanley

Special Property Claims Adjuster

Property Claims

 

Farmers and Foremost Insurance

3333 Warrenville Rd. #250, Lisle, IL, 60532

Cell: (913)991-6128   Fax: (877) 217-1389

tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

www.farmers.com

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir [mailto:ozdemir@dynadome.com] Sent: Thursday, September 27, 2018 11:49 AM
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Cc: Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] Re: DynaDome Balance…

 

Hi Tara-

 

Have you been able to reconcile the balance owed?  We wiil not schedule the shipment of the enclosure without the balance being paid.

 

Let me know.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, Sep 17, 2018 at 2:30 PM Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I will forward your email to Tara at Farmers. They’re taking care of all of the bills. I am also trying to arrange a meeting with Erik this week (hopefully Thursday). Will you be available to attend if I can schedule the meeting?

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Sep 17, 2018, at 2:12 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

I have not heard back from anyone regarding the delivery or permits yet.  I would imagine we are getting close.

 

I wanted to make sure we don’t get hung up on the business side.  There is an outstanding balance still due in the amount of $11,491.87 before we can deliver.  Once we deliver, the remaining balance of $7,578 will be due upon substantial completion.

 

Please make sure the current balance owed is paid so we can schedule the shipping once the permit is issued.  I would hate to have anything else holding up the delivery once we get past the permitting phase.

 

Let me know if you have any questions.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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FW: Re: DynaDome Balance…

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Tara Stanley<tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Sep 27, 2018 at 12:17 PM

Jamil

 

Below is my reply to DynaDome….trying to figure out what balance he is referring to.  I reviewed all of our payments for the structure.  We paid the full $151,565 that they quoted.  If there are any additional estimates/invoices we need those to be forwarded for review.  The only outstanding items at this time would be related to code upgrades/engineering reports which are paid when incurred.

 

Tara Stanley

Special Property Claims Adjuster

Property Claims

 

Farmers and Foremost Insurance

3333 Warrenville Rd. #250, Lisle, IL, 60532

Cell: (913)991-6128   Fax: (877) 217-1389

tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

www.farmers.com

 

From: Tara Stanley
Sent: Thursday, September 27, 2018 12:10 PM
To: ‘Cihan Ozdemir’ <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Subject: RE: [EXTERNAL] Re: DynaDome Balance…

 

I haven’t been provided any additional estimates/invoices since we paid the final payment of the original invoice amount of $151,565 back on 2/9/17.  Has the insured not paid you in full for the original structure amount of $151,565?

 

My payments to the insured are below:

 

9/1/15 : Initial Actual Cash Value payment  $3,633.63

4/29/16:  Supplement Actual Cash Value payment based on DynaDome quote of $136,380:  $46,508.87

7/20/16:  Supplement Actual Cash Value payment based on DynaDome revised quote of $151,565:  $6,694.37

2/9/17: Depreciation released to insured:  $94,728.13

 

Total payments to insured:  $151,565

 

 

Tara Stanley

Special Property Claims Adjuster

Property Claims

 

Farmers and Foremost Insurance

3333 Warrenville Rd. #250, Lisle, IL, 60532

Cell: (913)991-6128   Fax: (877) 217-1389

tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

www.farmers.com

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir [mailto:ozdemir@dynadome.com] Sent: Thursday, September 27, 2018 11:49 AM
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Cc: Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] Re: DynaDome Balance…

 

Hi Tara-

 

Have you been able to reconcile the balance owed?  We wiil not schedule the shipment of the enclosure without the balance being paid.

 

Let me know.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, Sep 17, 2018 at 2:30 PM Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I will forward your email to Tara at Farmers. They’re taking care of all of the bills. I am also trying to arrange a meeting with Erik this week (hopefully Thursday). Will you be available to attend if I can schedule the meeting?

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Sep 17, 2018, at 2:12 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

I have not heard back from anyone regarding the delivery or permits yet.  I would imagine we are getting close.

 

I wanted to make sure we don’t get hung up on the business side.  There is an outstanding balance still due in the amount of $11,491.87 before we can deliver.  Once we deliver, the remaining balance of $7,578 will be due upon substantial completion.

 

Please make sure the current balance owed is paid so we can schedule the shipping once the permit is issued.  I would hate to have anything else holding up the delivery once we get past the permitting phase.

 

Let me know if you have any questions.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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Re: DynaDome Balance…

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Cc:Tara Stanley

Sep 27, 2018 at 11:48 AM

Hi Tara-

 

Have you been able to reconcile the balance owed?  We wiil not schedule the shipment of the enclosure without the balance being paid.

 

Let me know.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, Sep 17, 2018 at 2:30 PM Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I will forward your email to Tara at Farmers. They’re taking care of all of the bills. I am also trying to arrange a meeting with Erik this week (hopefully Thursday). Will you be available to attend if I can schedule the meeting?

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Sep 17, 2018, at 2:12 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

I have not heard back from anyone regarding the delivery or permits yet.  I would imagine we are getting close.

 

I wanted to make sure we don’t get hung up on the business side.  There is an outstanding balance still due in the amount of $11,491.87 before we can deliver.  Once we deliver, the remaining balance of $7,578 will be due upon substantial completion.

 

Please make sure the current balance owed is paid so we can schedule the shipping once the permit is issued.  I would hate to have anything else holding up the delivery once we get past the permitting phase.

 

Let me know if you have any questions.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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Re: DynaDome Balance…

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Tara Stanley

Sep 26, 2018 at 1:29 PM

I’m not completely sure. Cihan from Dynadome sent it to me. So I just forwarded it to you.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Sep 26, 2018, at 11:41 AM, Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com> wrote:

Jamil

 

This email was forwarded to management for review.  What balance is being referred to in the email?  I have not received any estimates/invoices for any additional items at this time.

 

Tara Stanley

Special Property Claims Adjuster

Property Claims

 

Farmers and Foremost Insurance

3333 Warrenville Rd. #250, Lisle, IL, 60532

Cell: (913)991-6128   Fax: (877) 217-1389

tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

www.farmers.com

 

From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] Sent: Monday, September 17, 2018 2:30 PM
To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Cc: Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] Re: DynaDome Balance…

 

I will forward your email to Tara at Farmers. They’re taking care of all of the bills. I am also trying to arrange a meeting with Erik this week (hopefully Thursday). Will you be available to attend if I can schedule the meeting?

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Sep 17, 2018, at 2:12 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

I have not heard back from anyone regarding the delivery or permits yet.  I would imagine we are getting close.

 

I wanted to make sure we don’t get hung up on the business side.  There is an outstanding balance still due in the amount of $11,491.87 before we can deliver.  Once we deliver, the remaining balance of $7,578 will be due upon substantial completion.

 

Please make sure the current balance owed is paid so we can schedule the shipping once the permit is issued.  I would hate to have anything else holding up the delivery once we get past the permitting phase.

 

Let me know if you have any questions.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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RE: Re: DynaDome Balance…

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Tara Stanley<tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Sep 26, 2018 at 11:42 AM

Jamil

 

This email was forwarded to management for review.  What balance is being referred to in the email?  I have not received any estimates/invoices for any additional items at this time.

 

Tara Stanley

Special Property Claims Adjuster

Property Claims

 

Farmers and Foremost Insurance

3333 Warrenville Rd. #250, Lisle, IL, 60532

Cell: (913)991-6128   Fax: (877) 217-1389

tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

www.farmers.com

 

From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] Sent: Monday, September 17, 2018 2:30 PM
To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Cc: Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] Re: DynaDome Balance…

 

I will forward your email to Tara at Farmers. They’re taking care of all of the bills. I am also trying to arrange a meeting with Erik this week (hopefully Thursday). Will you be available to attend if I can schedule the meeting?

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Sep 17, 2018, at 2:12 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

I have not heard back from anyone regarding the delivery or permits yet.  I would imagine we are getting close.

 

I wanted to make sure we don’t get hung up on the business side.  There is an outstanding balance still due in the amount of $11,491.87 before we can deliver.  Once we deliver, the remaining balance of $7,578 will be due upon substantial completion.

 

Please make sure the current balance owed is paid so we can schedule the shipping once the permit is issued.  I would hate to have anything else holding up the delivery once we get past the permitting phase.

 

Let me know if you have any questions.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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Re: DynaDome Balance…

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Sep 18, 2018 at 3:27 PM

Yes.  I’m available by phone at noon on Thursday, Septermber 20, 2018.

 

 

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Tue, Sep 18, 2018 at 2:20 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Erik is willing to meet this Thursday. I’m hoping to shoot for 12’ish. If you can’t make it in person would you be available by phone?

 

Jamil

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On Sep 17, 2018, at 2:38 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

If at all possible, I’d like to be available remotely via conference call.  If you need me there though, please let me know and I will try to switch appointments.  My weeks are really booked with appointments and travel.

 

Just let me know.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
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On Mon, Sep 17, 2018 at 2:30 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I will forward your email to Tara at Farmers. They’re taking care of all of the bills. I am also trying to arrange a meeting with Erik this week (hopefully Thursday). Will you be available to attend if I can schedule the meeting?

 

Jamil

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On Sep 17, 2018, at 2:12 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

I have not heard back from anyone regarding the delivery or permits yet.  I would imagine we are getting close.

 

I wanted to make sure we don’t get hung up on the business side.  There is an outstanding balance still due in the amount of $11,491.87 before we can deliver.  Once we deliver, the remaining balance of $7,578 will be due upon substantial completion.

 

Please make sure the current balance owed is paid so we can schedule the shipping once the permit is issued.  I would hate to have anything else holding up the delivery once we get past the permitting phase.

 

Let me know if you have any questions.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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Re: DynaDome Balance…

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  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

Sep 18, 2018 at 2:20 PM

Erik is willing to meet this Thursday. I’m hoping to shoot for 12’ish. If you can’t make it in person would you be available by phone?

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Sep 17, 2018, at 2:38 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

If at all possible, I’d like to be available remotely via conference call.  If you need me there though, please let me know and I will try to switch appointments.  My weeks are really booked with appointments and travel.

 

Just let me know.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, Sep 17, 2018 at 2:30 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I will forward your email to Tara at Farmers. They’re taking care of all of the bills. I am also trying to arrange a meeting with Erik this week (hopefully Thursday). Will you be available to attend if I can schedule the meeting?

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Sep 17, 2018, at 2:12 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

I have not heard back from anyone regarding the delivery or permits yet.  I would imagine we are getting close.

 

I wanted to make sure we don’t get hung up on the business side.  There is an outstanding balance still due in the amount of $11,491.87 before we can deliver.  Once we deliver, the remaining balance of $7,578 will be due upon substantial completion.

 

Please make sure the current balance owed is paid so we can schedule the shipping once the permit is issued.  I would hate to have anything else holding up the delivery once we get past the permitting phase.

 

Let me know if you have any questions.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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Re: DynaDome Balance…

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  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Cc:Tara Stanley

Sep 17, 2018 at 2:38 PM

Jamil-

 

If at all possible, I’d like to be available remotely via conference call.  If you need me there though, please let me know and I will try to switch appointments.  My weeks are really booked with appointments and travel.

 

Just let me know.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, Sep 17, 2018 at 2:30 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I will forward your email to Tara at Farmers. They’re taking care of all of the bills. I am also trying to arrange a meeting with Erik this week (hopefully Thursday). Will you be available to attend if I can schedule the meeting?

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Sep 17, 2018, at 2:12 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

I have not heard back from anyone regarding the delivery or permits yet.  I would imagine we are getting close.

 

I wanted to make sure we don’t get hung up on the business side.  There is an outstanding balance still due in the amount of $11,491.87 before we can deliver.  Once we deliver, the remaining balance of $7,578 will be due upon substantial completion.

 

Please make sure the current balance owed is paid so we can schedule the shipping once the permit is issued.  I would hate to have anything else holding up the delivery once we get past the permitting phase.

 

Let me know if you have any questions.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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  • Tara Stanley<tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Sep 17, 2018 at 2:31 PM

I will be out of the office starting Monday September 17th and returning on Friday September 21st.  If you require immediate assistance, please contact Joe Murphy at 630-605-5475 or joseph.murphy@farmersinsurance.com.

 

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Re: DynaDome Balance…

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  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

Cc:Tara Stanley

Sep 17, 2018 at 2:30 PM

I will forward your email to Tara at Farmers. They’re taking care of all of the bills. I am also trying to arrange a meeting with Erik this week (hopefully Thursday). Will you be available to attend if I can schedule the meeting?

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Sep 17, 2018, at 2:12 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

I have not heard back from anyone regarding the delivery or permits yet.  I would imagine we are getting close.

 

I wanted to make sure we don’t get hung up on the business side.  There is an outstanding balance still due in the amount of $11,491.87 before we can deliver.  Once we deliver, the remaining balance of $7,578 will be due upon substantial completion.

 

Please make sure the current balance owed is paid so we can schedule the shipping once the permit is issued.  I would hate to have anything else holding up the delivery once we get past the permitting phase.

 

Let me know if you have any questions.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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  • I’m forwarding Justin’s response to me. Can we have a 3-way conversation between you, Justin and I today? I just want to figure out the best and quickest way forward.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

Begin forwarded message:

From: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>
Date: May 14, 2018 at 9:43:02 AM CDT
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Update

Hi Jamil.

Where to begin:)

This new development and change of plan in my opinion should not have been submitted to Farmers yet. This is not the plan that we recently discussed that I believe provided a clear path to allow us to re building this structure finally. We had asked Cehon to design new walls that could be designed to support the dynadome roof and not use the dynadome walls. Instead we have now been presented a whole new option that in my opinion Dynadome should have presented a long time ago. Until I know more about this new option I am still skeptical that it will accomplish what we need it to and sets us down the same path we have been on for the last two years. There is a lot we need to discuss before simply scrapping the current game plan. The fact that Farmers has now been presented this new plan this could allow them a way to deny your structure alteration we had finally decided to instal. This allows them a new way to partially deny your claim if they saw fit and complicated things on their end. I worry that this new plan will not be able to be completed without triggering the $30k survey we had decided against. The engineering letter says in bold print that they want us to dig to confirm things making it unlikely that the city will allow anything to move forward as written without the $30k report which brings us right back to the same problems we have been dealing with the whole time. It also would require some excavation which also may trigger the $30k report. Please text me or call me to set up a time when we can discuss this matter to make sure we are all in agreement as to what our next move should now be.

 

Thanks. Justin

 

Sent from my iPad

On May 14, 2018, at 9:10 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Justin, I’ve attached the engineering report from Cihan’s engineers. It looks like we can use  the existing foundation once some Geotechnical analysis is done. Cihan was under the impression that we had agreed to get this work done during our last group meeting. Can we get someone out to complete the soil geotechnical analysis that the engineers determine needs to be done before the foundation can be used? That way, we can get this pool house up hopefully within the next month or so.

Jamil

 

Sent from my iPhone

Begin forwarded message:

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Date: May 11, 2018 at 7:06:08 PM CDT
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Cc: Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>
Subject: Re: Update

Jamil-

 

There is good news!  The existing foundation will work, with caveats though.

 

Attached is the engineering letter qualifying the wall with a different mounting configuration and the requirement of checking the soil for adequate bearing pressure, verifying the depth of the foundation and the width of the spread footing (either through county records and permit approvals with inspections, or through physical digging and checking), and finally the slope stability needs to be verified as not being a risk.

 

These caveats are spelled out in the letter.  Please proceed to share this information with those that need it in order to move forward.  We are anxious that the day is closer to having the pool enclosed again.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 1:44 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Tara, I don’t know how up to date you are with our pool house saga. The long and short of it is, the Engineers are revising building plans in an attempt to use the current foundation and retaining wall without having to make many (if any) modifications. While revising the plans the Engineer has had to do more billable work. I’ve forwarded his email below. What do we need to do to get him paid? Thanks.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

Begin forwarded message:

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Date: May 7, 2018 at 1:36:26 PM CDT
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Update

Thank you!

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 1:26 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Thanks again for your help. I’ll just wait to hear from you later this week. I’ll also forward your email to Tara Stanley with Farmers and ask her how to go about payment.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On May 7, 2018, at 12:27 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

It has not been completed yet but yes/no word will be within the next few days.  Then the new detail will be developed and an addendum to the plans will be issued.

 

I had to approve additional engineering funds to re-evaluate the existing foundation and need to know who I’m supposed to submit the invoice to for that extra work.  I know its not yours, but with this new information, we have to do more work and the budget was already surpassed on our end long ago.  This new work needed additional fund requests.

 

Bottom line – we are looking at this week for your answer.  I know its been a long road.  Almost there…

 

Thank you so much for your patience.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 12:23 PM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Cihan, how are you? I am just following up to see if Engineering was able to qualify the enclosure with the existing wall construction and modified mounting? If not yet, and so that I know what type of time frame to expect and don’t continue bothering you prematurely, how long do you think that it will take to get a final disposition?

 

Jamil

 

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 2, 2018 4:44 PM
Subject: Re: Update

 

Jamil-

 

I retreived the documents I needed finally today.  Justin was going to retrieve the full documents but never did send them to me.  I called and had to do a FOIA request and I got the drawings today.  Engineering is actually trying to qualify the enclosure as it is now with the existing wall construction and modified mounting for the enclosure to the wall.

 

Let’s keep our fingers crossed that the wall works and we can deliver this and install soon!

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Wed, May 2, 2018 at 8:51 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Cihan, any update on the revised plans?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

 

 

 

 

 

<151319.19 – Barrington_Letter_050918.pdf>

 

Re: Update

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Justin EverlastRenovation<justin@everlastrenovation.com>

To:Yahoo Account

May 14, 2018 at 9:43 AM

Hi Jamil.

Where to begin:)

This new development and change of plan in my opinion should not have been submitted to Farmers yet. This is not the plan that we recently discussed that I believe provided a clear path to allow us to re building this structure finally. We had asked Cehon to design new walls that could be designed to support the dynadome roof and not use the dynadome walls. Instead we have now been presented a whole new option that in my opinion Dynadome should have presented a long time ago. Until I know more about this new option I am still skeptical that it will accomplish what we need it to and sets us down the same path we have been on for the last two years. There is a lot we need to discuss before simply scrapping the current game plan. The fact that Farmers has now been presented this new plan this could allow them a way to deny your structure alteration we had finally decided to instal. This allows them a new way to partially deny your claim if they saw fit and complicated things on their end. I worry that this new plan will not be able to be completed without triggering the $30k survey we had decided against. The engineering letter says in bold print that they want us to dig to confirm things making it unlikely that the city will allow anything to move forward as written without the $30k report which brings us right back to the same problems we have been dealing with the whole time. It also would require some excavation which also may trigger the $30k report. Please text me or call me to set up a time when we can discuss this matter to make sure we are all in agreement as to what our next move should now be.

 

Thanks. Justin

 

Sent from my iPad

On May 14, 2018, at 9:10 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Justin, I’ve attached the engineering report from Cihan’s engineers. It looks like we can use  the existing foundation once some Geotechnical analysis is done. Cihan was under the impression that we had agreed to get this work done during our last group meeting. Can we get someone out to complete the soil geotechnical analysis that the engineers determine needs to be done before the foundation can be used? That way, we can get this pool house up hopefully within the next month or so.

Jamil

 

Sent from my iPhone

Begin forwarded message:

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Date: May 11, 2018 at 7:06:08 PM CDT
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Cc: Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>
Subject: Re: Update

Jamil-

 

There is good news!  The existing foundation will work, with caveats though.

 

Attached is the engineering letter qualifying the wall with a different mounting configuration and the requirement of checking the soil for adequate bearing pressure, verifying the depth of the foundation and the width of the spread footing (either through county records and permit approvals with inspections, or through physical digging and checking), and finally the slope stability needs to be verified as not being a risk.

 

These caveats are spelled out in the letter.  Please proceed to share this information with those that need it in order to move forward.  We are anxious that the day is closer to having the pool enclosed again.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 1:44 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Tara, I don’t know how up to date you are with our pool house saga. The long and short of it is, the Engineers are revising building plans in an attempt to use the current foundation and retaining wall without having to make many (if any) modifications. While revising the plans the Engineer has had to do more billable work. I’ve forwarded his email below. What do we need to do to get him paid? Thanks.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

Begin forwarded message:

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Date: May 7, 2018 at 1:36:26 PM CDT
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Update

Thank you!

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 1:26 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>wrote:

Thanks again for your help. I’ll just wait to hear from you later this week. I’ll also forward your email to Tara Stanley with Farmers and ask her how to go about payment.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On May 7, 2018, at 12:27 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

It has not been completed yet but yes/no word will be within the next few days.  Then the new detail will be developed and an addendum to the plans will be issued.

 

I had to approve additional engineering funds to re-evaluate the existing foundation and need to know who I’m supposed to submit the invoice to for that extra work.  I know its not yours, but with this new information, we have to do more work and the budget was already surpassed on our end long ago.  This new work needed additional fund requests.

 

Bottom line – we are looking at this week for your answer.  I know its been a long road.  Almost there…

 

Thank you so much for your patience.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 12:23 PM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Cihan, how are you? I am just following up to see if Engineering was able to qualify the enclosure with the existing wall construction and modified mounting? If not yet, and so that I know what type of time frame to expect and don’t continue bothering you prematurely, how long do you think that it will take to get a final disposition?

 

Jamil

 

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 2, 2018 4:44 PM
Subject: Re: Update

 

Jamil-

 

I retreived the documents I needed finally today.  Justin was going to retrieve the full documents but never did send them to me.  I called and had to do a FOIA request and I got the drawings today.  Engineering is actually trying to qualify the enclosure as it is now with the existing wall construction and modified mounting for the enclosure to the wall.

 

Let’s keep our fingers crossed that the wall works and we can deliver this and install soon!

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Wed, May 2, 2018 at 8:51 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Cihan, any update on the revised plans?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

 

 

 

 

 

 

<151319.19 – Barrington_Letter_050918.pdf>

 

Fwd: Update

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:justin@everlastrenovation.com,Tara Stanley

May 14, 2018 at 9:10 AM

Hi Justin, I’ve attached the engineering report from Cihan’s engineers. It looks like we can use  the existing foundation once some Geotechnical analysis is done. Cihan was under the impression that we had agreed to get this work done during our last group meeting. Can we get someone out to complete the soil geotechnical analysis that the engineers determine needs to be done before the foundation can be used? That way, we can get this pool house up hopefully within the next month or so.

Jamil

 

Sent from my iPhone

Begin forwarded message:

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Date: May 11, 2018 at 7:06:08 PM CDT
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Cc: Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>
Subject: Re: Update

Jamil-

 

There is good news!  The existing foundation will work, with caveats though.

 

Attached is the engineering letter qualifying the wall with a different mounting configuration and the requirement of checking the soil for adequate bearing pressure, verifying the depth of the foundation and the width of the spread footing (either through county records and permit approvals with inspections, or through physical digging and checking), and finally the slope stability needs to be verified as not being a risk.

 

These caveats are spelled out in the letter.  Please proceed to share this information with those that need it in order to move forward.  We are anxious that the day is closer to having the pool enclosed again.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 1:44 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Tara, I don’t know how up to date you are with our pool house saga. The long and short of it is, the Engineers are revising building plans in an attempt to use the current foundation and retaining wall without having to make many (if any) modifications. While revising the plans the Engineer has had to do more billable work. I’ve forwarded his email below. What do we need to do to get him paid? Thanks.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

Begin forwarded message:

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Date: May 7, 2018 at 1:36:26 PM CDT
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Update

Thank you!

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 1:26 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Thanks again for your help. I’ll just wait to hear from you later this week. I’ll also forward your email to Tara Stanley with Farmers and ask her how to go about payment.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On May 7, 2018, at 12:27 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

It has not been completed yet but yes/no word will be within the next few days.  Then the new detail will be developed and an addendum to the plans will be issued.

 

I had to approve additional engineering funds to re-evaluate the existing foundation and need to know who I’m supposed to submit the invoice to for that extra work.  I know its not yours, but with this new information, we have to do more work and the budget was already surpassed on our end long ago.  This new work needed additional fund requests.

 

Bottom line – we are looking at this week for your answer.  I know its been a long road.  Almost there…

 

Thank you so much for your patience.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 12:23 PM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Cihan, how are you? I am just following up to see if Engineering was able to qualify the enclosure with the existing wall construction and modified mounting? If not yet, and so that I know what type of time frame to expect and don’t continue bothering you prematurely, how long do you think that it will take to get a final disposition?

 

Jamil

 

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 2, 2018 4:44 PM
Subject: Re: Update

 

Jamil-

 

I retreived the documents I needed finally today.  Justin was going to retrieve the full documents but never did send them to me.  I called and had to do a FOIA request and I got the drawings today.  Engineering is actually trying to qualify the enclosure as it is now with the existing wall construction and modified mounting for the enclosure to the wall.

 

Let’s keep our fingers crossed that the wall works and we can deliver this and install soon!

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Wed, May 2, 2018 at 8:51 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Cihan, any update on the revised plans?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

 

 

 

 

 

151319.19 – Barrington_Letter_050918.pdf

646.9kB

 

 

Re: Update

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Yahoo Account

May 12, 2018 at 8:57 AM

The geotechnical work was supposed to be done right after our meeting at your house. The verification of the footing can either be done by inspection or by manually digging and photographs and reporting by gc.  Geotechnical work will be about 2 to 4 weeks depending on who you get. But it could have been done by now. It is necessary.

 

On Sat, May 12, 2018, 8:24 AM Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Thanks for the follow-up. I will forward this info to Justin. Based on your experience, how long will it take to do the additional work spelled out in the new plans before building can actually start?

 

Jamil

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Cc: Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>
Sent: Friday, May 11, 2018 7:06 PM
Subject: Re: Update

 

Jamil-

 

There is good news!  The existing foundation will work, with caveats though.

 

Attached is the engineering letter qualifying the wall with a different mounting configuration and the requirement of checking the soil for adequate bearing pressure, verifying the depth of the foundation and the width of the spread footing (either through county records and permit approvals with inspections, or through physical digging and checking), and finally the slope stability needs to be verified as not being a risk.

 

These caveats are spelled out in the letter.  Please proceed to share this information with those that need it in order to move forward.  We are anxious that the day is closer to having the pool enclosed again.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential, proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated above. If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments. Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this message or any attachments by an individual or entity other than the intended recipient is prohibited.

 

On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 1:44 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Tara, I don’t know how up to date you are with our pool house saga. The long and short of it is, the Engineers are revising building plans in an attempt to use the current foundation and retaining wall without having to make many (if any) modifications. While revising the plans the Engineer has had to do more billable work. I’ve forwarded his email below. What do we need to do to get him paid? Thanks.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

Begin forwarded message:

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Date: May 7, 2018 at 1:36:26 PM CDT
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Update

Thank you!

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 1:26 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>wrote:

Thanks again for your help. I’ll just wait to hear from you later this week. I’ll also forward your email to Tara Stanley with Farmers and ask her how to go about payment.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On May 7, 2018, at 12:27 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

It has not been completed yet but yes/no word will be within the next few days.  Then the new detail will be developed and an addendum to the plans will be issued.

 

I had to approve additional engineering funds to re-evaluate the existing foundation and need to know who I’m supposed to submit the invoice to for that extra work.  I know its not yours, but with this new information, we have to do more work and the budget was already surpassed on our end long ago.  This new work needed additional fund requests.

 

Bottom line – we are looking at this week for your answer.  I know its been a long road.  Almost there…

 

Thank you so much for your patience.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 12:23 PM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Cihan, how are you? I am just following up to see if Engineering was able to qualify the enclosure with the existing wall construction and modified mounting? If not yet, and so that I know what type of time frame to expect and don’t continue bothering you prematurely, how long do you think that it will take to get a final disposition?

 

Jamil

 

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 2, 2018 4:44 PM
Subject: Re: Update

 

Jamil-

 

I retreived the documents I needed finally today.  Justin was going to retrieve the full documents but never did send them to me.  I called and had to do a FOIA request and I got the drawings today.  Engineering is actually trying to qualify the enclosure as it is now with the existing wall construction and modified mounting for the enclosure to the wall.

 

Let’s keep our fingers crossed that the wall works and we can deliver this and install soon!

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential, proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated above. If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments. Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this message or any attachments by an individual or entity other than the intended recipient is prohibited.

 

On Wed, May 2, 2018 at 8:51 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Cihan, any update on the revised plans?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Re: Update

Yahoo/Sent

  • Jamil Abdur-Rahman<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

Cc:Tara Stanley,Justin EverlastRenovation

May 12, 2018 at 8:24 AM

Thanks for the follow-up. I will forward this info to Justin. Based on your experience, how long will it take to do the additional work spelled out in the new plans before building can actually start?

 

Jamil

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Cc: Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>
Sent: Friday, May 11, 2018 7:06 PM
Subject: Re: Update

 

Jamil-

 

There is good news!  The existing foundation will work, with caveats though.

 

Attached is the engineering letter qualifying the wall with a different mounting configuration and the requirement of checking the soil for adequate bearing pressure, verifying the depth of the foundation and the width of the spread footing (either through county records and permit approvals with inspections, or through physical digging and checking), and finally the slope stability needs to be verified as not being a risk.

 

These caveats are spelled out in the letter.  Please proceed to share this information with those that need it in order to move forward.  We are anxious that the day is closer to having the pool enclosed again.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential, proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated above. If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments. Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this message or any attachments by an individual or entity other than the intended recipient is prohibited.

 

On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 1:44 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Tara, I don’t know how up to date you are with our pool house saga. The long and short of it is, the Engineers are revising building plans in an attempt to use the current foundation and retaining wall without having to make many (if any) modifications. While revising the plans the Engineer has had to do more billable work. I’ve forwarded his email below. What do we need to do to get him paid? Thanks.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

Begin forwarded message:

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Date: May 7, 2018 at 1:36:26 PM CDT
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Update

Thank you!

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential, proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated above. If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments. Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this message or any attachments by an individual or entity other than the intended recipient is prohibited.

 

On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 1:26 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Thanks again for your help. I’ll just wait to hear from you later this week. I’ll also forward your email to Tara Stanley with Farmers and ask her how to go about payment.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On May 7, 2018, at 12:27 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

It has not been completed yet but yes/no word will be within the next few days.  Then the new detail will be developed and an addendum to the plans will be issued.

 

I had to approve additional engineering funds to re-evaluate the existing foundation and need to know who I’m supposed to submit the invoice to for that extra work.  I know its not yours, but with this new information, we have to do more work and the budget was already surpassed on our end long ago.  This new work needed additional fund requests.

 

Bottom line – we are looking at this week for your answer.  I know its been a long road.  Almost there…

 

Thank you so much for your patience.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 12:23 PM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Cihan, how are you? I am just following up to see if Engineering was able to qualify the enclosure with the existing wall construction and modified mounting? If not yet, and so that I know what type of time frame to expect and don’t continue bothering you prematurely, how long do you think that it will take to get a final disposition?

 

Jamil

 

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 2, 2018 4:44 PM
Subject: Re: Update

 

Jamil-

 

I retreived the documents I needed finally today.  Justin was going to retrieve the full documents but never did send them to me.  I called and had to do a FOIA request and I got the drawings today.  Engineering is actually trying to qualify the enclosure as it is now with the existing wall construction and modified mounting for the enclosure to the wall.

 

Let’s keep our fingers crossed that the wall works and we can deliver this and install soon!

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential, proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated above. If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments. Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this message or any attachments by an individual or entity other than the intended recipient is prohibited.

 

On Wed, May 2, 2018 at 8:51 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Cihan, any update on the revised plans?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

 

 

 

 

 

 

151319.19 – Barrington_Letter_050918.pdf

646.9kB

 

 

Re: Update

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Cc:Tara Stanley

May 11, 2018 at 7:06 PM

Jamil-

 

There is good news!  The existing foundation will work, with caveats though.

 

Attached is the engineering letter qualifying the wall with a different mounting configuration and the requirement of checking the soil for adequate bearing pressure, verifying the depth of the foundation and the width of the spread footing (either through county records and permit approvals with inspections, or through physical digging and checking), and finally the slope stability needs to be verified as not being a risk.

 

These caveats are spelled out in the letter.  Please proceed to share this information with those that need it in order to move forward.  We are anxious that the day is closer to having the pool enclosed again.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 1:44 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Tara, I don’t know how up to date you are with our pool house saga. The long and short of it is, the Engineers are revising building plans in an attempt to use the current foundation and retaining wall without having to make many (if any) modifications. While revising the plans the Engineer has had to do more billable work. I’ve forwarded his email below. What do we need to do to get him paid? Thanks.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

Begin forwarded message:

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Date: May 7, 2018 at 1:36:26 PM CDT
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Update

Thank you!

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential, proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated above. If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments. Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this message or any attachments by an individual or entity other than the intended recipient is prohibited.

 

On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 1:26 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Thanks again for your help. I’ll just wait to hear from you later this week. I’ll also forward your email to Tara Stanley with Farmers and ask her how to go about payment.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On May 7, 2018, at 12:27 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

It has not been completed yet but yes/no word will be within the next few days.  Then the new detail will be developed and an addendum to the plans will be issued.

 

I had to approve additional engineering funds to re-evaluate the existing foundation and need to know who I’m supposed to submit the invoice to for that extra work.  I know its not yours, but with this new information, we have to do more work and the budget was already surpassed on our end long ago.  This new work needed additional fund requests.

 

Bottom line – we are looking at this week for your answer.  I know its been a long road.  Almost there…

 

Thank you so much for your patience.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential, proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated above. If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments. Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this message or any attachments by an individual or entity other than the intended recipient is prohibited.

 

On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 12:23 PM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Cihan, how are you? I am just following up to see if Engineering was able to qualify the enclosure with the existing wall construction and modified mounting? If not yet, and so that I know what type of time frame to expect and don’t continue bothering you prematurely, how long do you think that it will take to get a final disposition?

 

Jamil

 

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 2, 2018 4:44 PM
Subject: Re: Update

 

Jamil-

 

I retreived the documents I needed finally today.  Justin was going to retrieve the full documents but never did send them to me.  I called and had to do a FOIA request and I got the drawings today.  Engineering is actually trying to qualify the enclosure as it is now with the existing wall construction and modified mounting for the enclosure to the wall.

 

Let’s keep our fingers crossed that the wall works and we can deliver this and install soon!

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential, proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated above. If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments. Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this message or any attachments by an individual or entity other than the intended recipient is prohibited.

 

On Wed, May 2, 2018 at 8:51 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>wrote:

Hi Cihan, any update on the revised plans?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

 

 

 

 

 

151319.19 – Barrington_Letter_050918.pdf

646.9kB

 

 

Re: Update

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Tara Stanley

May 7, 2018 at 5:30 PM

Thanks.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On May 7, 2018, at 5:08 PM, Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com> wrote:

I will forward this information over to the manager for review.

 

Tara Stanley

Special Property Claims Adjuster

Property Claims

 

Farmers and Foremost Insurance

3333 Warrenville Rd. #250, Lisle, IL, 60532

Cell: (913)991-6128   Fax: (877) 217-1389

tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

www.farmers.com

 

From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] Sent: Monday, May 07, 2018 1:44 PM
To: Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>
Subject: Fwd: Update

 

Hi Tara, I don’t know how up to date you are with our pool house saga. The long and short of it is, the Engineers are revising building plans in an attempt to use the current foundation and retaining wall without having to make many (if any) modifications. While revising the plans the Engineer has had to do more billable work. I’ve forwarded his email below. What do we need to do to get him paid? Thanks.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

Begin forwarded message:

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Date: May 7, 2018 at 1:36:26 PM CDT
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Update

Thank you!

 

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential, proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated above. If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments. Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this message or any attachments by an individual or entity other than the intended recipient is prohibited.

 

On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 1:26 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Thanks again for your help. I’ll just wait to hear from you later this week. I’ll also forward your email to Tara Stanley with Farmers and ask her how to go about payment.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On May 7, 2018, at 12:27 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

It has not been completed yet but yes/no word will be within the next few days.  Then the new detail will be developed and an addendum to the plans will be issued.

 

I had to approve additional engineering funds to re-evaluate the existing foundation and need to know who I’m supposed to submit the invoice to for that extra work.  I know its not yours, but with this new information, we have to do more work and the budget was already surpassed on our end long ago.  This new work needed additional fund requests.

 

Bottom line – we are looking at this week for your answer.  I know its been a long road.  Almost there…

 

Thank you so much for your patience.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
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On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 12:23 PM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Cihan, how are you? I am just following up to see if Engineering was able to qualify the enclosure with the existing wall construction and modified mounting? If not yet, and so that I know what type of time frame to expect and don’t continue bothering you prematurely, how long do you think that it will take to get a final disposition?

 

Jamil

 

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 2, 2018 4:44 PM
Subject: Re: Update

 

Jamil-

 

I retreived the documents I needed finally today.  Justin was going to retrieve the full documents but never did send them to me.  I called and had to do a FOIA request and I got the drawings today.  Engineering is actually trying to qualify the enclosure as it is now with the existing wall construction and modified mounting for the enclosure to the wall.

 

Let’s keep our fingers crossed that the wall works and we can deliver this and install soon!

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Wed, May 2, 2018 at 8:51 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Cihan, any update on the revised plans?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

 

 

 

 

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RE: Update

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  • Tara Stanley<tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>

To:Yahoo Account

May 7, 2018 at 5:09 PM

I will forward this information over to the manager for review.

 

Tara Stanley

Special Property Claims Adjuster

Property Claims

 

Farmers and Foremost Insurance

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From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] Sent: Monday, May 07, 2018 1:44 PM
To: Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>
Subject: Fwd: Update

 

Hi Tara, I don’t know how up to date you are with our pool house saga. The long and short of it is, the Engineers are revising building plans in an attempt to use the current foundation and retaining wall without having to make many (if any) modifications. While revising the plans the Engineer has had to do more billable work. I’ve forwarded his email below. What do we need to do to get him paid? Thanks.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

Begin forwarded message:

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Date: May 7, 2018 at 1:36:26 PM CDT
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Update

Thank you!

 

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 1:26 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Thanks again for your help. I’ll just wait to hear from you later this week. I’ll also forward your email to Tara Stanley with Farmers and ask her how to go about payment.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On May 7, 2018, at 12:27 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

It has not been completed yet but yes/no word will be within the next few days.  Then the new detail will be developed and an addendum to the plans will be issued.

 

I had to approve additional engineering funds to re-evaluate the existing foundation and need to know who I’m supposed to submit the invoice to for that extra work.  I know its not yours, but with this new information, we have to do more work and the budget was already surpassed on our end long ago.  This new work needed additional fund requests.

 

Bottom line – we are looking at this week for your answer.  I know its been a long road.  Almost there…

 

Thank you so much for your patience.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 12:23 PM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Cihan, how are you? I am just following up to see if Engineering was able to qualify the enclosure with the existing wall construction and modified mounting? If not yet, and so that I know what type of time frame to expect and don’t continue bothering you prematurely, how long do you think that it will take to get a final disposition?

 

Jamil

 

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 2, 2018 4:44 PM
Subject: Re: Update

 

Jamil-

 

I retreived the documents I needed finally today.  Justin was going to retrieve the full documents but never did send them to me.  I called and had to do a FOIA request and I got the drawings today.  Engineering is actually trying to qualify the enclosure as it is now with the existing wall construction and modified mounting for the enclosure to the wall.

 

Let’s keep our fingers crossed that the wall works and we can deliver this and install soon!

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Wed, May 2, 2018 at 8:51 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Cihan, any update on the revised plans?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

 

 

 

 

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Fwd: Update

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  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Tara Stanley

Bcc:ozdemir@dynadome.com

May 7, 2018 at 1:44 PM

Hi Tara, I don’t know how up to date you are with our pool house saga. The long and short of it is, the Engineers are revising building plans in an attempt to use the current foundation and retaining wall without having to make many (if any) modifications. While revising the plans the Engineer has had to do more billable work. I’ve forwarded his email below. What do we need to do to get him paid? Thanks.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

Begin forwarded message:

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Date: May 7, 2018 at 1:36:26 PM CDT
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Update

Thank you!

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 1:26 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Thanks again for your help. I’ll just wait to hear from you later this week. I’ll also forward your email to Tara Stanley with Farmers and ask her how to go about payment.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On May 7, 2018, at 12:27 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

It has not been completed yet but yes/no word will be within the next few days.  Then the new detail will be developed and an addendum to the plans will be issued.

 

I had to approve additional engineering funds to re-evaluate the existing foundation and need to know who I’m supposed to submit the invoice to for that extra work.  I know its not yours, but with this new information, we have to do more work and the budget was already surpassed on our end long ago.  This new work needed additional fund requests.

 

Bottom line – we are looking at this week for your answer.  I know its been a long road.  Almost there…

 

Thank you so much for your patience.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 12:23 PM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Cihan, how are you? I am just following up to see if Engineering was able to qualify the enclosure with the existing wall construction and modified mounting? If not yet, and so that I know what type of time frame to expect and don’t continue bothering you prematurely, how long do you think that it will take to get a final disposition?

 

Jamil

 

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 2, 2018 4:44 PM
Subject: Re: Update

 

Jamil-

 

I retreived the documents I needed finally today.  Justin was going to retrieve the full documents but never did send them to me.  I called and had to do a FOIA request and I got the drawings today.  Engineering is actually trying to qualify the enclosure as it is now with the existing wall construction and modified mounting for the enclosure to the wall.

 

Let’s keep our fingers crossed that the wall works and we can deliver this and install soon!

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Wed, May 2, 2018 at 8:51 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>wrote:

Hi Cihan, any update on the revised plans?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

 

 

 

 

 

drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Tara Stanley

Bcc:ozdemir@dynadome.com

May 7, 2018 at 1:44 PM

Hi Tara, I don’t know how up to date you are with our pool house saga. The long and short of it is, the Engineers are revising building plans in an attempt to use the current foundation and retaining wall without having to make many (if any) modifications. While revising the plans the Engineer has had to do more billable work. I’ve forwarded his email below. What do we need to do to get him paid? Thanks.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

Begin forwarded message:

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Date: May 7, 2018 at 1:36:26 PM CDT
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Update

Thank you!

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 1:26 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Thanks again for your help. I’ll just wait to hear from you later this week. I’ll also forward your email to Tara Stanley with Farmers and ask her how to go about payment.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On May 7, 2018, at 12:27 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

It has not been completed yet but yes/no word will be within the next few days.  Then the new detail will be developed and an addendum to the plans will be issued.

 

I had to approve additional engineering funds to re-evaluate the existing foundation and need to know who I’m supposed to submit the invoice to for that extra work.  I know its not yours, but with this new information, we have to do more work and the budget was already surpassed on our end long ago.  This new work needed additional fund requests.

 

Bottom line – we are looking at this week for your answer.  I know its been a long road.  Almost there…

 

Thank you so much for your patience.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 12:23 PM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Cihan, how are you? I am just following up to see if Engineering was able to qualify the enclosure with the existing wall construction and modified mounting? If not yet, and so that I know what type of time frame to expect and don’t continue bothering you prematurely, how long do you think that it will take to get a final disposition?

 

Jamil

 

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 2, 2018 4:44 PM
Subject: Re: Update

 

Jamil-

 

I retreived the documents I needed finally today.  Justin was going to retrieve the full documents but never did send them to me.  I called and had to do a FOIA request and I got the drawings today.  Engineering is actually trying to qualify the enclosure as it is now with the existing wall construction and modified mounting for the enclosure to the wall.

 

Let’s keep our fingers crossed that the wall works and we can deliver this and install soon!

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Wed, May 2, 2018 at 8:51 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>wrote:

Hi Cihan, any update on the revised plans?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

 

 

 

 

  • ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Yahoo Account

May 7, 2018 at 1:36 PM

Thank you!

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 1:26 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Thanks again for your help. I’ll just wait to hear from you later this week. I’ll also forward your email to Tara Stanley with Farmers and ask her how to go about payment.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On May 7, 2018, at 12:27 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

It has not been completed yet but yes/no word will be within the next few days.  Then the new detail will be developed and an addendum to the plans will be issued.

 

I had to approve additional engineering funds to re-evaluate the existing foundation and need to know who I’m supposed to submit the invoice to for that extra work.  I know its not yours, but with this new information, we have to do more work and the budget was already surpassed on our end long ago.  This new work needed additional fund requests.

 

Bottom line – we are looking at this week for your answer.  I know its been a long road.  Almost there…

 

Thank you so much for your patience.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 12:23 PM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Cihan, how are you? I am just following up to see if Engineering was able to qualify the enclosure with the existing wall construction and modified mounting? If not yet, and so that I know what type of time frame to expect and don’t continue bothering you prematurely, how long do you think that it will take to get a final disposition?

 

Jamil

 

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 2, 2018 4:44 PM
Subject: Re: Update

 

Jamil-

 

I retreived the documents I needed finally today.  Justin was going to retrieve the full documents but never did send them to me.  I called and had to do a FOIA request and I got the drawings today.  Engineering is actually trying to qualify the enclosure as it is now with the existing wall construction and modified mounting for the enclosure to the wall.

 

Let’s keep our fingers crossed that the wall works and we can deliver this and install soon!

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Wed, May 2, 2018 at 8:51 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>wrote:

Hi Cihan, any update on the revised plans?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

 

 

 

 

 

Re: Update

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

May 7, 2018 at 1:26 PM

Thanks again for your help. I’ll just wait to hear from you later this week. I’ll also forward your email to Tara Stanley with Farmers and ask her how to go about payment.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On May 7, 2018, at 12:27 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

It has not been completed yet but yes/no word will be within the next few days.  Then the new detail will be developed and an addendum to the plans will be issued.

 

I had to approve additional engineering funds to re-evaluate the existing foundation and need to know who I’m supposed to submit the invoice to for that extra work.  I know its not yours, but with this new information, we have to do more work and the budget was already surpassed on our end long ago.  This new work needed additional fund requests.

 

Bottom line – we are looking at this week for your answer.  I know its been a long road.  Almost there…

 

Thank you so much for your patience.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Mon, May 7, 2018 at 12:23 PM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Cihan, how are you? I am just following up to see if Engineering was able to qualify the enclosure with the existing wall construction and modified mounting? If not yet, and so that I know what type of time frame to expect and don’t continue bothering you prematurely, how long do you think that it will take to get a final disposition?

 

Jamil

 

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 2, 2018 4:44 PM
Subject: Re: Update

 

Jamil-

 

I retreived the documents I needed finally today.  Justin was going to retrieve the full documents but never did send them to me.  I called and had to do a FOIA request and I got the drawings today.  Engineering is actually trying to qualify the enclosure as it is now with the existing wall construction and modified mounting for the enclosure to the wall.

 

Let’s keep our fingers crossed that the wall works and we can deliver this and install soon!

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Wed, May 2, 2018 at 8:51 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi Cihan, any update on the revised plans?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

 

 

 

 

Re: Insurance Claim Follow Up

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Fix My House

Jan 22, 2018 at 8:34 AM

Thus far, none of the repairs have been completed. After the damaged pool house was taken down and the new pool house materials purchased, the builders ran into a number of permitting issues with the county and FEMA. As a result, the new pool house has yet to be constructed. I’ve been really trying to stay on the builders and engineers to get all of the permitting issues resolved as we are going on 2 years without a pool house. Additionally, because a number of structures that previously were not exposed to the elements are now exposed, the house is suffering more damage (ie burst pipes in the pool house bathroom, a collapsed ceiling in the utility room previously covered by the pool house roof, etc). Farmers Insurance has been following the progress (or lack there of).

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Jan 22, 2018, at 7:32 AM, Fix My House <FixMyHouse@quickenloans.com> wrote:

Hello,

 

Just wanted to reach out to you in regards to your insurance claim and see how the repairs are coming along to your home.

 

Once repairs are complete, we do require an inspection.

We work with Wolverine inspections and can have this scheduled, at no cost to you, when ready.

Would you like to have an inspection ordered at this time?  If yes, please provide us the best contact number for the inspector to reach out.

 

If repairs are not complete, please provide an update and I will note your loan accordingly.

We typically follow up every 30 days or so for updates and to see if you had any questions regarding the process in general.

 

A lien waiver (attached) signed by your contractor is the last item needed to close out your claim.

This document protects the property from any liens after the contractor has received payment.

If you were working as your own general contractor or have already provided us with this document, please disregard.

 

Please let me know if you have any questions, I’m happy to help.

 

 

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Maria Stanescu Team Senior, Insurance Loss

Insurance Loss Hotline (866)947-8425

Fax (855)455-2074 |

Email fixmyhouse@quickenloans.com

 

 

 

<Unconditional_Lien_Waiver_Insurance_Claims.pdf>

 

Re: Status on Schedule…

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

Oct 9, 2017 at 8:57 AM

Sorry, I missed that email. I spoke with Justin last Thursday and he said the Engineer’s final report for the retaining wall should be ready for Farmers early this week. From there, Tara will “fast track” the approval. When I hear more I will let you know.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Oct 9, 2017, at 7:46 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

Did you get my email below from last week?  I have not heard back from Justin or anyone really about the status, but I know that meetings were supposed to take place for the project.  Can you please let me know?  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Wed, Oct 4, 2017 at 4:05 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

Do you have any information on the scheduling with Justin and the insurance company?

 

Our fall season is pretty booked and we’d like to know where this project falls within the scheduling.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
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  • Tara Stanley<tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>

To:Jamil Abdur-Rahman

Sep 26, 2017 at 2:15 PM

I will be out of the office starting Monday September 25th and returning on Wednesday October 4th.  If you require immediate assistance, please contact Tom DeHahn at 708-925-6618 or thomas.dehahn@farmersinsurance.com.

 

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  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

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Sep 7, 2017 at 6:48 PM

Thank you Tara.

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

> On Sep 7, 2017, at 4:28 PM, Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com> wrote:
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> The contractor can move forward with getting the engineer out to inspect and provide a report on repair options
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>> What was concluded at the meeting today?
>>
>> Jamil
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>>> On Sep 7, 2017, at 3:09 PM, Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com> wrote:
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>>> Jamil….the additional supervisor and manager completing the reviews and approvals on this claim are Danielle Kelley and Lisa Rue.  I included their emails below that you were requesting.
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>>> lisa.rue@farmersinsurance.com
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>>>> Hi Tara. Any feedback from the Engineer? Who should I bring reaching out to in Farmers to continue pressing this matter further?
>>>>
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Sep 7, 2017 at 4:28 PM

The contractor can move forward with getting the engineer out to inspect and provide a report on repair options

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> What was concluded at the meeting today?
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>>
>> Jamil….the additional supervisor and manager completing the reviews and approvals on this claim are Danielle Kelley and Lisa Rue.  I included their emails below that you were requesting.
>>
>> danielle.kelley@farmersinsurance.com
>> lisa.rue@farmersinsurance.com
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Sep 7, 2017 at 3:37 PM

What was concluded at the meeting today?

Jamil

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> Jamil….the additional supervisor and manager completing the reviews and approvals on this claim are Danielle Kelley and Lisa Rue.  I included their emails below that you were requesting.
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To:Yahoo Account

Sep 7, 2017 at 3:09 PM

Jamil….the additional supervisor and manager completing the reviews and approvals on this claim are Danielle Kelley and Lisa Rue.  I included their emails below that you were requesting.

danielle.kelley@farmersinsurance.com
lisa.rue@farmersinsurance.com

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Re: Update Part 2

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  • Justin EverlastRenovation<justin@everlastrenovation.com>

To:Tara Stanley,Yahoo Account,jlizzio@farmersagent.com

Sep 7, 2017 at 11:03 AM

Dear Farmers.

The multiple unknowns about the land around the pool house mentioned in  your last e mail is the exact reason why we have asked to get a specialist involved. There have now been two engineers that have told farmers that the approved repairs can not be completed without further inspection and possible alteration to the retaining wall that is less than two feet away from the work area. I asked Farmers to authorize this specialist to determine what needs done three weeks ago. No estimates can be provided until this specialist determines what needs to be done and provides plans as to what is needed to rebuild the structure. The approved repairs are simply not possible without this retaining wall being address or at least inspected and approved by an engineer. Thus we can not restore the pre storm condition of the home without addressing this issue so this damage should be addressed just like any other work required to repair damaged property which is why I believe this required work does have coverage. Please let me know the result of this round table decision so I can proceed with getting the required specialist started as soon as possible. The specialist did inform us that to complete his inspection some trees may need to be removed from the affected area just to complete the inspection. I expect the specialist’s bill will cost around $5,0000 plus the overhead and profit so about $5-6k is my best guess at this time. If this specialist and the possible supplement following their findings are not immediately approved these repairs will likely not be able to be completed before winter, again leaving this house exposed to additional costs and damages. Right now even if Farmers approves the specialist today and approves the pending retaining wall supplement the same day it is received the new foundation will not be ready to support the new structure till late November possibly early December if everything goes perfect. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help assist in the process or do to speed things up to help this customer rebuild their home after a claim that has been a total nightmare for all involved. I would like to remind Farmers that this new structure was found by Farmers for the insured and this replacement option was the only available option for the insured to repair their damaged property. For Farmers to now try to exclude coverages for a replacement product that was found by Farmers and explained to the insured as the only like kind and quality product available for the repairs is unacceptable.

Please call Justin at 847-863-0927 to review this situation as soon as possible.

Thank you.

Justin Cagle &

Everlast Renovation Co.

 

On Wed, Sep 6, 2017 at 3:58 PM, Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com> wrote:

Jamil

 

I spoke with the manager and she has arranged a roundtable tomorrow with legal to discuss coverages and what is needed to proceed.  Have you received any estimates on the retaining wall yet…any idea what pricing we are looking at?  Any additional information I can provide to counsel can help move things quicker….there may not be any estimates yet due to so many unknowns about the land composition around the home.

 

​​​​​

Tara Stanley

Illinois Property Special Claims Adjuster

 

Farmers Insurance

2245 Sequoia Drive, Aurora, IL, 60506

Cell: (913)991-6128  Fax: (877) 217-1389

tara.stanley@farmersinsurance. com

www.farmers.com

 

From: Jamil Abdur-Rahman [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] Sent: Wednesday, September 06, 2017 12:41 PM
To: Tara Stanley; Justin EverlastRenovation; Cihan Ozdemir
Subject: Update Part 2

 

Hello all. I sent out an e-mail to Tara on 9/1 and again yesterday on 9/5 asking for an update after the Engineer’s visit to the site last week. I haven’t heard anything yet, so I am touching bases again. To recap. During his visit last week, the Engineer stated that he believed that the retaining wall would likely have to be replaced to accommodate the additional weight from the new foundation that was required to accommodate the new and heavier pool house. However, he also said that he was “not an expert” and would ask that Farmers send out a “Specialist” to evaluate further. He mention the possible need for “soil boring” as part of this “Specialist’s” evaluation.

 

  1. Tara, have we heard back for the Engineer yet. Has he provided any sort of report?

 

  1. Tara, if the Engineer has provided a report, what has Farmers decided to do in regards to his recommendations that a “Specialist” come out?

 

  1. Tara, what type of timeline are we looking at for getting a Specialist out and for concluding whatever additional evaluations are recommended?

 

  1. Tara, you mentioned that our case had become expensive enough that it had exceeded your ability to approve additional costs. Who additionally from Farmers should I/we now be including in these correspondences? It is already autumn and we’ve got to move, I need to know who it is that can keep this moving.

 

  1. Tara, some months ago you indicated to me that Farmers had believed that the construction site had been “better secured”. When you came out to inspect the site yourself, you indicated that Farmers had expected that the pool and the pool house area that included structures that were previously indoor but that are now outdoor would have been “covered by a temporary enclosure” to protect them. Why did you expect that to have happened? Was money allocated for this? If so, how much and when?

 

  1. Justin, was the plan originally to protect the pool and the pool house area with a temporary structure? If so, why wasn’t a temporary structure erected?

 

  1. Can you Tara and you Justin provide me (and Cihan who is still storing the pool house in his storage at no cost to us) a detailed expectation of what still needs to be done before this project can be completed along with an expected timeline in your responses to this e-mail?

 

  1. In previous e-mails I listed well over 20 issues that have arisen over the last year as a result of the pool house area being exposed. No one has responded to those e-mails and no one has told me how the concerns I listed will be addressed. I will include a list of those items again. Please, in your e-mail response address each of the items lists.

 

  1. Lastly, included in my list of items was the fact that my home and my garage are not secured. This is a extremely dangerous situation, and I am appalled that no one has responded to my concerns when I’ve raised them. So please, when responding to each of the items list below (for the 3rd time in an e-mail of mine), please respond to those issues.

 

Summary of What Needs To Be Done (originally from my 8/29 e-mail)

  1. The pool plumbing/piping needs to be assessed by an independent pool company.
  2. The pool liner needs to be replaced.
  3. We need professional to come out a perform wild life abatement in the pool area.
  4. The pool heater needs to be replaced.
  5. An independent professional needs to assess (and possibly repair) the structural integrity of the pool itself.
  6. The utility room ceiling and walls need to be replaced.
  7. The utility room needs to assessed for mold.
  8. The bathroom needs to be assessed for mold.
  9. The furnace in the utility room needs to be replaced.
  10. The ruptured bathroom pipes need to be repaired.
  11. The bathroom ceiling and walls need to be replaced.
  12. The toilet and sink need to be replaced.
  13. The utility room doors and the bathroom door needs to be replaced.
  14. The utility room needs to be properly secured until the repairs have been completed so that no one breaks into our garage or our home.
  15. The 2-way fire place needs to be properly secured so that no one can break into our home.
  16. The pool house speakers need to be replaced and the integrity of the wiring assessed to ensure that new speakers will actually work.
  17. The pool house heat/cooling grates need to be replaced.
  18. The pool house heat/cooling ducts need to be assessed remotely using a camera to assess how badly damaged they are after repeated freeze/thaw cycles and rain water running down them.
  19. The pool house foundation and the new cracks need to be assessed and properly repaired.
  20. The stucco walls of the pool house need to be assessed by an independent expert and either repaired ort replaced depending upon their assessment.
  21. The Master bedroom/office wall cracks need to be repaired.

 

Jamil

 

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Re: RE: Update Part 2

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  • Jamil Abdur-Rahman<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Justin EverlastRenovation,Cihan Ozdemir,Tara Stanley

Sep 6, 2017 at 5:52 PM

I haven’t received any estimates. I am not sure that it has even been completely determined what may or may not need to be done with regards to the retaining wall. As always, it just feels like we are running in quicksand here. Did the Engineer that was out last week provide any useful guidance about the retaining wall or about what a new, heavier foundation might do to a retaining wall? Tara, it makes a little nervous to hear that there is going to be “a roundtable tomorrow with legal to discuss coverages and what is needed to proceed”. My experience in dealing with in-house legal at large corporations is that their sole fiduciary responsibility is to their employer (i.e. Farmers), and that any considerations on their side will revolve around how they can mitigate Farmers’ responsibilities and costs. However, if you recall, from the beginning of this entire fiasco, Rubi and I never wanted to replace the pool house. We knew that pursuing a large project, especially given what we viewed to be fairly minimal damage to the pool house, could be opening a large and very messy can of worms.

 

A year plus later and we’ve been proven right on that one. From the outset, we just wanted to replace the damaged panels. On your advise (and likely the advise of your immediate superiors), we were told that we could not replace the panels because the manufacturer of the pool house was no longer in business. Instead, we were told that Farmers would require that we replace the entire structure. Time and time again Rubi and I asked if there were other options and time and time again we were told no. Now, after the structure has been removed and areas that were previously protected by the structure have suffered additional damage from exposure, there is no way that we should be put in the position of having to shoulder any financial costs other than those prescribed by our deductible. If we were going to shoulder additional financial costs to begin with, we would have just gone with a local greenhouse manufacturer that I found a year ago and paid for them to just replace the dinged panels.

 

Compared to the costs that we could incur if the legal roundtable decides that we have to shoulder some of these massive costs associated with the replacement, we would have saved money, time and heartache just by replacing the panels. It was Farmers that said that we had to tear down and then replace the old pool house, and now, all that has followed is the result of that directive. What time is the meeting tomorrow? I think that it would be important for me, Rubi, Cihan and Justin to be involved remotely by Skype or telephone. The full scope of where we are and how we got here needs to be fully appreciated. That fact that my home has suffered and continues to suffer additional damage as a result of this massive delay needs to be fully appreciated. The fact that winter is coming and our home will be dangerously cold again because of the exposed 2-way fireplace and the non-insulated walls that abut the demolished pool house needs to be conveyed. The fact that animals can get into my home and my small children can get out through the open 2-way fireplace needs to be conveyed. The fact that they or my animals could fall into this pool, or that the neighbors small child could wander over and fall into the pool needs to be conveyed as well. The fact that my garage is not basically open to the outside and my contents are not properly secured needs to be conveyed. The fact that the garage represents a second way for people to access our home needs to be conveyed.

 

You’ve worked with Rubi and I for a while on this Tara. I think that you know that we are fair, EXTREMELY patient (to our detriment I feel this time) and decent people. So I don’t take what I am about to say lightly, but I just don’t feel as if I have any other acceptable options if this doesn’t get streamlined ASAP. At this point, I am so confused and so frustrated that if the roundtable doesn’t move this along in a rapid and fair manner, and by rapid I mean getting this done before winter hits, and by fair I mean in a manner that doesn’t cost us another dime and that takes into account how long we’ve waited, the frustration we’ve been forced to deal with, the extra damage that our home has suffered as a result of this entire fiasco and the fact that we didn’t want to replace the pool house to begin with but did so at Farmers’ direction; then I will have no other option but to take this to the court of public opinion. I’m not going to waste my time and money fighting this in a legal court. Big Guy (i.e. multinational corporation with a cadre of in-house lawyers) always beats little guy (i.e. a fed up family with limited means). And even if little guy somehow wins 5, 6 or 7 years later, in this case what does he win. His house is trashed by that point. I do quite a bit of work in the media though, and I can get this story out there pretty quickly. I am not saying that as a threat. I am saying this because I truly don’t know what else will make people respond for the right reasons. No one has responded to our home being improperly secured and subsequently damaged. No one has responded to my family’s safely being put into peril. No one has responded to the fact that our house was ABSOLUTELY freezing all last winter and that it will be again this winter. No one has responded in a timely manner, and sometimes the only way to get people and places to do the right thing is through public pressure. The pictures alone would be shocking to many! The story, the timeline and the fact that children are at risk will be even more so. I don’t want to make this any more complicated than it has already become, but I’ll do what I have to do to protect my family, our safety and our investment at this point. 13 months later, I don’t feel that that is unreasonable. So if you can include Cihan, Justin and myself on the call tomorrow, I’d be very grateful. Thanks.

 

Jamil

 

On ‎Wednesday‎, ‎September‎ ‎6‎, ‎2017‎ ‎04‎:‎03‎:‎56‎ ‎PM‎ ‎CDT, Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com> wrote:

 

 

Jamil

 

I spoke with the manager and she has arranged a roundtable tomorrow with legal to discuss coverages and what is needed to proceed.  Have you received any estimates on the retaining wall yet…any idea what pricing we are looking at?  Any additional information I can provide to counsel can help move things quicker….there may not be any estimates yet due to so many unknowns about the land composition around the home.

 

​​​​​

Tara Stanley

Illinois Property Special Claims Adjuster

 

Farmers Insurance

2245 Sequoia Drive, Aurora, IL, 60506

Cell: (913)991-6128  Fax: (877) 217-1389

tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

www.farmers.com

 

From: Jamil Abdur-Rahman [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] Sent: Wednesday, September 06, 2017 12:41 PM
To: Tara Stanley; Justin EverlastRenovation; Cihan Ozdemir
Subject: Update Part 2

 

Hello all. I sent out an e-mail to Tara on 9/1 and again yesterday on 9/5 asking for an update after the Engineer’s visit to the site last week. I haven’t heard anything yet, so I am touching bases again. To recap. During his visit last week, the Engineer stated that he believed that the retaining wall would likely have to be replaced to accommodate the additional weight from the new foundation that was required to accommodate the new and heavier pool house. However, he also said that he was “not an expert” and would ask that Farmers send out a “Specialist” to evaluate further. He mention the possible need for “soil boring” as part of this “Specialist’s” evaluation.

 

  1. Tara, have we heard back for the Engineer yet. Has he provided any sort of report?

 

  1. Tara, if the Engineer has provided a report, what has Farmers decided to do in regards to his recommendations that a “Specialist” come out?

 

  1. Tara, what type of timeline are we looking at for getting a Specialist out and for concluding whatever additional evaluations are recommended?

 

  1. Tara, you mentioned that our case had become expensive enough that it had exceeded your ability to approve additional costs. Who additionally from Farmers should I/we now be including in these correspondences? It is already autumn and we’ve got to move, I need to know who it is that can keep this moving.

 

  1. Tara, some months ago you indicated to me that Farmers had believed that the construction site had been “better secured”. When you came out to inspect the site yourself, you indicated that Farmers had expected that the pool and the pool house area that included structures that were previously indoor but that are now outdoor would have been “covered by a temporary enclosure” to protect them. Why did you expect that to have happened? Was money allocated for this? If so, how much and when?

 

  1. Justin, was the plan originally to protect the pool and the pool house area with a temporary structure? If so, why wasn’t a temporary structure erected?

 

  1. Can you Tara and you Justin provide me (and Cihan who is still storing the pool house in his storage at no cost to us) a detailed expectation of what still needs to be done before this project can be completed along with an expected timeline in your responses to this e-mail?

 

  1. In previous e-mails I listed well over 20 issues that have arisen over the last year as a result of the pool house area being exposed. No one has responded to those e-mails and no one has told me how the concerns I listed will be addressed. I will include a list of those items again. Please, in your e-mail response address each of the items lists.

 

  1. Lastly, included in my list of items was the fact that my home and my garage are not secured. This is a extremely dangerous situation, and I am appalled that no one has responded to my concerns when I’ve raised them. So please, when responding to each of the items list below (for the 3rd time in an e-mail of mine), please respond to those issues.

 

Summary of What Needs To Be Done (originally from my 8/29 e-mail)

  1. The pool plumbing/piping needs to be assessed by an independent pool company.
  2. The pool liner needs to be replaced.
  3. We need professional to come out a perform wild life abatement in the pool area.
  4. The pool heater needs to be replaced.
  5. An independent professional needs to assess (and possibly repair) the structural integrity of the pool itself.
  6. The utility room ceiling and walls need to be replaced.
  7. The utility room needs to assessed for mold.
  8. The bathroom needs to be assessed for mold.
  9. The furnace in the utility room needs to be replaced.
  10. The ruptured bathroom pipes need to be repaired.
  11. The bathroom ceiling and walls need to be replaced.
  12. The toilet and sink need to be replaced.
  13. The utility room doors and the bathroom door needs to be replaced.
  14. The utility room needs to be properly secured until the repairs have been completed so that no one breaks into our garage or our home.
  15. The 2-way fire place needs to be properly secured so that no one can break into our home.
  16. The pool house speakers need to be replaced and the integrity of the wiring assessed to ensure that new speakers will actually work.
  17. The pool house heat/cooling grates need to be replaced.
  18. The pool house heat/cooling ducts need to be assessed remotely using a camera to assess how badly damaged they are after repeated freeze/thaw cycles and rain water running down them.
  19. The pool house foundation and the new cracks need to be assessed and properly repaired.
  20. The stucco walls of the pool house need to be assessed by an independent expert and either repaired ort replaced depending upon their assessment.
  21. The Master bedroom/office wall cracks need to be repaired.

 

Jamil

 

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RE: Update Part 2

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  • Tara Stanley<tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>

To:Jamil Abdur-Rahman,Justin EverlastRenovation,Cihan Ozdemir

Sep 6, 2017 at 4:03 PM

Jamil

 

I spoke with the manager and she has arranged a roundtable tomorrow with legal to discuss coverages and what is needed to proceed.  Have you received any estimates on the retaining wall yet…any idea what pricing we are looking at?  Any additional information I can provide to counsel can help move things quicker….there may not be any estimates yet due to so many unknowns about the land composition around the home.

 

​​​​​

Tara Stanley

Illinois Property Special Claims Adjuster

 

Farmers Insurance

2245 Sequoia Drive, Aurora, IL, 60506

Cell: (913)991-6128  Fax: (877) 217-1389

tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

www.farmers.com

 

From: Jamil Abdur-Rahman [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] Sent: Wednesday, September 06, 2017 12:41 PM
To: Tara Stanley; Justin EverlastRenovation; Cihan Ozdemir
Subject: Update Part 2

 

Hello all. I sent out an e-mail to Tara on 9/1 and again yesterday on 9/5 asking for an update after the Engineer’s visit to the site last week. I haven’t heard anything yet, so I am touching bases again. To recap. During his visit last week, the Engineer stated that he believed that the retaining wall would likely have to be replaced to accommodate the additional weight from the new foundation that was required to accommodate the new and heavier pool house. However, he also said that he was “not an expert” and would ask that Farmers send out a “Specialist” to evaluate further. He mention the possible need for “soil boring” as part of this “Specialist’s” evaluation.

 

  1. Tara, have we heard back for the Engineer yet. Has he provided any sort of report?

 

  1. Tara, if the Engineer has provided a report, what has Farmers decided to do in regards to his recommendations that a “Specialist” come out?

 

  1. Tara, what type of timeline are we looking at for getting a Specialist out and for concluding whatever additional evaluations are recommended?

 

  1. Tara, you mentioned that our case had become expensive enough that it had exceeded your ability to approve additional costs. Who additionally from Farmers should I/we now be including in these correspondences? It is already autumn and we’ve got to move, I need to know who it is that can keep this moving.

 

  1. Tara, some months ago you indicated to me that Farmers had believed that the construction site had been “better secured”. When you came out to inspect the site yourself, you indicated that Farmers had expected that the pool and the pool house area that included structures that were previously indoor but that are now outdoor would have been “covered by a temporary enclosure” to protect them. Why did you expect that to have happened? Was money allocated for this? If so, how much and when?

 

  1. Justin, was the plan originally to protect the pool and the pool house area with a temporary structure? If so, why wasn’t a temporary structure erected?

 

  1. Can you Tara and you Justin provide me (and Cihan who is still storing the pool house in his storage at no cost to us) a detailed expectation of what still needs to be done before this project can be completed along with an expected timeline in your responses to this e-mail?

 

  1. In previous e-mails I listed well over 20 issues that have arisen over the last year as a result of the pool house area being exposed. No one has responded to those e-mails and no one has told me how the concerns I listed will be addressed. I will include a list of those items again. Please, in your e-mail response address each of the items lists.

 

  1. Lastly, included in my list of items was the fact that my home and my garage are not secured. This is a extremely dangerous situation, and I am appalled that no one has responded to my concerns when I’ve raised them. So please, when responding to each of the items list below (for the 3rd time in an e-mail of mine), please respond to those issues.

 

Summary of What Needs To Be Done (originally from my 8/29 e-mail)

  1. The pool plumbing/piping needs to be assessed by an independent pool company.
  2. The pool liner needs to be replaced.
  3. We need professional to come out a perform wild life abatement in the pool area.
  4. The pool heater needs to be replaced.
  5. An independent professional needs to assess (and possibly repair) the structural integrity of the pool itself.
  6. The utility room ceiling and walls need to be replaced.
  7. The utility room needs to assessed for mold.
  8. The bathroom needs to be assessed for mold.
  9. The furnace in the utility room needs to be replaced.
  10. The ruptured bathroom pipes need to be repaired.
  11. The bathroom ceiling and walls need to be replaced.
  12. The toilet and sink need to be replaced.
  13. The utility room doors and the bathroom door needs to be replaced.
  14. The utility room needs to be properly secured until the repairs have been completed so that no one breaks into our garage or our home.
  15. The 2-way fire place needs to be properly secured so that no one can break into our home.
  16. The pool house speakers need to be replaced and the integrity of the wiring assessed to ensure that new speakers will actually work.
  17. The pool house heat/cooling grates need to be replaced.
  18. The pool house heat/cooling ducts need to be assessed remotely using a camera to assess how badly damaged they are after repeated freeze/thaw cycles and rain water running down them.
  19. The pool house foundation and the new cracks need to be assessed and properly repaired.
  20. The stucco walls of the pool house need to be assessed by an independent expert and either repaired ort replaced depending upon their assessment.
  21. The Master bedroom/office wall cracks need to be repaired.

 

Jamil

 

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Re: Update Part 2

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  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

Sep 6, 2017 at 2:18 PM

Sounds good, thanks.

 

Jamil

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On Sep 6, 2017, at 2:00 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

I will look into this myself and let you know if I find out anything.  Thanks.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Wed, Sep 6, 2017 at 1:45 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

From what I understand (though it is certainly possible that I am confused, that is why I am trying to get everybody involved), someone along the way has implied  that the new foundation wall (which farmers has approved) may place  excessive stress on the retaining wall. So, Farmers sent out an engineer to evaluate this. The Engineer who came out told me that he’d advise Farmers to send out a “Specialist” who would be better able to assess if the new foundation would place excess stress on the retaining wall. That’s my understanding.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Sep 6, 2017, at 12:46 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

Am I correct in reading that Farmers Insurance does not agree with DynaDome’s engineers (Benesch) that the existing foundation wall needs to be replaced?  You said retaining wall, but I believe you meant foundation wall. They sent out an engineer who is NOT an expert?  What expert is necessary – specialist in what?

 

I am confused and only sending this to you so I can get your understanding first.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Wed, Sep 6, 2017 at 12:40 PM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hello all. I sent out an e-mail to Tara on 9/1 and again yesterday on 9/5 asking for an update after the Engineer’s visit to the site last week. I haven’t heard anything yet, so I am touching bases again. To recap. During his visit last week, the Engineer stated that he believed that the retaining wall would likely have to be replaced to accommodate the additional weight from the new foundation that was required to accommodate the new and heavier pool house. However, he also said that he was “not an expert” and would ask that Farmers send out a “Specialist” to evaluate further. He mention the possible need for “soil boring” as part of this “Specialist’s” evaluation.

 

  1. Tara, have we heard back for the Engineer yet. Has he provided any sort of report?

 

  1. Tara, if the Engineer has provided a report, what has Farmers decided to do in regards to his recommendations that a “Specialist” come out?

 

  1. Tara, what type of timeline are we looking at for getting a Specialist out and for concluding whatever additional evaluations are recommended?

 

  1. Tara, you mentioned that our case had become expensive enough that it had exceeded your ability to approve additional costs. Who additionally from Farmers should I/we now be including in these correspondences? It is already autumn and we’ve got to move, I need to know who it is that can keep this moving.

 

  1. Tara, some months ago you indicated to me that Farmers had believed that the construction site had been “better secured”. When you came out to inspect the site yourself, you indicated that Farmers had expected that the pool and the pool house area that included structures that were previously indoor but that are now outdoor would have been “covered by a temporary enclosure” to protect them. Why did you expect that to have happened? Was money allocated for this? If so, how much and when?

 

  1. Justin, was the plan originally to protect the pool and the pool house area with a temporary structure? If so, why wasn’t a temporary structure erected?

 

  1. Can you Tara and you Justin provide me (and Cihan who is still storing the pool house in his storage at no cost to us) a detailed expectation of what still needs to be done before this project can be completed along with an expected timeline in your responses to this e-mail?

 

  1. In previous e-mails I listed well over 20 issues that have arisen over the last year as a result of the pool house area being exposed. No one has responded to those e-mails and no one has told me how the concerns I listed will be addressed. I will include a list of those items again. Please, in your e-mail response address each of the items lists.

 

  1. Lastly, included in my list of items was the fact that my home and my garage are not secured. This is a extremely dangerous situation, and I am appalled that no one has responded to my concerns when I’ve raised them. So please, when responding to each of the items list below (for the 3rd time in an e-mail of mine), please respond to those issues.

 

Summary of What Needs To Be Done (originally from my 8/29 e-mail)

  1. The pool plumbing/piping needs to be assessed by an independent pool company.
  2. The pool liner needs to be replaced.
  3. We need professional to come out a perform wild life abatement in the pool area.
  4. The pool heater needs to be replaced.
  5. An independent professional needs to assess (and possibly repair) the structural integrity of the pool itself.
  6. The utility room ceiling and walls need to be replaced.
  7. The utility room needs to assessed for mold.
  8. The bathroom needs to be assessed for mold.
  9. The furnace in the utility room needs to be replaced.
  10. The ruptured bathroom pipes need to be repaired.
  11. The bathroom ceiling and walls need to be replaced.
  12. The toilet and sink need to be replaced.
  13. The utility room doors and the bathroom door needs to be replaced.
  14. The utility room needs to be properly secured until the repairs have been completed so that no one breaks into our garage or our home.
  15. The 2-way fire place needs to be properly secured so that no one can break into our home.
  16. The pool house speakers need to be replaced and the integrity of the wiring assessed to ensure that new speakers will actually work.
  17. The pool house heat/cooling grates need to be replaced.
  18. The pool house heat/cooling ducts need to be assessed remotely using a camera to assess how badly damaged they are after repeated freeze/thaw cycles and rain water running down them.
  19. The pool house foundation and the new cracks need to be assessed and properly repaired.
  20. The stucco walls of the pool house need to be assessed by an independent expert and either repaired ort replaced depending upon their assessment.
  21. The Master bedroom/office wall cracks need to be repaired.

 

Jamil

 

 

 

 

Re: Update Part 2

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  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Sep 6, 2017 at 2:00 PM

I will look into this myself and let you know if I find out anything.  Thanks.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Wed, Sep 6, 2017 at 1:45 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

From what I understand (though it is certainly possible that I am confused, that is why I am trying to get everybody involved), someone along the way has implied  that the new foundation wall (which farmers has approved) may place  excessive stress on the retaining wall. So, Farmers sent out an engineer to evaluate this. The Engineer who came out told me that he’d advise Farmers to send out a “Specialist” who would be better able to assess if the new foundation would place excess stress on the retaining wall. That’s my understanding.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Sep 6, 2017, at 12:46 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

Am I correct in reading that Farmers Insurance does not agree with DynaDome’s engineers (Benesch) that the existing foundation wall needs to be replaced?  You said retaining wall, but I believe you meant foundation wall. They sent out an engineer who is NOT an expert?  What expert is necessary – specialist in what?

 

I am confused and only sending this to you so I can get your understanding first.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Wed, Sep 6, 2017 at 12:40 PM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hello all. I sent out an e-mail to Tara on 9/1 and again yesterday on 9/5 asking for an update after the Engineer’s visit to the site last week. I haven’t heard anything yet, so I am touching bases again. To recap. During his visit last week, the Engineer stated that he believed that the retaining wall would likely have to be replaced to accommodate the additional weight from the new foundation that was required to accommodate the new and heavier pool house. However, he also said that he was “not an expert” and would ask that Farmers send out a “Specialist” to evaluate further. He mention the possible need for “soil boring” as part of this “Specialist’s” evaluation.

 

  1. Tara, have we heard back for the Engineer yet. Has he provided any sort of report?

 

  1. Tara, if the Engineer has provided a report, what has Farmers decided to do in regards to his recommendations that a “Specialist” come out?

 

  1. Tara, what type of timeline are we looking at for getting a Specialist out and for concluding whatever additional evaluations are recommended?

 

  1. Tara, you mentioned that our case had become expensive enough that it had exceeded your ability to approve additional costs. Who additionally from Farmers should I/we now be including in these correspondences? It is already autumn and we’ve got to move, I need to know who it is that can keep this moving.

 

  1. Tara, some months ago you indicated to me that Farmers had believed that the construction site had been “better secured”. When you came out to inspect the site yourself, you indicated that Farmers had expected that the pool and the pool house area that included structures that were previously indoor but that are now outdoor would have been “covered by a temporary enclosure” to protect them. Why did you expect that to have happened? Was money allocated for this? If so, how much and when?

 

  1. Justin, was the plan originally to protect the pool and the pool house area with a temporary structure? If so, why wasn’t a temporary structure erected?

 

  1. Can you Tara and you Justin provide me (and Cihan who is still storing the pool house in his storage at no cost to us) a detailed expectation of what still needs to be done before this project can be completed along with an expected timeline in your responses to this e-mail?

 

  1. In previous e-mails I listed well over 20 issues that have arisen over the last year as a result of the pool house area being exposed. No one has responded to those e-mails and no one has told me how the concerns I listed will be addressed. I will include a list of those items again. Please, in your e-mail response address each of the items lists.

 

  1. Lastly, included in my list of items was the fact that my home and my garage are not secured. This is a extremely dangerous situation, and I am appalled that no one has responded to my concerns when I’ve raised them. So please, when responding to each of the items list below (for the 3rd time in an e-mail of mine), please respond to those issues.

 

Summary of What Needs To Be Done (originally from my 8/29 e-mail)

  1. The pool plumbing/piping needs to be assessed by an independent pool company.
  2. The pool liner needs to be replaced.
  3. We need professional to come out a perform wild life abatement in the pool area.
  4. The pool heater needs to be replaced.
  5. An independent professional needs to assess (and possibly repair) the structural integrity of the pool itself.
  6. The utility room ceiling and walls need to be replaced.
  7. The utility room needs to assessed for mold.
  8. The bathroom needs to be assessed for mold.
  9. The furnace in the utility room needs to be replaced.
  10. The ruptured bathroom pipes need to be repaired.
  11. The bathroom ceiling and walls need to be replaced.
  12. The toilet and sink need to be replaced.
  13. The utility room doors and the bathroom door needs to be replaced.
  14. The utility room needs to be properly secured until the repairs have been completed so that no one breaks into our garage or our home.
  15. The 2-way fire place needs to be properly secured so that no one can break into our home.
  16. The pool house speakers need to be replaced and the integrity of the wiring assessed to ensure that new speakers will actually work.
  17. The pool house heat/cooling grates need to be replaced.
  18. The pool house heat/cooling ducts need to be assessed remotely using a camera to assess how badly damaged they are after repeated freeze/thaw cycles and rain water running down them.
  19. The pool house foundation and the new cracks need to be assessed and properly repaired.
  20. The stucco walls of the pool house need to be assessed by an independent expert and either repaired ort replaced depending upon their assessment.
  21. The Master bedroom/office wall cracks need to be repaired.

 

Jamil

 

 

 

Re: Update Part 2

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

Sep 6, 2017 at 1:45 PM

From what I understand (though it is certainly possible that I am confused, that is why I am trying to get everybody involved), someone along the way has implied  that the new foundation wall (which farmers has approved) may place  excessive stress on the retaining wall. So, Farmers sent out an engineer to evaluate this. The Engineer who came out told me that he’d advise Farmers to send out a “Specialist” who would be better able to assess if the new foundation would place excess stress on the retaining wall. That’s my understanding.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Sep 6, 2017, at 12:46 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

Am I correct in reading that Farmers Insurance does not agree with DynaDome’s engineers (Benesch) that the existing foundation wall needs to be replaced?  You said retaining wall, but I believe you meant foundation wall. They sent out an engineer who is NOT an expert?  What expert is necessary – specialist in what?

 

I am confused and only sending this to you so I can get your understanding first.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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On Wed, Sep 6, 2017 at 12:40 PM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hello all. I sent out an e-mail to Tara on 9/1 and again yesterday on 9/5 asking for an update after the Engineer’s visit to the site last week. I haven’t heard anything yet, so I am touching bases again. To recap. During his visit last week, the Engineer stated that he believed that the retaining wall would likely have to be replaced to accommodate the additional weight from the new foundation that was required to accommodate the new and heavier pool house. However, he also said that he was “not an expert” and would ask that Farmers send out a “Specialist” to evaluate further. He mention the possible need for “soil boring” as part of this “Specialist’s” evaluation.

 

  1. Tara, have we heard back for the Engineer yet. Has he provided any sort of report?

 

  1. Tara, if the Engineer has provided a report, what has Farmers decided to do in regards to his recommendations that a “Specialist” come out?

 

  1. Tara, what type of timeline are we looking at for getting a Specialist out and for concluding whatever additional evaluations are recommended?

 

  1. Tara, you mentioned that our case had become expensive enough that it had exceeded your ability to approve additional costs. Who additionally from Farmers should I/we now be including in these correspondences? It is already autumn and we’ve got to move, I need to know who it is that can keep this moving.

 

  1. Tara, some months ago you indicated to me that Farmers had believed that the construction site had been “better secured”. When you came out to inspect the site yourself, you indicated that Farmers had expected that the pool and the pool house area that included structures that were previously indoor but that are now outdoor would have been “covered by a temporary enclosure” to protect them. Why did you expect that to have happened? Was money allocated for this? If so, how much and when?

 

  1. Justin, was the plan originally to protect the pool and the pool house area with a temporary structure? If so, why wasn’t a temporary structure erected?

 

  1. Can you Tara and you Justin provide me (and Cihan who is still storing the pool house in his storage at no cost to us) a detailed expectation of what still needs to be done before this project can be completed along with an expected timeline in your responses to this e-mail?

 

  1. In previous e-mails I listed well over 20 issues that have arisen over the last year as a result of the pool house area being exposed. No one has responded to those e-mails and no one has told me how the concerns I listed will be addressed. I will include a list of those items again. Please, in your e-mail response address each of the items lists.

 

  1. Lastly, included in my list of items was the fact that my home and my garage are not secured. This is a extremely dangerous situation, and I am appalled that no one has responded to my concerns when I’ve raised them. So please, when responding to each of the items list below (for the 3rd time in an e-mail of mine), please respond to those issues.

 

Summary of What Needs To Be Done (originally from my 8/29 e-mail)

  1. The pool plumbing/piping needs to be assessed by an independent pool company.
  2. The pool liner needs to be replaced.
  3. We need professional to come out a perform wild life abatement in the pool area.
  4. The pool heater needs to be replaced.
  5. An independent professional needs to assess (and possibly repair) the structural integrity of the pool itself.
  6. The utility room ceiling and walls need to be replaced.
  7. The utility room needs to assessed for mold.
  8. The bathroom needs to be assessed for mold.
  9. The furnace in the utility room needs to be replaced.
  10. The ruptured bathroom pipes need to be repaired.
  11. The bathroom ceiling and walls need to be replaced.
  12. The toilet and sink need to be replaced.
  13. The utility room doors and the bathroom door needs to be replaced.
  14. The utility room needs to be properly secured until the repairs have been completed so that no one breaks into our garage or our home.
  15. The 2-way fire place needs to be properly secured so that no one can break into our home.
  16. The pool house speakers need to be replaced and the integrity of the wiring assessed to ensure that new speakers will actually work.
  17. The pool house heat/cooling grates need to be replaced.
  18. The pool house heat/cooling ducts need to be assessed remotely using a camera to assess how badly damaged they are after repeated freeze/thaw cycles and rain water running down them.
  19. The pool house foundation and the new cracks need to be assessed and properly repaired.
  20. The stucco walls of the pool house need to be assessed by an independent expert and either repaired ort replaced depending upon their assessment.
  21. The Master bedroom/office wall cracks need to be repaired.

 

Jamil

 

 

 

Re: Update Part 2

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Jamil Abdur-Rahman

Sep 6, 2017 at 12:46 PM

Jamil-

 

Am I correct in reading that Farmers Insurance does not agree with DynaDome’s engineers (Benesch) that the existing foundation wall needs to be replaced?  You said retaining wall, but I believe you meant foundation wall. They sent out an engineer who is NOT an expert?  What expert is necessary – specialist in what?

 

I am confused and only sending this to you so I can get your understanding first.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential, proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated above. If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments. Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this message or any attachments by an individual or entity other than the intended recipient is prohibited.

 

On Wed, Sep 6, 2017 at 12:40 PM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hello all. I sent out an e-mail to Tara on 9/1 and again yesterday on 9/5 asking for an update after the Engineer’s visit to the site last week. I haven’t heard anything yet, so I am touching bases again. To recap. During his visit last week, the Engineer stated that he believed that the retaining wall would likely have to be replaced to accommodate the additional weight from the new foundation that was required to accommodate the new and heavier pool house. However, he also said that he was “not an expert” and would ask that Farmers send out a “Specialist” to evaluate further. He mention the possible need for “soil boring” as part of this “Specialist’s” evaluation.

 

  1. Tara, have we heard back for the Engineer yet. Has he provided any sort of report?

 

  1. Tara, if the Engineer has provided a report, what has Farmers decided to do in regards to his recommendations that a “Specialist” come out?

 

  1. Tara, what type of timeline are we looking at for getting a Specialist out and for concluding whatever additional evaluations are recommended?

 

  1. Tara, you mentioned that our case had become expensive enough that it had exceeded your ability to approve additional costs. Who additionally from Farmers should I/we now be including in these correspondences? It is already autumn and we’ve got to move, I need to know who it is that can keep this moving.

 

  1. Tara, some months ago you indicated to me that Farmers had believed that the construction site had been “better secured”. When you came out to inspect the site yourself, you indicated that Farmers had expected that the pool and the pool house area that included structures that were previously indoor but that are now outdoor would have been “covered by a temporary enclosure” to protect them. Why did you expect that to have happened? Was money allocated for this? If so, how much and when?

 

  1. Justin, was the plan originally to protect the pool and the pool house area with a temporary structure? If so, why wasn’t a temporary structure erected?

 

  1. Can you Tara and you Justin provide me (and Cihan who is still storing the pool house in his storage at no cost to us) a detailed expectation of what still needs to be done before this project can be completed along with an expected timeline in your responses to this e-mail?

 

  1. In previous e-mails I listed well over 20 issues that have arisen over the last year as a result of the pool house area being exposed. No one has responded to those e-mails and no one has told me how the concerns I listed will be addressed. I will include a list of those items again. Please, in your e-mail response address each of the items lists.

 

  1. Lastly, included in my list of items was the fact that my home and my garage are not secured. This is a extremely dangerous situation, and I am appalled that no one has responded to my concerns when I’ve raised them. So please, when responding to each of the items list below (for the 3rd time in an e-mail of mine), please respond to those issues.

 

Summary of What Needs To Be Done (originally from my 8/29 e-mail)

  1. The pool plumbing/piping needs to be assessed by an independent pool company.
  2. The pool liner needs to be replaced.
  3. We need professional to come out a perform wild life abatement in the pool area.
  4. The pool heater needs to be replaced.
  5. An independent professional needs to assess (and possibly repair) the structural integrity of the pool itself.
  6. The utility room ceiling and walls need to be replaced.
  7. The utility room needs to assessed for mold.
  8. The bathroom needs to be assessed for mold.
  9. The furnace in the utility room needs to be replaced.
  10. The ruptured bathroom pipes need to be repaired.
  11. The bathroom ceiling and walls need to be replaced.
  12. The toilet and sink need to be replaced.
  13. The utility room doors and the bathroom door needs to be replaced.
  14. The utility room needs to be properly secured until the repairs have been completed so that no one breaks into our garage or our home.
  15. The 2-way fire place needs to be properly secured so that no one can break into our home.
  16. The pool house speakers need to be replaced and the integrity of the wiring assessed to ensure that new speakers will actually work.
  17. The pool house heat/cooling grates need to be replaced.
  18. The pool house heat/cooling ducts need to be assessed remotely using a camera to assess how badly damaged they are after repeated freeze/thaw cycles and rain water running down them.
  19. The pool house foundation and the new cracks need to be assessed and properly repaired.
  20. The stucco walls of the pool house need to be assessed by an independent expert and either repaired ort replaced depending upon their assessment.
  21. The Master bedroom/office wall cracks need to be repaired.

 

Jamil

 

 

 

Update Part 2

Yahoo/Sent

  • Jamil Abdur-Rahman<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Tara Stanley,Justin EverlastRenovation,Cihan Ozdemir

Sep 6, 2017 at 12:40 PM

Hello all. I sent out an e-mail to Tara on 9/1 and again yesterday on 9/5 asking for an update after the Engineer’s visit to the site last week. I haven’t heard anything yet, so I am touching bases again. To recap. During his visit last week, the Engineer stated that he believed that the retaining wall would likely have to be replaced to accommodate the additional weight from the new foundation that was required to accommodate the new and heavier pool house. However, he also said that he was “not an expert” and would ask that Farmers send out a “Specialist” to evaluate further. He mention the possible need for “soil boring” as part of this “Specialist’s” evaluation.

 

  1. Tara, have we heard back for the Engineer yet. Has he provided any sort of report?

 

  1. Tara, if the Engineer has provided a report, what has Farmers decided to do in regards to his recommendations that a “Specialist” come out?

 

  1. Tara, what type of timeline are we looking at for getting a Specialist out and for concluding whatever additional evaluations are recommended?

 

  1. Tara, you mentioned that our case had become expensive enough that it had exceeded your ability to approve additional costs. Who additionally from Farmers should I/we now be including in these correspondences? It is already autumn and we’ve got to move, I need to know who it is that can keep this moving.

 

  1. Tara, some months ago you indicated to me that Farmers had believed that the construction site had been “better secured”. When you came out to inspect the site yourself, you indicated that Farmers had expected that the pool and the pool house area that included structures that were previously indoor but that are now outdoor would have been “covered by a temporary enclosure” to protect them. Why did you expect that to have happened? Was money allocated for this? If so, how much and when?

 

  1. Justin, was the plan originally to protect the pool and the pool house area with a temporary structure? If so, why wasn’t a temporary structure erected?

 

  1. Can you Tara and you Justin provide me (and Cihan who is still storing the pool house in his storage at no cost to us) a detailed expectation of what still needs to be done before this project can be completed along with an expected timeline in your responses to this e-mail?

 

  1. In previous e-mails I listed well over 20 issues that have arisen over the last year as a result of the pool house area being exposed. No one has responded to those e-mails and no one has told me how the concerns I listed will be addressed. I will include a list of those items again. Please, in your e-mail response address each of the items lists.

 

  1. Lastly, included in my list of items was the fact that my home and my garage are not secured. This is a extremely dangerous situation, and I am appalled that no one has responded to my concerns when I’ve raised them. So please, when responding to each of the items list below (for the 3rd time in an e-mail of mine), please respond to those issues.

 

Summary of What Needs To Be Done (originally from my 8/29 e-mail)

  1. The pool plumbing/piping needs to be assessed by an independent pool company.
  2. The pool liner needs to be replaced.
  3. We need professional to come out a perform wild life abatement in the pool area.
  4. The pool heater needs to be replaced.
  5. An independent professional needs to assess (and possibly repair) the structural integrity of the pool itself.
  6. The utility room ceiling and walls need to be replaced.
  7. The utility room needs to assessed for mold.
  8. The bathroom needs to be assessed for mold.
  9. The furnace in the utility room needs to be replaced.
  10. The ruptured bathroom pipes need to be repaired.
  11. The bathroom ceiling and walls need to be replaced.
  12. The toilet and sink need to be replaced.
  13. The utility room doors and the bathroom door needs to be replaced.
  14. The utility room needs to be properly secured until the repairs have been completed so that no one breaks into our garage or our home.
  15. The 2-way fire place needs to be properly secured so that no one can break into our home.
  16. The pool house speakers need to be replaced and the integrity of the wiring assessed to ensure that new speakers will actually work.
  17. The pool house heat/cooling grates need to be replaced.
  18. The pool house heat/cooling ducts need to be assessed remotely using a camera to assess how badly damaged they are after repeated freeze/thaw cycles and rain water running down them.
  19. The pool house foundation and the new cracks need to be assessed and properly repaired.
  20. The stucco walls of the pool house need to be assessed by an independent expert and either repaired ort replaced depending upon their assessment.
  21. The Master bedroom/office wall cracks need to be repaired.

 

Jamil

 

 

Update

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Tara Stanley

Sep 5, 2017 at 3:18 PM

Hi Tara. Any feedback from the Engineer? Who should I bring reaching out to in Farmers to continue pressing this matter further?

 

Jamil

 

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RE: Hello???

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Tara Stanley<tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Aug 30, 2017 at 3:46 PM

The manager has approved me getting an official engineer report on codes for the area, the impact of the concrete and structure on the retaining wall, and whether or not the issue with the retaining wall is related to code or just condition.  I have sent a request to Nederveld Engineering to complete the report for me.  They will most likely contact you to do a full site inspection and take a close look at the wall in question.

Tara Stanley
Illinois Property Special Claims Adjuster

Farmers Insurance
2245 Sequoia Drive, Aurora, IL, 60506
Cell: (913)991-6128  Fax: (877) 217-1389
tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
www.farmers.com

—–Original Message—–
From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] Sent: Wednesday, August 30, 2017 11:36 AM
To: Tara Stanley
Subject: Re: Hello???

Ok, any idea of how long the review will take? Or better yet, can I have the contact info of the gentleman doing the review. I really don’t want us to end up on the bottom of his to-do list.

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

> On Aug 30, 2017, at 10:21 AM, Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com> wrote:
>
> Jamil
>
> I spoke with Justin yesterday about 4 pm and left you a message.  The engineer write up shows deterioration to the retaining wall as reason for needing to redo the wall.  In my conversation with Justin, he stated that there is some deterioration to the wood structure but the main issue is the weight of the new structure.  I explained to him that we approved coverage for the new concrete as it was required by the village of Barrington as code and your policy has code coverage.  I further explained to him that I most likely need to have the structural engineer out to verify definitive reason for the changes to the wall and whether or not it is required by code.  If there is a code requirement for it, the policy provides coverage.  If it is due to deterioration or construction issues, the policy specifically excludes coverage for those issues.  I have forwarded the information to the manager for review as the claim has exceeded my authority.
>
> Tara Stanley
> Illinois Property Special Claims Adjuster
>
> Farmers Insurance
> 3333 Warrenville Rd, Lisle, IL, 60532
> Cell: (913)991-6128  Fax: (877) 217-1389
tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com www.farmers.com
>
> —–Original Message—–
> From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] > Sent: Tuesday, August 29, 2017 2:30 PM
> To: Tara Stanley; justin@everlastrenovation.comozdemir@dynadome.com;
> Michael Erwin
> Subject: Hello???
>
> Other than Cihan who has responded within hours to every correspondence that I’ve sent, is anyone else going to address my concerns? In addition to the items that I listed in my email yesterday and then resent again today, we were told by you Justin a few weeks ago that you had received a letter from a structural engineer regarding the sidewalk settling/retaining wall and that you were just waiting for Farmers to approve the letter as part of code-related work. Has the letter been approved Tara/Justin?
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Re: Hello???

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  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Tara Stanley

Aug 30, 2017 at 11:36 AM

Ok, any idea of how long the review will take? Or better yet, can I have the contact info of the gentleman doing the review. I really don’t want us to end up on the bottom of his to-do list.

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

> On Aug 30, 2017, at 10:21 AM, Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com> wrote:
>
> Jamil
>
> I spoke with Justin yesterday about 4 pm and left you a message.  The engineer write up shows deterioration to the retaining wall as reason for needing to redo the wall.  In my conversation with Justin, he stated that there is some deterioration to the wood structure but the main issue is the weight of the new structure.  I explained to him that we approved coverage for the new concrete as it was required by the village of Barrington as code and your policy has code coverage.  I further explained to him that I most likely need to have the structural engineer out to verify definitive reason for the changes to the wall and whether or not it is required by code.  If there is a code requirement for it, the policy provides coverage.  If it is due to deterioration or construction issues, the policy specifically excludes coverage for those issues.  I have forwarded the information to the manager for review as the claim has exceeded my authority.
>
> Tara Stanley
> Illinois Property Special Claims Adjuster
>
> Farmers Insurance
> 3333 Warrenville Rd, Lisle, IL, 60532
> Cell: (913)991-6128  Fax: (877) 217-1389
tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
> www.farmers.com
>
> —–Original Message—–
> From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] > Sent: Tuesday, August 29, 2017 2:30 PM
> To: Tara Stanley; justin@everlastrenovation.comozdemir@dynadome.com; Michael Erwin
> Subject: Hello???
>
> Other than Cihan who has responded within hours to every correspondence that I’ve sent, is anyone else going to address my concerns? In addition to the items that I listed in my email yesterday and then resent again today, we were told by you Justin a few weeks ago that you had received a letter from a structural engineer regarding the sidewalk settling/retaining wall and that you were just waiting for Farmers to approve the letter as part of code-related work. Has the letter been approved Tara/Justin?
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RE: Hello???

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Tara Stanley<tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Aug 30, 2017 at 10:21 AM

Jamil

I spoke with Justin yesterday about 4 pm and left you a message.  The engineer write up shows deterioration to the retaining wall as reason for needing to redo the wall.  In my conversation with Justin, he stated that there is some deterioration to the wood structure but the main issue is the weight of the new structure.  I explained to him that we approved coverage for the new concrete as it was required by the village of Barrington as code and your policy has code coverage.  I further explained to him that I most likely need to have the structural engineer out to verify definitive reason for the changes to the wall and whether or not it is required by code.  If there is a code requirement for it, the policy provides coverage.  If it is due to deterioration or construction issues, the policy specifically excludes coverage for those issues.  I have forwarded the information to the manager for review as the claim has exceeded my authority.

Tara Stanley
Illinois Property Special Claims Adjuster

Farmers Insurance
3333 Warrenville Rd, Lisle, IL, 60532
Cell: (913)991-6128  Fax: (877) 217-1389
tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
www.farmers.com

—–Original Message—–
From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] Sent: Tuesday, August 29, 2017 2:30 PM
To: Tara Stanley; justin@everlastrenovation.comozdemir@dynadome.com; Michael Erwin
Subject: Hello???

Other than Cihan who has responded within hours to every correspondence that I’ve sent, is anyone else going to address my concerns? In addition to the items that I listed in my email yesterday and then resent again today, we were told by you Justin a few weeks ago that you had received a letter from a structural engineer regarding the sidewalk settling/retaining wall and that you were just waiting for Farmers to approve the letter as part of code-related work. Has the letter been approved Tara/Justin?

Jamil

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Hello???

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  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Tara Stanley,justin@everlastrenovation.com,ozdemir@dynadome.com,michael.erwin@farmersinsurance.com

Aug 29, 2017 at 2:29 PM

Other than Cihan who has responded within hours to every correspondence that I’ve sent, is anyone else going to address my concerns? In addition to the items that I listed in my email yesterday and then resent again today, we were told by you Justin a few weeks ago that you had received a letter from a structural engineer regarding the sidewalk settling/retaining wall and that you were just waiting for Farmers to approve the letter as part of code-related work. Has the letter been approved Tara/Justin?

 

Jamil

 

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RE: Pool house

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Tara Stanley<tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Aug 11, 2017 at 6:19 PM

Jamil

 

Here is the information I can obtain from the notes and letters sent out

 

12/8/16 Concrete supplement approved – to be completed when weather breaks, contractor notified

3/1/17  We were notified by Justin that the concrete work was halted due to the home being in a flood zone – FEMA survey needed

3/9/17  Justin called about depreciation

3/10/17 Supervisor Long spoke with Justin about payments and depreciation remaining for the labor portion of the rebuild

3/13/17 Adjuster Erwin spoke with Justin about same information above

 

3/13/17 was the last time we heard anything from Justin about status of the claim.

 

I called and left message for Justin to get status as all supplements requested by him have been approved.

 

​​​​​

Tara Stanley

Illinois Property Special Claims Adjuster

 

Farmers Insurance

2245 Sequoia Drive, Aurora, IL, 60506

Cell: (913)991-6128  Fax: (877) 217-1389

tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

www.farmers.com

 

From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] Sent: Friday, August 11, 2017 5:59 PM
To: Cihan Ozdemir; Justin EverlastRenovation; Michael Erwin; Tara Stanley
Subject: Re: Pool house

 

Different day, but still the same questions as we’re forwarded in my previous two unaddressed emails from 8/2 and 8/3 (see below). Any response from anyone (other than Cihan who promptly responded to my first email) would REALLY be appreciated!

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Aug 3, 2017, at 1:31 PM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Anyone other than Cihan (I know that he is just waiting for us to get the Pool house out of his facility at this point) have any feedback? We really need to get moving here.

 

Jamil

 

 

—– Forwarded Message —–

From: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To: “ozdemir@dynadome.com” <ozdemir@dynadome.com>; “justin@everlastrenovation.com” <justin@everlastrenovation.com>; “michael.erwin@farmersinsurance.com” <michael.erwin@farmersinsurance.com>; Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>

Sent: ‎Wednesday‎, ‎August‎ ‎02‎, ‎2017‎ ‎04‎:‎04‎:‎44‎ ‎PM

Subject: Pool house

 

Do we have any updates on plans for putting up the pool house? As the summer winds down I’m starting to get really nervous here. We absolutely cannot go another fall and winter without the pool house being up. The side of the house that abuts the pool house is not properly winterized and it has already suffered a great deal of damage. The pipes in the bathroom have already burst. The ceiling in the utility room has collapsed. The pool heater in the utility room is shot. And most importantly, the entire 1st floor of our home was absolutely freezing all winter because of the exposed walls and because of the 2-way fire place that, with the pool house gone, now communicates directly with the outside. Our gas bills were through the roof last winter. I’m not paying those high gas bills again. I’m not stuffing old clothes in the fire place again to prevent a draft. And I’m not leaving my home improperly secured again. What is our time line looking like? What is holding us up? What do we need to do to get this done ASAP.

 

Jamil

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Automatic reply: Pool house

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  • Michael Erwin<michael.erwin@farmersinsurance.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Aug 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM

I will be out of the office starting August 1, 2017.  If your claim needs immediate assistance please contact our office at 630-305-4077. You may also forward claim related documents to myclaim@farmersinsurance.com, by fax at (877) 217-1389 or via mail to PO Box 268994, Oklahoma City, OK 73126-8994. Please be sure to include your claim number with any documents you send.

 

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Re: Pool Enclosure Foundation…

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  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Mar 9, 2017 at 2:13 PM

Jamil-

 

Thank you.  We have not received it yet, but I will let you know when we do.

 

As far as I know, Tara said she was not handling your claim anymore because of her maternity leave.  It was transferred to the other adjuster.

 

Do you know anything about the timeline or schedule of the permits and foundation work?

 

Let me know.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Thu, Mar 9, 2017 at 9:15 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Sorry, I’ve been waiting to get some feedback from Tara; but no luck. My wife and I signed over the check to DynaDome and we sent it registered mail. Please advise when you receive it.

Jamil

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On Mar 8, 2017, at 3:09 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

I still have not heard back from you.  Please let me know what is going on.  Thanks.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

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On Tue, Feb 28, 2017 at 3:56 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

Did you talk with Quicken or can you just submit payment without talking to them?

 

Please let me know.  I am really getting a lot of pressure on my end.

 

Thanks.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

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On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 2:06 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

Here is the invoice that was generated back in December.

 

Please advise as soon as possible.  Thanks.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 1:03 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Great.  Let me know as soon as possible.  I will send you the invoice for the balance once you confirm.

 

Thanks!

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

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On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 1:01 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Ok, gotcha. My wife and I received a check this week. We weren’t clear what it was for. They don’t have Quicken named on this check like they have in the past, so we may just be able

To sign it over to you. I’ll call Quicken for advise.

 

Jamil

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On Feb 22, 2017, at 12:42 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

You misunderstood my email.

 

They told me that you were sent the balance of the claim on February 9.  You should have the amount and you will be submit that to Quicken (mortgage company) for signatures.

 

I am not sure about the exact balance but it is about $115k.

 

Thanks.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 12:39 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I haven’t been able to get a response from her either. This has become more and more trying. I will reach out to her again. I will also touch bases with Justin to see if he has updates. As an aside. Have you been paid for the majority of the Pool-house? How much is left on your balance? I want to see if Farmers will make out a check for your balance.

 

Jamil

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On Feb 18, 2017, at 9:11 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

How are you doing?  I have not heard back from you since the last time you and I discussed reaching Tara.  I have also not heard from Tara.  I sent her an email about 10 days ago regarding our position.

 

Do you have any information you can provide me at this time to update me on the status of the foundation, permits, work, delivery, etc.?

 

Let me know please.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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Re: Pool Enclosure Foundation…

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  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

Mar 9, 2017 at 9:15 AM

Sorry, I’ve been waiting to get some feedback from Tara; but no luck. My wife and I signed over the check to DynaDome and we sent it registered mail. Please advise when you receive it.

Jamil

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On Mar 8, 2017, at 3:09 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

I still have not heard back from you.  Please let me know what is going on.  Thanks.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

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On Tue, Feb 28, 2017 at 3:56 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

Did you talk with Quicken or can you just submit payment without talking to them?

 

Please let me know.  I am really getting a lot of pressure on my end.

 

Thanks.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

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On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 2:06 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

Here is the invoice that was generated back in December.

 

Please advise as soon as possible.  Thanks.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

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On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 1:03 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Great.  Let me know as soon as possible.  I will send you the invoice for the balance once you confirm.

 

Thanks!

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

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On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 1:01 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Ok, gotcha. My wife and I received a check this week. We weren’t clear what it was for. They don’t have Quicken named on this check like they have in the past, so we may just be able

To sign it over to you. I’ll call Quicken for advise.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Feb 22, 2017, at 12:42 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

You misunderstood my email.

 

They told me that you were sent the balance of the claim on February 9.  You should have the amount and you will be submit that to Quicken (mortgage company) for signatures.

 

I am not sure about the exact balance but it is about $115k.

 

Thanks.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 12:39 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I haven’t been able to get a response from her either. This has become more and more trying. I will reach out to her again. I will also touch bases with Justin to see if he has updates. As an aside. Have you been paid for the majority of the Pool-house? How much is left on your balance? I want to see if Farmers will make out a check for your balance.

 

Jamil

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On Feb 18, 2017, at 9:11 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

How are you doing?  I have not heard back from you since the last time you and I discussed reaching Tara.  I have also not heard from Tara.  I sent her an email about 10 days ago regarding our position.

 

Do you have any information you can provide me at this time to update me on the status of the foundation, permits, work, delivery, etc.?

 

Let me know please.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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Re: Pool Enclosure Foundation…

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  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Mar 8, 2017 at 3:09 PM

Jamil-

 

I still have not heard back from you.  Please let me know what is going on.  Thanks.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Tue, Feb 28, 2017 at 3:56 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

Did you talk with Quicken or can you just submit payment without talking to them?

 

Please let me know.  I am really getting a lot of pressure on my end.

 

Thanks.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 2:06 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

Here is the invoice that was generated back in December.

 

Please advise as soon as possible.  Thanks.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 1:03 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Great.  Let me know as soon as possible.  I will send you the invoice for the balance once you confirm.

 

Thanks!

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 1:01 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Ok, gotcha. My wife and I received a check this week. We weren’t clear what it was for. They don’t have Quicken named on this check like they have in the past, so we may just be able

To sign it over to you. I’ll call Quicken for advise.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Feb 22, 2017, at 12:42 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

You misunderstood my email.

 

They told me that you were sent the balance of the claim on February 9.  You should have the amount and you will be submit that to Quicken (mortgage company) for signatures.

 

I am not sure about the exact balance but it is about $115k.

 

Thanks.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 12:39 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I haven’t been able to get a response from her either. This has become more and more trying. I will reach out to her again. I will also touch bases with Justin to see if he has updates. As an aside. Have you been paid for the majority of the Pool-house? How much is left on your balance? I want to see if Farmers will make out a check for your balance.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Feb 18, 2017, at 9:11 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

How are you doing?  I have not heard back from you since the last time you and I discussed reaching Tara.  I have also not heard from Tara.  I sent her an email about 10 days ago regarding our position.

 

Do you have any information you can provide me at this time to update me on the status of the foundation, permits, work, delivery, etc.?

 

Let me know please.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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Re: Pool Enclosure Foundation…

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Feb 28, 2017 at 3:56 PM

Hi Jamil-

 

Did you talk with Quicken or can you just submit payment without talking to them?

 

Please let me know.  I am really getting a lot of pressure on my end.

 

Thanks.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 2:06 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

Here is the invoice that was generated back in December.

 

Please advise as soon as possible.  Thanks.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 1:03 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Great.  Let me know as soon as possible.  I will send you the invoice for the balance once you confirm.

 

Thanks!

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 1:01 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Ok, gotcha. My wife and I received a check this week. We weren’t clear what it was for. They don’t have Quicken named on this check like they have in the past, so we may just be able

To sign it over to you. I’ll call Quicken for advise.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Feb 22, 2017, at 12:42 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

You misunderstood my email.

 

They told me that you were sent the balance of the claim on February 9.  You should have the amount and you will be submit that to Quicken (mortgage company) for signatures.

 

I am not sure about the exact balance but it is about $115k.

 

Thanks.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 12:39 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I haven’t been able to get a response from her either. This has become more and more trying. I will reach out to her again. I will also touch bases with Justin to see if he has updates. As an aside. Have you been paid for the majority of the Pool-house? How much is left on your balance? I want to see if Farmers will make out a check for your balance.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Feb 18, 2017, at 9:11 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

How are you doing?  I have not heard back from you since the last time you and I discussed reaching Tara.  I have also not heard from Tara.  I sent her an email about 10 days ago regarding our position.

 

Do you have any information you can provide me at this time to update me on the status of the foundation, permits, work, delivery, etc.?

 

Let me know please.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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Re: Pool Enclosure Foundation…

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Feb 22, 2017 at 2:06 PM

Jamil-

 

Here is the invoice that was generated back in December.

 

Please advise as soon as possible.  Thanks.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 1:03 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Great.  Let me know as soon as possible.  I will send you the invoice for the balance once you confirm.

 

Thanks!

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 1:01 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Ok, gotcha. My wife and I received a check this week. We weren’t clear what it was for. They don’t have Quicken named on this check like they have in the past, so we may just be able

To sign it over to you. I’ll call Quicken for advise.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Feb 22, 2017, at 12:42 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

You misunderstood my email.

 

They told me that you were sent the balance of the claim on February 9.  You should have the amount and you will be submit that to Quicken (mortgage company) for signatures.

 

I am not sure about the exact balance but it is about $115k.

 

Thanks.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 12:39 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I haven’t been able to get a response from her either. This has become more and more trying. I will reach out to her again. I will also touch bases with Justin to see if he has updates. As an aside. Have you been paid for the majority of the Pool-house? How much is left on your balance? I want to see if Farmers will make out a check for your balance.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Feb 18, 2017, at 9:11 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

How are you doing?  I have not heard back from you since the last time you and I discussed reaching Tara.  I have also not heard from Tara.  I sent her an email about 10 days ago regarding our position.

 

Do you have any information you can provide me at this time to update me on the status of the foundation, permits, work, delivery, etc.?

 

Let me know please.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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Re: Pool Enclosure Foundation…

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

Feb 22, 2017 at 1:01 PM

Ok, gotcha. My wife and I received a check this week. We weren’t clear what it was for. They don’t have Quicken named on this check like they have in the past, so we may just be able

To sign it over to you. I’ll call Quicken for advise.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Feb 22, 2017, at 12:42 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

You misunderstood my email.

 

They told me that you were sent the balance of the claim on February 9.  You should have the amount and you will be submit that to Quicken (mortgage company) for signatures.

 

I am not sure about the exact balance but it is about $115k.

 

Thanks.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 12:39 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I haven’t been able to get a response from her either. This has become more and more trying. I will reach out to her again. I will also touch bases with Justin to see if he has updates. As an aside. Have you been paid for the majority of the Pool-house? How much is left on your balance? I want to see if Farmers will make out a check for your balance.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Feb 18, 2017, at 9:11 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

How are you doing?  I have not heard back from you since the last time you and I discussed reaching Tara.  I have also not heard from Tara.  I sent her an email about 10 days ago regarding our position.

 

Do you have any information you can provide me at this time to update me on the status of the foundation, permits, work, delivery, etc.?

 

Let me know please.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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Re: Pool Enclosure Foundation…

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

Feb 22, 2017 at 12:39 PM

I haven’t been able to get a response from her either. This has become more and more trying. I will reach out to her again. I will also touch bases with Justin to see if he has updates. As an aside. Have you been paid for the majority of the Pool-house? How much is left on your balance? I want to see if Farmers will make out a check for your balance.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Feb 18, 2017, at 9:11 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

How are you doing?  I have not heard back from you since the last time you and I discussed reaching Tara.  I have also not heard from Tara.  I sent her an email about 10 days ago regarding our position.

 

Do you have any information you can provide me at this time to update me on the status of the foundation, permits, work, delivery, etc.?

 

Let me know please.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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Fwd: Pool House Supplies

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Tara Stanley

Cc:Justin EverlastRenovation

Bcc:Cihan Ozdemir

Feb 8, 2017 at 9:02 AM

Good morning Tara, I am emailing again to find out about what we can due to get DynaDome paid for the remainder of the structure (see my email below). Additionally, can we look into whether or not it is possible to modify the existing concrete foundation (as had been mentioned earlier) rather than totally redoing it? This could speed up the process somewhat and make it possible for DynaDome to deliver  the structure sooner.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

Begin forwarded message:

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Date: February 8, 2017 at 8:42:00 AM CST
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Subject: Re: Pool House Supplies

Jamil-

 

Have you heard back from Tara at all?  I have other projects that require the space on the truck, floor and our suppliers have been holding material for this project also.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Mon, Jan 30, 2017 at 5:44 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I sent the initial email 1/17 (see below). I will resend it to Tara again.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

Begin forwarded message:

From: Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Date: January 17, 2017 at 10:39:13 AM CST
To: Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@ farmersinsurance.com>,  Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Subject: Pool House Supplies
Reply-To: Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

Hello Tara, I hope that all is well and that you had a healthy and happy New Year. I am e-mailing for two reasons. Firstly, Cihan from DynaDome recently reached out to me to find out what can be done to pay the remainder of what is due for the Pool House structure? DynaDome apparently has paid for the structure in full and has therefore taken a loss up on the structure to this point. They are also storing the structure for us for free since the site is not ready for building. He has said that DynaDome will not charge us to continue storing the structure (though they normally would), simply because of the unique circumstances. Can we make arrangements to make the final payment for the structure though?

 

Lastly, I was unable to figure out how to complete what I needed to complete online to get the check for the water damage to the Pool House bathroom. Is Farmers able to just send a check instead? I couldn’t figure out how to do things online. Thanks

 

Jamil

 

 

Re: Pool House Supplies

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

Feb 8, 2017 at 8:58 AM

No I haven’t. I’m forwarding this email to her again.

Sent from my iPhone

On Feb 8, 2017, at 8:42 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

Have you heard back from Tara at all?  I have other projects that require the space on the truck, floor and our suppliers have been holding material for this project also.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Mon, Jan 30, 2017 at 5:44 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I sent the initial email 1/17 (see below). I will resend it to Tara again.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

Begin forwarded message:

From: Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Date: January 17, 2017 at 10:39:13 AM CST
To: Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@ farmersinsurance.com>,  Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Subject: Pool House Supplies
Reply-To: Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

Hello Tara, I hope that all is well and that you had a healthy and happy New Year. I am e-mailing for two reasons. Firstly, Cihan from DynaDome recently reached out to me to find out what can be done to pay the remainder of what is due for the Pool House structure? DynaDome apparently has paid for the structure in full and has therefore taken a loss up on the structure to this point. They are also storing the structure for us for free since the site is not ready for building. He has said that DynaDome will not charge us to continue storing the structure (though they normally would), simply because of the unique circumstances. Can we make arrangements to make the final payment for the structure though?

 

Lastly, I was unable to figure out how to complete what I needed to complete online to get the check for the water damage to the Pool House bathroom. Is Farmers able to just send a check instead? I couldn’t figure out how to do things online. Thanks

 

Jamil

 

 

Re: Pool House Supplies

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Feb 8, 2017 at 8:42 AM

Jamil-

 

Have you heard back from Tara at all?  I have other projects that require the space on the truck, floor and our suppliers have been holding material for this project also.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Mon, Jan 30, 2017 at 5:44 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I sent the initial email 1/17 (see below). I will resend it to Tara again.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

Begin forwarded message:

From: Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Date: January 17, 2017 at 10:39:13 AM CST
To: Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@ farmersinsurance.com>,  Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Subject: Pool House Supplies
Reply-To: Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

Hello Tara, I hope that all is well and that you had a healthy and happy New Year. I am e-mailing for two reasons. Firstly, Cihan from DynaDome recently reached out to me to find out what can be done to pay the remainder of what is due for the Pool House structure? DynaDome apparently has paid for the structure in full and has therefore taken a loss up on the structure to this point. They are also storing the structure for us for free since the site is not ready for building. He has said that DynaDome will not charge us to continue storing the structure (though they normally would), simply because of the unique circumstances. Can we make arrangements to make the final payment for the structure though?

 

Lastly, I was unable to figure out how to complete what I needed to complete online to get the check for the water damage to the Pool House bathroom. Is Farmers able to just send a check instead? I couldn’t figure out how to do things online. Thanks

 

Jamil

 

 

signature/ payment needed

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Justin EverlastRenovation<justin@everlastrenovation.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Jan 31, 2017 at 10:07 AM

I have not received any payment from quicken to date. I cannot find out the status of the down payment until I am authorized to in writing to discuss the project. Please let me know the status of the down payment or sign this letter and return to quicken loans so I can check the status of the payments.

 

Thank you.

Justin Cagle &

Everlast Renovation Co.

poolhouse – quicken discussion letter.pdf

141.6kB

 

 

Re: Fwd: Pool House Supplies

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Jan 30, 2017 at 5:50 PM

Thanks!

Kind regards,

Cihan Ozdemir
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

On Jan 30, 2017 5:44 PM, “Yahoo Account” <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I sent the initial email 1/17 (see below). I will resend it to Tara again.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

Begin forwarded message:

From: Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Date: January 17, 2017 at 10:39:13 AM CST
To: Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@ farmersinsurance.com>,  Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Subject: Pool House Supplies
Reply-To: Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

Hello Tara, I hope that all is well and that you had a healthy and happy New Year. I am e-mailing for two reasons. Firstly, Cihan from DynaDome recently reached out to me to find out what can be done to pay the remainder of what is due for the Pool House structure? DynaDome apparently has paid for the structure in full and has therefore taken a loss up on the structure to this point. They are also storing the structure for us for free since the site is not ready for building. He has said that DynaDome will not charge us to continue storing the structure (though they normally would), simply because of the unique circumstances. Can we make arrangements to make the final payment for the structure though?

 

Lastly, I was unable to figure out how to complete what I needed to complete online to get the check for the water damage to the Pool House bathroom. Is Farmers able to just send a check instead? I couldn’t figure out how to do things online. Thanks

 

Jamil

 

Fwd: Pool House Supplies

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

Jan 30, 2017 at 5:44 PM

I sent the initial email 1/17 (see below). I will resend it to Tara again.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

Begin forwarded message:

From: Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Date: January 17, 2017 at 10:39:13 AM CST
To: Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>,  Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Subject: Pool House Supplies
Reply-To: Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

Hello Tara, I hope that all is well and that you had a healthy and happy New Year. I am e-mailing for two reasons. Firstly, Cihan from DynaDome recently reached out to me to find out what can be done to pay the remainder of what is due for the Pool House structure? DynaDome apparently has paid for the structure in full and has therefore taken a loss up on the structure to this point. They are also storing the structure for us for free since the site is not ready for building. He has said that DynaDome will not charge us to continue storing the structure (though they normally would), simply because of the unique circumstances. Can we make arrangements to make the final payment for the structure though?

 

Lastly, I was unable to figure out how to complete what I needed to complete online to get the check for the water damage to the Pool House bathroom. Is Farmers able to just send a check instead? I couldn’t figure out how to do things online. Thanks

 

Jamil

 

Keith Daly, Chief Claims Officer, wants to hear about your recent claim experience (Claim # 3007705581)

Yahoo/Inbox

  • survey@farmersinsurance.com

To:DRJAMIL1976@YAHOO.COM

Jan 17, 2017 at 2:39 PM

Dear Jamil,

Thank you for trusting Farmers with your insurance needs. We are committed to providing top quality claims service to each customer we are privileged to serve. We can’t do that without listening to our customers.

Did you receive the excellent service you deserve? I’d like to hear from you. Please take a moment to tell me about your recent claims experience.

You can do so by clicking here, or by pasting this URL in your web browser:

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Thank you for choosing Farmers and thank you for your feedback.

Sincerely,

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chiefclaimsofficer@farmersinsurance.com

 

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Pool House Supplies

Yahoo/Sent

  • Jamil Abdur-Rahman<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Tara Stanley,Cihan Ozdemir

Jan 17, 2017 at 10:39 AM

Hello Tara, I hope that all is well and that you had a healthy and happy New Year. I am e-mailing for two reasons. Firstly, Cihan from DynaDome recently reached out to me to find out what can be done to pay the remainder of what is due for the Pool House structure? DynaDome apparently has paid for the structure in full and has therefore taken a loss up on the structure to this point. They are also storing the structure for us for free since the site is not ready for building. He has said that DynaDome will not charge us to continue storing the structure (though they normally would), simply because of the unique circumstances. Can we make arrangements to make the final payment for the structure though?

 

Lastly, I was unable to figure out how to complete what I needed to complete online to get the check for the water damage to the Pool House bathroom. Is Farmers able to just send a check instead? I couldn’t figure out how to do things online. Thanks

 

Jamil

 

Farmers Insurance Claim Number: 3007705581-1

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To:drjamil1976@yahoo.com

Jan 3, 2017 at 10:10 AM

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  • Austin Stanley<austin.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>

To:DRJAMIL1976@YAHOO.COM

Dec 27, 2016 at 12:46 PM

Dr. Abdur-Rahman,

 

Per our discussion last week, I have attached a copy of the estimate prepared and provided to us by Everlast Renovation Company. Our payments to date and estimate for the repairs have been based off of the estimate provided to us by Everlast. We allowed for the description of work as specified by Everlast. We allowed 20% overhead and profit for the job as they requested. However, we did not allow 20% overhead and profit for the actual structure as the materials were ordered directly from Dynadome and are only being assembled by Everlast. Overhead and profit was estimated for all work being completed by Everlast accordingly.

 

Please note the following operations which were listed within the description of work to be performed by Everlast which should have protected your property from additional damage. Our estimate and payment was based off of their scope and we assumed this work would be completed accordingly.

 

  • Build subfloor and floor protection installation
  • Erect scaffold over and around the in ground pool
  • Protect surrounding areas and structures
  • Waterproof the construction area between demolition of old structure and installation of the new enclosure

 

To recap, our estimate / payments to date are as follows:

 

$151,565.00 – DynaDome Pool Enclosure

$65,766.34 – For the description of work provided by Everlast

Dumpster paid once incurred $ 2,856.00

Code upgrade for concrete work paid once incurred: Pending final invoice from Everlast once complete

 

Total replacement cost value estimated to date: $217,331.34

Less depreciation, recoverable once work is complete: $99,134.02

Less Deductible: $1,000.00

Total amount of payments issued to date: $117,197.32

 

Please let me know if you have additional questions at this time.

 

Thank you,

​​​​​

_________________________
Austin Stanley AINS, AIS

Field Claims Supervisor

Farmers Insurance Exchange
PO Box 268994

Oklahoma  City, OK 73126
Cell: (630) 390-4434
Fax: (877) 217-1389
Email: austin.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

 

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  • <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

Dec 22, 2016 at 8:01 AM

I know Cihan….I appreciate all that you’ve done! I judged wanted everyone involved to be included in the email. Thanks.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Dec 22, 2016, at 8:00 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

We have been ready to deliver the enclosure for quite some time.  We will do whatever we can to help.  I’m sorry to hear about the pipes.

 

Hopefully within the next few weeks the concrete can be poured and the enclosure can be delivered.  I defer to Justin and Michael regarding the approvals and site work.

 

Stay warm.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Wed, Dec 21, 2016 at 11:44 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Much like I said would happen, the weather cooled below freezing and then warmed above freezing. With the freeze/thaw cycle surprise surprise, the pipes behind the poolhouse bathroom have burst. The bathroom there has flooded! Additionally the water has run out of the bathroom and into the pool. Clearly that has raised the pool’s water levels. With that the Skimmers are now at risk for major damage and the concrete surrounding the pool was no doubt frozen and then thawed with water in it. This has turned into a complete and utter shit show. Farmers attempts to save a nickel on the foundation work when DynaDomes documents clearly stated that the foundation work was needed as part of County code will now cost it a dime! More importantly though our house is getting more and more unlivable by the day and now we have no water. Michael, Justin, Cihan, it’s time to roll on this job. Farmers needs to cut the check for the foundation work, get up a temporary temperature controlled enclosure around the pool and get this job done. My house is cold! My house isn’t secure! We have no water!

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

 

 

Fwd: Pipes Have Burst!!!

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:joshua.sanders@farmersinsurance.com

Dec 21, 2016 at 11:46 PM

Sent from my iPhone

Begin forwarded message:

From: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Date: December 21, 2016 at 11:44:30 PM CST
To: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>, “michael.erwin@farmersinsurance.com” <michael.erwin@farmersinsurance.com>
Subject: Pipes Have Burst!!!

Much like I said would happen, the weather cooled below freezing and then warmed above freezing. With the freeze/thaw cycle surprise surprise, the pipes behind the poolhouse bathroom have burst. The bathroom there has flooded! Additionally the water has run out of the bathroom and into the pool. Clearly that has raised the pool’s water levels. With that the Skimmers are now at risk for major damage and the concrete surrounding the pool was no doubt frozen and then thawed with water in it. This has turned into a complete and utter shit show. Farmers attempts to save a nickel on the foundation work when DynaDomes documents clearly stated that the foundation work was needed as part of County code will now cost it a dime! More importantly though our house is getting more and more unlivable by the day and now we have no water. Michael, Justin, Cihan, it’s time to roll on this job. Farmers needs to cut the check for the foundation work, get up a temporary temperature controlled enclosure around the pool and get this job done. My house is cold! My house isn’t secure! We have no water!

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

 

Pipes Have Burst!!!

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Justin EverlastRenovation,Cihan Ozdemir,michael.erwin@farmersinsurance.com

Dec 21, 2016 at 11:44 PM

Much like I said would happen, the weather cooled below freezing and then warmed above freezing. With the freeze/thaw cycle surprise surprise, the pipes behind the poolhouse bathroom have burst. The bathroom there has flooded! Additionally the water has run out of the bathroom and into the pool. Clearly that has raised the pool’s water levels. With that the Skimmers are now at risk for major damage and the concrete surrounding the pool was no doubt frozen and then thawed with water in it. This has turned into a complete and utter shit show. Farmers attempts to save a nickel on the foundation work when DynaDomes documents clearly stated that the foundation work was needed as part of County code will now cost it a dime! More importantly though our house is getting more and more unlivable by the day and now we have no water. Michael, Justin, Cihan, it’s time to roll on this job. Farmers needs to cut the check for the foundation work, get up a temporary temperature controlled enclosure around the pool and get this job done. My house is cold! My house isn’t secure! We have no water!

 

Jamil

 

Sent from my iPhone

Fwd: Foundation Requirements

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:michael.erwin

Cc:Yahoo Account

Dec 7, 2016 at 1:20 PM

Hi Mike-

 

Please see the email from the Lake County Planning & Building.

 

Let me know as soon as possible if there are any reservations regarding the content of the email as it relates to having the funds approved by Farmers.  It should be clear from their email that the foundation is required in order to comply with code.

 

Talk to you soon.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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———- Forwarded message ———-
From: Donev, Ieva <IDonev@lakecountyil.gov>
Date: Wed, Dec 7, 2016 at 1:17 PM
Subject: Foundation Requirements
To: “ozdemir@dynadome.com” <ozdemir@dynadome.com>

Date: 12/07/2016

 

Permit Review comments:

Foundation requirements for project located : 24700 W. Indian Trail Rd. Barrington, IL.

 

All projects , which are under Unincorporated Lake County jurisdiction, must comply with 2012 International Residential Code. The extent of applicability is described in chapter 3 , section R301:

When a building of otherwise conventional construction contains structural elements exceeding the limits of Section R301 or otherwise not conforming to this code, these elements shall be designed in accordance with accepted engineering practice, R301.1.3 Engineered design.

 

The submitted construction documents for the referenced project are signed and sealed by a licensed design professional in the state of Illinois and will be accepted in conjunction with your permit application.  In order for your permit application to be approved, and for final certificate of occupancy to be issued at the end of the project, the engineer’s specification noted on the drawings must be followed in order to comply with the building code in Unincorporated Lake County’s jurisdiction.

 

If you have any questions concerning the above comments, please call our office and request to speak to a plan reviewer.

 

Thank you,

Eva Donev

 

Eva Donev

Plan Reviewer

Planning, Building & Development Department

500 W. Winchester Road

Libertyville, IL 60048-1331

Tel 847-377-7610 Fax 847-984-5851

IDonev@lakecountyil.gov

 

 

 

 

poolhouse foundation denial

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Justin EverlastRenovation<justin@everlastrenovation.com>

To:michael.erwin@farmersinsurance.com,Yahoo Account

Dec 5, 2016 at 1:40 PM

Dr. Jamil and Ruby Abdur Rahman

24700 W. Indian Tr. Rd.

Barrington IL. 60010

Claim # 3004204236

 

Dr. Jamil I wrote this letter to submit to the department of insurance for review while we attempt to get a letter from the building department stating that it is building code to comply with the engineers plans to assemble the structure. Due to this structure being the only possible solution to repair the damaged property it must be included in the repair cost to repair the property damage incurred.

 

Michael please provide in writing the reason for the denial.

As a courtesy I have submitted this letter to you for Farmers to review before we officially submit this letter to the dep. of insurance.

 

poolhouse Dep. of insurance letter.pdf

361.6kB

 

 

RE: Issues

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Michael Erwin<michael.erwin@farmersinsurance.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Dec 5, 2016 at 11:46 AM

Works for me.

Michael R. Erwin
Special Field Claims Representative
Farmers Insurance Exchange
PO BOX 268994
Oklahoma City, Ok 73126-8994
Cell 630.631.2153
Fax 877.217.1389
michael.erwin@farmersinsurance.com
www.farmers.com

 

From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] Sent: Monday, December 05, 2016 11:38 AM
To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Cc: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>; Michael Erwin <michael.erwin@farmersinsurance.com>
Subject: Re: Issues

 

Can we all plan for 2PM CST? Ill email everyone with details on the number to call.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Dec 5, 2016, at 10:33 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

I will be available all day until 3.30pm CST where I will be in meetings for the rest of the day.

 

The best phone number to call in is 219.663.2920.

 

Regarding the concrete, we could not have known for sure that the existing foundation was not adequate without the engineering being done.  Based on experience we provided a guess that the existing foundation would be ok, but never guaranteed or otherwise promised that the foundation would be fine.  It is simply irresponsible to provide that type of assurance without knowing the fact which is why we never provide that level of assurance.  Only assumptions can be made without the full engineering being complete.

 

One fact that never occurred to me until all of this discussion was brought up is the fact of whether or not the existing foundation was sufficiently designed or not.  There are no drawings for the existing concrete.  Thus, even if the size of the concrete wall were the same, we still would not able to qualify the foundation wall or build on top of it since we couldn’t know how deep the wall goes (frost line, etc.), how much steel if any existed in the wall, or if the design of the wall was even sufficient to begin with.  The fact that the exterior slab support is eroding away only suggests that possibly the wall or support of the wall may also be questionable.

 

Please let me know what time you would like to have the phone conference.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Mon, Dec 5, 2016 at 8:13 AM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

 

—– Forwarded Message —–
From: Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>; Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>
Sent: Monday, December 5, 2016 7:59 AM
Subject: Issues

 

Good Morning Gentleman, I’m really concerned about how things are not progressing and what feels to me at times like a lack of urgency and attention to detail. I’m hoping that we can have a conference call today involving us 3 and the Farmers Adjuster assigned to our case. I will quickly list the concerns that I’d like to cover in the call.

 

  1. Cihan, I’ve asked multiple times now why we were unaware of the need for the concrete work now deemed necessary until after the old pool house structure was removed? Before the old pool house was removed people came out from DynaDome, surveyed the area and took the measurements used to ultimately order the new structure. Surely with those measurements you all knew what the dimensions and particulars of the new structure would be. Particulars including the structures weight. So the questions that I’ve asked multiple times without receiving an answer is how is it possible that we didn’t realize that the current concrete slab in place wouldn’t be adequate enough to support the new pool house until after the old structure was removed? What did we learn after the old structure was removed that we couldn’t have known before it was removed?

 

  1. Safe Concerns: As you all know, we have a two-sided fire place that once opened to our Bar Room and the Pool House. Now it just opens to the outside. This is a major safety concern. Animals and people can easily use that two-sided fire place to enter our home. Additionally, our young children and animals can use it to exit the home. The safety implications here are clear, so I don’t feel the need to detail them further.

 

  1. Quality of Living Concerns: Our house is cold and getting colder as the outside temperatures fall. Cold air is rushing in through the abovementioned two-sided fireplace, and this is causing our entire first floor to feel very cold. Additionally, I do not believe that the wall in between what was previously the Pool house and our Bedroom/Office, etc was not insulated to protect against outside temperatures as that wall previously did not abut the outside. As a result, again the rooms upstairs that previously were adjacent to the Pool House are colder than normal. Not only is the a major quality of life issue, but it also is going to raise our gas bill tremendously. This is obviously going to create an additional liability for us that needs to be proactively addressed.

 

  1. Pool Skimmers: We’ve finally closed the pool and hopefully this will protect against any further structural damage. We did however already notice a crack in the concrete that was not there previously. I suspect that there are more as a result of the exposure to the precipitation and the cyclical freezing and thawing, but we will assess that later. Right now, another concern is the pool’s skimmers. The Gentleman who closed the pool stated that he has concerns about water levels rising as rain and snow fall. If levels rise above the skimmers they can break apparently. While I know Justin you mentioned to Rubi that you guys will periodically drain the pool to prevent this, the reality is that no one is out to the site that often, and when the water is frozen it will be impossible to drain anyway. So I am concerned that the skimmers will be shot.

 

  1. The Utility Room: The Utility Room adjacent to the pool has suffering major damage. Exposure to the weather has caused the ceiling to collapse. This means that the pool heater and the furnace housed in the room are exposed to precipitation and temperature extremes. Undoubtedly they are useless at this point.

 

  1. The Bathroom: The Pool house’s bathroom is exposed to temperature extremes. No one ever took measures to protect that bathroom (i.e. shutting off it’s water supply), so I suspect that there may ultimately be plumbing damage to that room as well.

 

  1. Pool House Heating/Cooling Vents: The heating and cooling vents of the pool room have been exposed to water. The grates are obviously rusty now and I know that they will be replaced. But where did that water go? The vents also have to be water damaged as well, and I wonder how we can accurately assess them? They run under the Pool House’s concrete flooring, so what will we do to ensure that they are not damaged?

 

  1. Timeline: We were initially told that this entire project would be done before the first freeze. Then we were told that it would be done by the beginning of December. Now Rubi tells me that some mention has made of this being done “by Spring time”. That won’t work for all of the reasons that I’ve noted above. So what steps need to be taken to get a temporary (temperature controlled) structure put up around the pool house area? A structure like this will prevent further damage to our home. It will allow us to keep our home warm and secure. It will also prevent weather (i.e. snow, cold, etc) standing in the way of completing this project ASAP.Jamil

 

P.S. What are the best numbers to reach everyone on?

 

 

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  • Justin EverlastRenovation<justin@everlastrenovation.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Dec 5, 2016 at 11:40 AM

I just spoke with Farmers and they again are saying that the foundation work will likely still not be done included unless it is required by a building code. We will need to be ready to submit for the permit application before the building dep. would be able to provide such a letter. I recommend that we submit our situation to the department of insurance as the first step of trying to dispute this ruling while the preparations are being completed to be ready to apply for the permit.(mainly waiting on the plot of survey to be completed, I still need your property boundary letter for that) Due to your situation I would be willing to not include any profit in the concrete work if Farmers tries to make you pay for the foundation work if it comes to that. I think if I were in your situation I would be considering getting ruling from the department of insurance and possible legal action against farmers.(and possibly dynadome in all honesty) please let me know for sure how you would like to proceed. I in the meantime will continue the permit process but at some point I will need to confirm how this foundation is going to be paid for. I think my cost before profit was around 18kish.

Please let me know if there is anything else I can do.

Thanks

Justin

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On Dec 5, 2016, at 9:50 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I understand Justin. Basically Cihan dropped the ball when it came to the foundation and he needs to own that.

 

Jamil

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On Dec 5, 2016, at 9:39 AM, Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com> wrote:

Justin cagle 847-863-0927

Ivan Gonzalez  847-237-0207

 

Hi Jamil.

I will start trying to address the concerns of your last e mail and getting the area as winterized as possible.

I have been ready to complete this project as planned. The delay in this project is obviously due to the surprise foundation work required to build the new structure. I have had a concrete contractor ready to start the required foundation work for approximately a month however I have not started yet due to Farmers delay in approving the funds for the required work. This additional work also now requires a plot of survey, additional permits etc. that have already been applied for. I was originally told the existing foundation would not be involved in this project then I was verbally told by dynadome that the new foundation needed to be 12″. It actually needs to be 21″ which is a drastic change and clearly should have been known before the structure was demolished. I will have more temporary steps taken to winterize the area this week, but there will be some limitations to what all can be reasonably done. This area was not expected to be exposed any longer then it took to manufacture the structure. Please feel free to call me anything to discuss any of your concerns. I can be available to discuss this issue with you and or Farmers at any time.

Thanks.

Justin Cagle &

Everlast renovation co.

Sent from my iPhone

On Dec 5, 2016, at 8:13 AM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

 

—– Forwarded Message —–
From: Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>; Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>
Sent: Monday, December 5, 2016 7:59 AM
Subject: Issues

 

Good Morning Gentleman, I’m really concerned about how things are not progressing and what feels to me at times like a lack of urgency and attention to detail. I’m hoping that we can have a conference call today involving us 3 and the Farmers Adjuster assigned to our case. I will quickly list the concerns that I’d like to cover in the call.

 

  1. Cihan, I’ve asked multiple times now why we were unaware of the need for the concrete work now deemed necessary until after the old pool house structure was removed? Before the old pool house was removed people came out from DynaDome, surveyed the area and took the measurements used to ultimately order the new structure. Surely with those measurements you all knew what the dimensions and particulars of the new structure would be. Particulars including the structures weight. So the questions that I’ve asked multiple times without receiving an answer is how is it possible that we didn’t realize that the current concrete slab in place wouldn’t be adequate enough to support the new pool house until after the old structure was removed? What did we learn after the old structure was removed that we couldn’t have known before it was removed?

 

  1. Safe Concerns: As you all know, we have a two-sided fire place that once opened to our Bar Room and the Pool House. Now it just opens to the outside. This is a major safety concern. Animals and people can easily use that two-sided fire place to enter our home. Additionally, our young children and animals can use it to exit the home. The safety implications here are clear, so I don’t feel the need to detail them further.

 

  1. Quality of Living Concerns: Our house is cold and getting colder as the outside temperatures fall. Cold air is rushing in through the abovementioned two-sided fireplace, and this is causing our entire first floor to feel very cold. Additionally, I do not believe that the wall in between what was previously the Pool house and our Bedroom/Office, etc was not insulated to protect against outside temperatures as that wall previously did not abut the outside. As a result, again the rooms upstairs that previously were adjacent to the Pool House are colder than normal. Not only is the a major quality of life issue, but it also is going to raise our gas bill tremendously. This is obviously going to create an additional liability for us that needs to be proactively addressed.

 

  1. Pool Skimmers: We’ve finally closed the pool and hopefully this will protect against any further structural damage. We did however already notice a crack in the concrete that was not there previously. I suspect that there are more as a result of the exposure to the precipitation and the cyclical freezing and thawing, but we will assess that later. Right now, another concern is the pool’s skimmers. The Gentleman who closed the pool stated that he has concerns about water levels rising as rain and snow fall. If levels rise above the skimmers they can break apparently. While I know Justin you mentioned to Rubi that you guys will periodically drain the pool to prevent this, the reality is that no one is out to the site that often, and when the water is frozen it will be impossible to drain anyway. So I am concerned that the skimmers will be shot.

 

  1. The Utility Room: The Utility Room adjacent to the pool has suffering major damage. Exposure to the weather has caused the ceiling to collapse. This means that the pool heater and the furnace housed in the room are exposed to precipitation and temperature extremes. Undoubtedly they are useless at this point.

 

  1. The Bathroom: The Pool house’s bathroom is exposed to temperature extremes. No one ever took measures to protect that bathroom (i.e. shutting off it’s water supply), so I suspect that there may ultimately be plumbing damage to that room as well.

 

  1. Pool House Heating/Cooling Vents: The heating and cooling vents of the pool room have been exposed to water. The grates are obviously rusty now and I know that they will be replaced. But where did that water go? The vents also have to be water damaged as well, and I wonder how we can accurately assess them? They run under the Pool House’s concrete flooring, so what will we do to ensure that they are not damaged?

 

  1. Timeline: We were initially told that this entire project would be done before the first freeze. Then we were told that it would be done by the beginning of December. Now Rubi tells me that some mention has made of this being done “by Spring time”. That won’t work for all of the reasons that I’ve noted above. So what steps need to be taken to get a temporary (temperature controlled) structure put up around the pool house area? A structure like this will prevent further damage to our home. It will allow us to keep our home warm and secure. It will also prevent weather (i.e. snow, cold, etc) standing in the way of completing this project ASAP.Jamil

 

P.S. What are the best numbers to reach everyone on?

 

 

Re: Issues

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

Cc:Justin EverlastRenovation,michael.erwin@farmersinsurance.com

Dec 5, 2016 at 11:40 AM

Call-in number will be 515-739-1215. The access code will be 928313 and the Host Pin will be 4044. If anyone has issues text me 773-573-9676.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Dec 5, 2016, at 11:37 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Can we all plan for 2PM CST? Ill email everyone with details on the number to call.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Dec 5, 2016, at 10:33 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

I will be available all day until 3.30pm CST where I will be in meetings for the rest of the day.

 

The best phone number to call in is 219.663.2920.

 

Regarding the concrete, we could not have known for sure that the existing foundation was not adequate without the engineering being done.  Based on experience we provided a guess that the existing foundation would be ok, but never guaranteed or otherwise promised that the foundation would be fine.  It is simply irresponsible to provide that type of assurance without knowing the fact which is why we never provide that level of assurance.  Only assumptions can be made without the full engineering being complete.

 

One fact that never occurred to me until all of this discussion was brought up is the fact of whether or not the existing foundation was sufficiently designed or not.  There are no drawings for the existing concrete.  Thus, even if the size of the concrete wall were the same, we still would not able to qualify the foundation wall or build on top of it since we couldn’t know how deep the wall goes (frost line, etc.), how much steel if any existed in the wall, or if the design of the wall was even sufficient to begin with.  The fact that the exterior slab support is eroding away only suggests that possibly the wall or support of the wall may also be questionable.

 

Please let me know what time you would like to have the phone conference.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Mon, Dec 5, 2016 at 8:13 AM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

 

—– Forwarded Message —–
From: Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>; Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com >
Sent: Monday, December 5, 2016 7:59 AM
Subject: Issues

 

Good Morning Gentleman, I’m really concerned about how things are not progressing and what feels to me at times like a lack of urgency and attention to detail. I’m hoping that we can have a conference call today involving us 3 and the Farmers Adjuster assigned to our case. I will quickly list the concerns that I’d like to cover in the call.

 

  1. Cihan, I’ve asked multiple times now why we were unaware of the need for the concrete work now deemed necessary until after the old pool house structure was removed? Before the old pool house was removed people came out from DynaDome, surveyed the area and took the measurements used to ultimately order the new structure. Surely with those measurements you all knew what the dimensions and particulars of the new structure would be. Particulars including the structures weight. So the questions that I’ve asked multiple times without receiving an answer is how is it possible that we didn’t realize that the current concrete slab in place wouldn’t be adequate enough to support the new pool house until after the old structure was removed? What did we learn after the old structure was removed that we couldn’t have known before it was removed?

 

  1. Safe Concerns: As you all know, we have a two-sided fire place that once opened to our Bar Room and the Pool House. Now it just opens to the outside. This is a major safety concern. Animals and people can easily use that two-sided fire place to enter our home. Additionally, our young children and animals can use it to exit the home. The safety implications here are clear, so I don’t feel the need to detail them further.

 

  1. Quality of Living Concerns: Our house is cold and getting colder as the outside temperatures fall. Cold air is rushing in through the abovementioned two-sided fireplace, and this is causing our entire first floor to feel very cold. Additionally, I do not believe that the wall in between what was previously the Pool house and our Bedroom/Office, etc was not insulated to protect against outside temperatures as that wall previously did not abut the outside. As a result, again the rooms upstairs that previously were adjacent to the Pool House are colder than normal. Not only is the a major quality of life issue, but it also is going to raise our gas bill tremendously. This is obviously going to create an additional liability for us that needs to be proactively addressed.

 

  1. Pool Skimmers: We’ve finally closed the pool and hopefully this will protect against any further structural damage. We did however already notice a crack in the concrete that was not there previously. I suspect that there are more as a result of the exposure to the precipitation and the cyclical freezing and thawing, but we will assess that later. Right now, another concern is the pool’s skimmers. The Gentleman who closed the pool stated that he has concerns about water levels rising as rain and snow fall. If levels rise above the skimmers they can break apparently. While I know Justin you mentioned to Rubi that you guys will periodically drain the pool to prevent this, the reality is that no one is out to the site that often, and when the water is frozen it will be impossible to drain anyway. So I am concerned that the skimmers will be shot.

 

  1. The Utility Room: The Utility Room adjacent to the pool has suffering major damage. Exposure to the weather has caused the ceiling to collapse. This means that the pool heater and the furnace housed in the room are exposed to precipitation and temperature extremes. Undoubtedly they are useless at this point.

 

  1. The Bathroom: The Pool house’s bathroom is exposed to temperature extremes. No one ever took measures to protect that bathroom (i.e. shutting off it’s water supply), so I suspect that there may ultimately be plumbing damage to that room as well.

 

  1. Pool House Heating/Cooling Vents: The heating and cooling vents of the pool room have been exposed to water. The grates are obviously rusty now and I know that they will be replaced. But where did that water go? The vents also have to be water damaged as well, and I wonder how we can accurately assess them? They run under the Pool House’s concrete flooring, so what will we do to ensure that they are not damaged?

 

  1. Timeline: We were initially told that this entire project would be done before the first freeze. Then we were told that it would be done by the beginning of December. Now Rubi tells me that some mention has made of this being done “by Spring time”. That won’t work for all of the reasons that I’ve noted above. So what steps need to be taken to get a temporary (temperature controlled) structure put up around the pool house area? A structure like this will prevent further damage to our home. It will allow us to keep our home warm and secure. It will also prevent weather (i.e. snow, cold, etc) standing in the way of completing this project ASAP.Jamil

 

P.S. What are the best numbers to reach everyone on?

 

 

 

Re: Issues

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

Cc:Justin EverlastRenovation,michael.erwin@farmersinsurance.com

Dec 5, 2016 at 11:37 AM

Can we all plan for 2PM CST? Ill email everyone with details on the number to call.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Dec 5, 2016, at 10:33 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Jamil-

 

I will be available all day until 3.30pm CST where I will be in meetings for the rest of the day.

 

The best phone number to call in is 219.663.2920.

 

Regarding the concrete, we could not have known for sure that the existing foundation was not adequate without the engineering being done.  Based on experience we provided a guess that the existing foundation would be ok, but never guaranteed or otherwise promised that the foundation would be fine.  It is simply irresponsible to provide that type of assurance without knowing the fact which is why we never provide that level of assurance.  Only assumptions can be made without the full engineering being complete.

 

One fact that never occurred to me until all of this discussion was brought up is the fact of whether or not the existing foundation was sufficiently designed or not.  There are no drawings for the existing concrete.  Thus, even if the size of the concrete wall were the same, we still would not able to qualify the foundation wall or build on top of it since we couldn’t know how deep the wall goes (frost line, etc.), how much steel if any existed in the wall, or if the design of the wall was even sufficient to begin with.  The fact that the exterior slab support is eroding away only suggests that possibly the wall or support of the wall may also be questionable.

 

Please let me know what time you would like to have the phone conference.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential, proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated above. If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments. Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this message or any attachments by an individual or entity other than the intended recipient is prohibited.

 

On Mon, Dec 5, 2016 at 8:13 AM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

 

—– Forwarded Message —–
From: Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>; Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com >
Sent: Monday, December 5, 2016 7:59 AM
Subject: Issues

 

Good Morning Gentleman, I’m really concerned about how things are not progressing and what feels to me at times like a lack of urgency and attention to detail. I’m hoping that we can have a conference call today involving us 3 and the Farmers Adjuster assigned to our case. I will quickly list the concerns that I’d like to cover in the call.

 

  1. Cihan, I’ve asked multiple times now why we were unaware of the need for the concrete work now deemed necessary until after the old pool house structure was removed? Before the old pool house was removed people came out from DynaDome, surveyed the area and took the measurements used to ultimately order the new structure. Surely with those measurements you all knew what the dimensions and particulars of the new structure would be. Particulars including the structures weight. So the questions that I’ve asked multiple times without receiving an answer is how is it possible that we didn’t realize that the current concrete slab in place wouldn’t be adequate enough to support the new pool house until after the old structure was removed? What did we learn after the old structure was removed that we couldn’t have known before it was removed?

 

  1. Safe Concerns: As you all know, we have a two-sided fire place that once opened to our Bar Room and the Pool House. Now it just opens to the outside. This is a major safety concern. Animals and people can easily use that two-sided fire place to enter our home. Additionally, our young children and animals can use it to exit the home. The safety implications here are clear, so I don’t feel the need to detail them further.

 

  1. Quality of Living Concerns: Our house is cold and getting colder as the outside temperatures fall. Cold air is rushing in through the abovementioned two-sided fireplace, and this is causing our entire first floor to feel very cold. Additionally, I do not believe that the wall in between what was previously the Pool house and our Bedroom/Office, etc was not insulated to protect against outside temperatures as that wall previously did not abut the outside. As a result, again the rooms upstairs that previously were adjacent to the Pool House are colder than normal. Not only is the a major quality of life issue, but it also is going to raise our gas bill tremendously. This is obviously going to create an additional liability for us that needs to be proactively addressed.

 

  1. Pool Skimmers: We’ve finally closed the pool and hopefully this will protect against any further structural damage. We did however already notice a crack in the concrete that was not there previously. I suspect that there are more as a result of the exposure to the precipitation and the cyclical freezing and thawing, but we will assess that later. Right now, another concern is the pool’s skimmers. The Gentleman who closed the pool stated that he has concerns about water levels rising as rain and snow fall. If levels rise above the skimmers they can break apparently. While I know Justin you mentioned to Rubi that you guys will periodically drain the pool to prevent this, the reality is that no one is out to the site that often, and when the water is frozen it will be impossible to drain anyway. So I am concerned that the skimmers will be shot.

 

  1. The Utility Room: The Utility Room adjacent to the pool has suffering major damage. Exposure to the weather has caused the ceiling to collapse. This means that the pool heater and the furnace housed in the room are exposed to precipitation and temperature extremes. Undoubtedly they are useless at this point.

 

  1. The Bathroom: The Pool house’s bathroom is exposed to temperature extremes. No one ever took measures to protect that bathroom (i.e. shutting off it’s water supply), so I suspect that there may ultimately be plumbing damage to that room as well.

 

  1. Pool House Heating/Cooling Vents: The heating and cooling vents of the pool room have been exposed to water. The grates are obviously rusty now and I know that they will be replaced. But where did that water go? The vents also have to be water damaged as well, and I wonder how we can accurately assess them? They run under the Pool House’s concrete flooring, so what will we do to ensure that they are not damaged?

 

  1. Timeline: We were initially told that this entire project would be done before the first freeze. Then we were told that it would be done by the beginning of December. Now Rubi tells me that some mention has made of this being done “by Spring time”. That won’t work for all of the reasons that I’ve noted above. So what steps need to be taken to get a temporary (temperature controlled) structure put up around the pool house area? A structure like this will prevent further damage to our home. It will allow us to keep our home warm and secure. It will also prevent weather (i.e. snow, cold, etc) standing in the way of completing this project ASAP.Jamil

 

P.S. What are the best numbers to reach everyone on?

 

 

 

Re: Fw: Issues

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Jamil Abdur-Rahman

Cc:Justin EverlastRenovation,michael.erwin@farmersinsurance.com

Dec 5, 2016 at 10:33 AM

Hi Jamil-

 

I will be available all day until 3.30pm CST where I will be in meetings for the rest of the day.

 

The best phone number to call in is 219.663.2920.

 

Regarding the concrete, we could not have known for sure that the existing foundation was not adequate without the engineering being done.  Based on experience we provided a guess that the existing foundation would be ok, but never guaranteed or otherwise promised that the foundation would be fine.  It is simply irresponsible to provide that type of assurance without knowing the fact which is why we never provide that level of assurance.  Only assumptions can be made without the full engineering being complete.

 

One fact that never occurred to me until all of this discussion was brought up is the fact of whether or not the existing foundation was sufficiently designed or not.  There are no drawings for the existing concrete.  Thus, even if the size of the concrete wall were the same, we still would not able to qualify the foundation wall or build on top of it since we couldn’t know how deep the wall goes (frost line, etc.), how much steel if any existed in the wall, or if the design of the wall was even sufficient to begin with.  The fact that the exterior slab support is eroding away only suggests that possibly the wall or support of the wall may also be questionable.

 

Please let me know what time you would like to have the phone conference.  Thank you.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential, proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated above. If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments. Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this message or any attachments by an individual or entity other than the intended recipient is prohibited.

 

On Mon, Dec 5, 2016 at 8:13 AM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

 

—– Forwarded Message —–
From: Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>; Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>
Sent: Monday, December 5, 2016 7:59 AM
Subject: Issues

 

Good Morning Gentleman, I’m really concerned about how things are not progressing and what feels to me at times like a lack of urgency and attention to detail. I’m hoping that we can have a conference call today involving us 3 and the Farmers Adjuster assigned to our case. I will quickly list the concerns that I’d like to cover in the call.

 

  1. Cihan, I’ve asked multiple times now why we were unaware of the need for the concrete work now deemed necessary until after the old pool house structure was removed? Before the old pool house was removed people came out from DynaDome, surveyed the area and took the measurements used to ultimately order the new structure. Surely with those measurements you all knew what the dimensions and particulars of the new structure would be. Particulars including the structures weight. So the questions that I’ve asked multiple times without receiving an answer is how is it possible that we didn’t realize that the current concrete slab in place wouldn’t be adequate enough to support the new pool house until after the old structure was removed? What did we learn after the old structure was removed that we couldn’t have known before it was removed?

 

  1. Safe Concerns: As you all know, we have a two-sided fire place that once opened to our Bar Room and the Pool House. Now it just opens to the outside. This is a major safety concern. Animals and people can easily use that two-sided fire place to enter our home. Additionally, our young children and animals can use it to exit the home. The safety implications here are clear, so I don’t feel the need to detail them further.

 

  1. Quality of Living Concerns: Our house is cold and getting colder as the outside temperatures fall. Cold air is rushing in through the abovementioned two-sided fireplace, and this is causing our entire first floor to feel very cold. Additionally, I do not believe that the wall in between what was previously the Pool house and our Bedroom/Office, etc was not insulated to protect against outside temperatures as that wall previously did not abut the outside. As a result, again the rooms upstairs that previously were adjacent to the Pool House are colder than normal. Not only is the a major quality of life issue, but it also is going to raise our gas bill tremendously. This is obviously going to create an additional liability for us that needs to be proactively addressed.

 

  1. Pool Skimmers: We’ve finally closed the pool and hopefully this will protect against any further structural damage. We did however already notice a crack in the concrete that was not there previously. I suspect that there are more as a result of the exposure to the precipitation and the cyclical freezing and thawing, but we will assess that later. Right now, another concern is the pool’s skimmers. The Gentleman who closed the pool stated that he has concerns about water levels rising as rain and snow fall. If levels rise above the skimmers they can break apparently. While I know Justin you mentioned to Rubi that you guys will periodically drain the pool to prevent this, the reality is that no one is out to the site that often, and when the water is frozen it will be impossible to drain anyway. So I am concerned that the skimmers will be shot.

 

  1. The Utility Room: The Utility Room adjacent to the pool has suffering major damage. Exposure to the weather has caused the ceiling to collapse. This means that the pool heater and the furnace housed in the room are exposed to precipitation and temperature extremes. Undoubtedly they are useless at this point.

 

  1. The Bathroom: The Pool house’s bathroom is exposed to temperature extremes. No one ever took measures to protect that bathroom (i.e. shutting off it’s water supply), so I suspect that there may ultimately be plumbing damage to that room as well.

 

  1. Pool House Heating/Cooling Vents: The heating and cooling vents of the pool room have been exposed to water. The grates are obviously rusty now and I know that they will be replaced. But where did that water go? The vents also have to be water damaged as well, and I wonder how we can accurately assess them? They run under the Pool House’s concrete flooring, so what will we do to ensure that they are not damaged?

 

  1. Timeline: We were initially told that this entire project would be done before the first freeze. Then we were told that it would be done by the beginning of December. Now Rubi tells me that some mention has made of this being done “by Spring time”. That won’t work for all of the reasons that I’ve noted above. So what steps need to be taken to get a temporary (temperature controlled) structure put up around the pool house area? A structure like this will prevent further damage to our home. It will allow us to keep our home warm and secure. It will also prevent weather (i.e. snow, cold, etc) standing in the way of completing this project ASAP.Jamil

 

P.S. What are the best numbers to reach everyone on?

 

 

Re: Issues

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Justin EverlastRenovation

Dec 5, 2016 at 9:50 AM

I understand Justin. Basically Cihan dropped the ball when it came to the foundation and he needs to own that.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Dec 5, 2016, at 9:39 AM, Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com> wrote:

Justin cagle 847-863-0927

Ivan Gonzalez  847-237-0207

 

Hi Jamil.

I will start trying to address the concerns of your last e mail and getting the area as winterized as possible.

I have been ready to complete this project as planned. The delay in this project is obviously due to the surprise foundation work required to build the new structure. I have had a concrete contractor ready to start the required foundation work for approximately a month however I have not started yet due to Farmers delay in approving the funds for the required work. This additional work also now requires a plot of survey, additional permits etc. that have already been applied for. I was originally told the existing foundation would not be involved in this project then I was verbally told by dynadome that the new foundation needed to be 12″. It actually needs to be 21″ which is a drastic change and clearly should have been known before the structure was demolished. I will have more temporary steps taken to winterize the area this week, but there will be some limitations to what all can be reasonably done. This area was not expected to be exposed any longer then it took to manufacture the structure. Please feel free to call me anything to discuss any of your concerns. I can be available to discuss this issue with you and or Farmers at any time.

Thanks.

Justin Cagle &

Everlast renovation co.

Sent from my iPhone

On Dec 5, 2016, at 8:13 AM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

 

—– Forwarded Message —–
From: Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>; Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>
Sent: Monday, December 5, 2016 7:59 AM
Subject: Issues

 

Good Morning Gentleman, I’m really concerned about how things are not progressing and what feels to me at times like a lack of urgency and attention to detail. I’m hoping that we can have a conference call today involving us 3 and the Farmers Adjuster assigned to our case. I will quickly list the concerns that I’d like to cover in the call.

 

  1. Cihan, I’ve asked multiple times now why we were unaware of the need for the concrete work now deemed necessary until after the old pool house structure was removed? Before the old pool house was removed people came out from DynaDome, surveyed the area and took the measurements used to ultimately order the new structure. Surely with those measurements you all knew what the dimensions and particulars of the new structure would be. Particulars including the structures weight. So the questions that I’ve asked multiple times without receiving an answer is how is it possible that we didn’t realize that the current concrete slab in place wouldn’t be adequate enough to support the new pool house until after the old structure was removed? What did we learn after the old structure was removed that we couldn’t have known before it was removed?

 

  1. Safe Concerns: As you all know, we have a two-sided fire place that once opened to our Bar Room and the Pool House. Now it just opens to the outside. This is a major safety concern. Animals and people can easily use that two-sided fire place to enter our home. Additionally, our young children and animals can use it to exit the home. The safety implications here are clear, so I don’t feel the need to detail them further.

 

  1. Quality of Living Concerns: Our house is cold and getting colder as the outside temperatures fall. Cold air is rushing in through the abovementioned two-sided fireplace, and this is causing our entire first floor to feel very cold. Additionally, I do not believe that the wall in between what was previously the Pool house and our Bedroom/Office, etc was not insulated to protect against outside temperatures as that wall previously did not abut the outside. As a result, again the rooms upstairs that previously were adjacent to the Pool House are colder than normal. Not only is the a major quality of life issue, but it also is going to raise our gas bill tremendously. This is obviously going to create an additional liability for us that needs to be proactively addressed.

 

  1. Pool Skimmers: We’ve finally closed the pool and hopefully this will protect against any further structural damage. We did however already notice a crack in the concrete that was not there previously. I suspect that there are more as a result of the exposure to the precipitation and the cyclical freezing and thawing, but we will assess that later. Right now, another concern is the pool’s skimmers. The Gentleman who closed the pool stated that he has concerns about water levels rising as rain and snow fall. If levels rise above the skimmers they can break apparently. While I know Justin you mentioned to Rubi that you guys will periodically drain the pool to prevent this, the reality is that no one is out to the site that often, and when the water is frozen it will be impossible to drain anyway. So I am concerned that the skimmers will be shot.

 

  1. The Utility Room: The Utility Room adjacent to the pool has suffering major damage. Exposure to the weather has caused the ceiling to collapse. This means that the pool heater and the furnace housed in the room are exposed to precipitation and temperature extremes. Undoubtedly they are useless at this point.

 

  1. The Bathroom: The Pool house’s bathroom is exposed to temperature extremes. No one ever took measures to protect that bathroom (i.e. shutting off it’s water supply), so I suspect that there may ultimately be plumbing damage to that room as well.

 

  1. Pool House Heating/Cooling Vents: The heating and cooling vents of the pool room have been exposed to water. The grates are obviously rusty now and I know that they will be replaced. But where did that water go? The vents also have to be water damaged as well, and I wonder how we can accurately assess them? They run under the Pool House’s concrete flooring, so what will we do to ensure that they are not damaged?

 

  1. Timeline: We were initially told that this entire project would be done before the first freeze. Then we were told that it would be done by the beginning of December. Now Rubi tells me that some mention has made of this being done “by Spring time”. That won’t work for all of the reasons that I’ve noted above. So what steps need to be taken to get a temporary (temperature controlled) structure put up around the pool house area? A structure like this will prevent further damage to our home. It will allow us to keep our home warm and secure. It will also prevent weather (i.e. snow, cold, etc) standing in the way of completing this project ASAP.Jamil

 

P.S. What are the best numbers to reach everyone on?

 

Re: Issues

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Justin EverlastRenovation<justin@everlastrenovation.com>

To:Jamil Abdur-Rahman

Dec 5, 2016 at 9:39 AM

Justin cagle 847-863-0927

Ivan Gonzalez  847-237-0207

 

Hi Jamil.

I will start trying to address the concerns of your last e mail and getting the area as winterized as possible.

I have been ready to complete this project as planned. The delay in this project is obviously due to the surprise foundation work required to build the new structure. I have had a concrete contractor ready to start the required foundation work for approximately a month however I have not started yet due to Farmers delay in approving the funds for the required work. This additional work also now requires a plot of survey, additional permits etc. that have already been applied for. I was originally told the existing foundation would not be involved in this project then I was verbally told by dynadome that the new foundation needed to be 12″. It actually needs to be 21″ which is a drastic change and clearly should have been known before the structure was demolished. I will have more temporary steps taken to winterize the area this week, but there will be some limitations to what all can be reasonably done. This area was not expected to be exposed any longer then it took to manufacture the structure. Please feel free to call me anything to discuss any of your concerns. I can be available to discuss this issue with you and or Farmers at any time.

Thanks.

Justin Cagle &

Everlast renovation co.

Sent from my iPhone

On Dec 5, 2016, at 8:13 AM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

 

—– Forwarded Message —–
From: Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>; Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>
Sent: Monday, December 5, 2016 7:59 AM
Subject: Issues

 

Good Morning Gentleman, I’m really concerned about how things are not progressing and what feels to me at times like a lack of urgency and attention to detail. I’m hoping that we can have a conference call today involving us 3 and the Farmers Adjuster assigned to our case. I will quickly list the concerns that I’d like to cover in the call.

 

  1. Cihan, I’ve asked multiple times now why we were unaware of the need for the concrete work now deemed necessary until after the old pool house structure was removed? Before the old pool house was removed people came out from DynaDome, surveyed the area and took the measurements used to ultimately order the new structure. Surely with those measurements you all knew what the dimensions and particulars of the new structure would be. Particulars including the structures weight. So the questions that I’ve asked multiple times without receiving an answer is how is it possible that we didn’t realize that the current concrete slab in place wouldn’t be adequate enough to support the new pool house until after the old structure was removed? What did we learn after the old structure was removed that we couldn’t have known before it was removed?

 

  1. Safe Concerns: As you all know, we have a two-sided fire place that once opened to our Bar Room and the Pool House. Now it just opens to the outside. This is a major safety concern. Animals and people can easily use that two-sided fire place to enter our home. Additionally, our young children and animals can use it to exit the home. The safety implications here are clear, so I don’t feel the need to detail them further.

 

  1. Quality of Living Concerns: Our house is cold and getting colder as the outside temperatures fall. Cold air is rushing in through the abovementioned two-sided fireplace, and this is causing our entire first floor to feel very cold. Additionally, I do not believe that the wall in between what was previously the Pool house and our Bedroom/Office, etc was not insulated to protect against outside temperatures as that wall previously did not abut the outside. As a result, again the rooms upstairs that previously were adjacent to the Pool House are colder than normal. Not only is the a major quality of life issue, but it also is going to raise our gas bill tremendously. This is obviously going to create an additional liability for us that needs to be proactively addressed.

 

  1. Pool Skimmers: We’ve finally closed the pool and hopefully this will protect against any further structural damage. We did however already notice a crack in the concrete that was not there previously. I suspect that there are more as a result of the exposure to the precipitation and the cyclical freezing and thawing, but we will assess that later. Right now, another concern is the pool’s skimmers. The Gentleman who closed the pool stated that he has concerns about water levels rising as rain and snow fall. If levels rise above the skimmers they can break apparently. While I know Justin you mentioned to Rubi that you guys will periodically drain the pool to prevent this, the reality is that no one is out to the site that often, and when the water is frozen it will be impossible to drain anyway. So I am concerned that the skimmers will be shot.

 

  1. The Utility Room: The Utility Room adjacent to the pool has suffering major damage. Exposure to the weather has caused the ceiling to collapse. This means that the pool heater and the furnace housed in the room are exposed to precipitation and temperature extremes. Undoubtedly they are useless at this point.

 

  1. The Bathroom: The Pool house’s bathroom is exposed to temperature extremes. No one ever took measures to protect that bathroom (i.e. shutting off it’s water supply), so I suspect that there may ultimately be plumbing damage to that room as well.

 

  1. Pool House Heating/Cooling Vents: The heating and cooling vents of the pool room have been exposed to water. The grates are obviously rusty now and I know that they will be replaced. But where did that water go? The vents also have to be water damaged as well, and I wonder how we can accurately assess them? They run under the Pool House’s concrete flooring, so what will we do to ensure that they are not damaged?

 

  1. Timeline: We were initially told that this entire project would be done before the first freeze. Then we were told that it would be done by the beginning of December. Now Rubi tells me that some mention has made of this being done “by Spring time”. That won’t work for all of the reasons that I’ve noted above. So what steps need to be taken to get a temporary (temperature controlled) structure put up around the pool house area? A structure like this will prevent further damage to our home. It will allow us to keep our home warm and secure. It will also prevent weather (i.e. snow, cold, etc) standing in the way of completing this project ASAP.Jamil

 

P.S. What are the best numbers to reach everyone on?

 

Fw: Issues

Yahoo/Sent

  • Jamil Abdur-Rahman<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir,Justin EverlastRenovation,michael.erwin@farmersinsurance.com

Dec 5, 2016 at 8:13 AM

 

—– Forwarded Message —–
From: Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>; Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>
Sent: Monday, December 5, 2016 7:59 AM
Subject: Issues

 

Good Morning Gentleman, I’m really concerned about how things are not progressing and what feels to me at times like a lack of urgency and attention to detail. I’m hoping that we can have a conference call today involving us 3 and the Farmers Adjuster assigned to our case. I will quickly list the concerns that I’d like to cover in the call.

 

  1. Cihan, I’ve asked multiple times now why we were unaware of the need for the concrete work now deemed necessary until after the old pool house structure was removed? Before the old pool house was removed people came out from DynaDome, surveyed the area and took the measurements used to ultimately order the new structure. Surely with those measurements you all knew what the dimensions and particulars of the new structure would be. Particulars including the structures weight. So the questions that I’ve asked multiple times without receiving an answer is how is it possible that we didn’t realize that the current concrete slab in place wouldn’t be adequate enough to support the new pool house until after the old structure was removed? What did we learn after the old structure was removed that we couldn’t have known before it was removed?

 

  1. Safe Concerns: As you all know, we have a two-sided fire place that once opened to our Bar Room and the Pool House. Now it just opens to the outside. This is a major safety concern. Animals and people can easily use that two-sided fire place to enter our home. Additionally, our young children and animals can use it to exit the home. The safety implications here are clear, so I don’t feel the need to detail them further.

 

  1. Quality of Living Concerns: Our house is cold and getting colder as the outside temperatures fall. Cold air is rushing in through the abovementioned two-sided fireplace, and this is causing our entire first floor to feel very cold. Additionally, I do not believe that the wall in between what was previously the Pool house and our Bedroom/Office, etc was not insulated to protect against outside temperatures as that wall previously did not abut the outside. As a result, again the rooms upstairs that previously were adjacent to the Pool House are colder than normal. Not only is the a major quality of life issue, but it also is going to raise our gas bill tremendously. This is obviously going to create an additional liability for us that needs to be proactively addressed.

 

  1. Pool Skimmers: We’ve finally closed the pool and hopefully this will protect against any further structural damage. We did however already notice a crack in the concrete that was not there previously. I suspect that there are more as a result of the exposure to the precipitation and the cyclical freezing and thawing, but we will assess that later. Right now, another concern is the pool’s skimmers. The Gentleman who closed the pool stated that he has concerns about water levels rising as rain and snow fall. If levels rise above the skimmers they can break apparently. While I know Justin you mentioned to Rubi that you guys will periodically drain the pool to prevent this, the reality is that no one is out to the site that often, and when the water is frozen it will be impossible to drain anyway. So I am concerned that the skimmers will be shot.

 

  1. The Utility Room: The Utility Room adjacent to the pool has suffering major damage. Exposure to the weather has caused the ceiling to collapse. This means that the pool heater and the furnace housed in the room are exposed to precipitation and temperature extremes. Undoubtedly they are useless at this point.

 

  1. The Bathroom: The Pool house’s bathroom is exposed to temperature extremes. No one ever took measures to protect that bathroom (i.e. shutting off it’s water supply), so I suspect that there may ultimately be plumbing damage to that room as well.

 

  1. Pool House Heating/Cooling Vents: The heating and cooling vents of the pool room have been exposed to water. The grates are obviously rusty now and I know that they will be replaced. But where did that water go? The vents also have to be water damaged as well, and I wonder how we can accurately assess them? They run under the Pool House’s concrete flooring, so what will we do to ensure that they are not damaged?

 

  1. Timeline: We were initially told that this entire project would be done before the first freeze. Then we were told that it would be done by the beginning of December. Now Rubi tells me that some mention has made of this being done “by Spring time”. That won’t work for all of the reasons that I’ve noted above. So what steps need to be taken to get a temporary (temperature controlled) structure put up around the pool house area? A structure like this will prevent further damage to our home. It will allow us to keep our home warm and secure. It will also prevent weather (i.e. snow, cold, etc) standing in the way of completing this project ASAP.Jamil

 

P.S. What are the best numbers to reach everyone on?

 

Issues

Yahoo/Sent

  • Jamil Abdur-Rahman<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir,Justin EverlastRenovation

Dec 5, 2016 at 7:59 AM

Good Morning Gentleman, I’m really concerned about how things are not progressing and what feels to me at times like a lack of urgency and attention to detail. I’m hoping that we can have a conference call today involving us 3 and the Farmers Adjuster assigned to our case. I will quickly list the concerns that I’d like to cover in the call.

 

  1. Cihan, I’ve asked multiple times now why we were unaware of the need for the concrete work now deemed necessary until after the old pool house structure was removed? Before the old pool house was removed people came out from DynaDome, surveyed the area and took the measurements used to ultimately order the new structure. Surely with those measurements you all knew what the dimensions and particulars of the new structure would be. Particulars including the structures weight. So the questions that I’ve asked multiple times without receiving an answer is how is it possible that we didn’t realize that the current concrete slab in place wouldn’t be adequate enough to support the new pool house until after the old structure was removed? What did we learn after the old structure was removed that we couldn’t have known before it was removed?

 

  1. Safe Concerns: As you all know, we have a two-sided fire place that once opened to our Bar Room and the Pool House. Now it just opens to the outside. This is a major safety concern. Animals and people can easily use that two-sided fire place to enter our home. Additionally, our young children and animals can use it to exit the home. The safety implications here are clear, so I don’t feel the need to detail them further.

 

  1. Quality of Living Concerns: Our house is cold and getting colder as the outside temperatures fall. Cold air is rushing in through the abovementioned two-sided fireplace, and this is causing our entire first floor to feel very cold. Additionally, I do not believe that the wall in between what was previously the Pool house and our Bedroom/Office, etc was not insulated to protect against outside temperatures as that wall previously did not abut the outside. As a result, again the rooms upstairs that previously were adjacent to the Pool House are colder than normal. Not only is the a major quality of life issue, but it also is going to raise our gas bill tremendously. This is obviously going to create an additional liability for us that needs to be proactively addressed.

 

  1. Pool Skimmers: We’ve finally closed the pool and hopefully this will protect against any further structural damage. We did however already notice a crack in the concrete that was not there previously. I suspect that there are more as a result of the exposure to the precipitation and the cyclical freezing and thawing, but we will assess that later. Right now, another concern is the pool’s skimmers. The Gentleman who closed the pool stated that he has concerns about water levels rising as rain and snow fall. If levels rise above the skimmers they can break apparently. While I know Justin you mentioned to Rubi that you guys will periodically drain the pool to prevent this, the reality is that no one is out to the site that often, and when the water is frozen it will be impossible to drain anyway. So I am concerned that the skimmers will be shot.

 

  1. The Utility Room: The Utility Room adjacent to the pool has suffering major damage. Exposure to the weather has caused the ceiling to collapse. This means that the pool heater and the furnace housed in the room are exposed to precipitation and temperature extremes. Undoubtedly they are useless at this point.

 

  1. The Bathroom: The Pool house’s bathroom is exposed to temperature extremes. No one ever took measures to protect that bathroom (i.e. shutting off it’s water supply), so I suspect that there may ultimately be plumbing damage to that room as well.

 

  1. Pool House Heating/Cooling Vents: The heating and cooling vents of the pool room have been exposed to water. The grates are obviously rusty now and I know that they will be replaced. But where did that water go? The vents also have to be water damaged as well, and I wonder how we can accurately assess them? They run under the Pool House’s concrete flooring, so what will we do to ensure that they are not damaged?

 

  1. Timeline: We were initially told that this entire project would be done before the first freeze. Then we were told that it would be done by the beginning of December. Now Rubi tells me that some mention has made of this being done “by Spring time”. That won’t work for all of the reasons that I’ve noted above. So what steps need to be taken to get a temporary (temperature controlled) structure put up around the pool house area? A structure like this will prevent further damage to our home. It will allow us to keep our home warm and secure. It will also prevent weather (i.e. snow, cold, etc) standing in the way of completing this project ASAP.Jamil

 

P.S. What are the best numbers to reach everyone on?

Re: Getting work approved

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Justin EverlastRenovation

Dec 2, 2016 at 2:17 PM

Ok, I’ll get on it. Thanks!

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

> On Dec 2, 2016, at 2:15 PM, Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com> wrote:
>
> Hi Jamil.
> I just spoke with Mike at farmers about getting this situation reviewed and he stated that his manager would likely not be reviewing the situation till Monday or Tuesday. I will call and follow up with them next week to try to speed up the process but you are the insured and they care more if your mad then if I’m mad. Please feel free to call them to explain the urgency of the situation if you would like to. Please let me know if on site requires attention do to the extended time the room has been exposed and we will get something done to limit any future damages.
> Please let me know if there is anything else I can do.
> Thanks and have a good weekend.
> Justin Cagle &
> Everlast Renovation Co.
>
>
> Sent from my iPhone

Getting work approved

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Justin EverlastRenovation<justin@everlastrenovation.com>

To:Jamil Abdur-Rahman

Dec 2, 2016 at 2:15 PM

Hi Jamil.

I just spoke with Mike at farmers about getting this situation reviewed and he stated that his manager would likely not be reviewing the situation till Monday or Tuesday. I will call and follow up with them next week to try to speed up the process but you are the insured and they care more if your mad then if I’m mad. Please feel free to call them to explain the urgency of the situation if you would like to. Please let me know if on site requires attention do to the extended time the room has been exposed and we will get something done to limit any future damages.

Please let me know if there is anything else I can do.

Thanks and have a good weekend.

Justin Cagle &

Everlast Renovation Co.

 

 

Sent from my iPhone

Re: Reaching Out Again?!?!

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

Cc:Justin EverlastRenovation

Dec 2, 2016 at 11:30 AM

That’s fine. I’m just trying to gain a better understanding here and answers to those questions will provide me with a better understanding.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Dec 2, 2016, at 11:27 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

We did nothing wrong or out of the ordinary for your project.  We are all doing our best to get the concrete done as soon as possible so the enclosure can be erected.

 

Thank you.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Fri, Dec 2, 2016 at 11:22 AM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I still have these question Cihan.

 

Jamil

 

 

From: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Cc: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com >
Sent: Thursday, December 1, 2016 9:47 AM
Subject: Re: Reaching Out Again?!?!

 

But we knew the particulars for the new structure before the old structure was removed because the new structure had to be ordered up front. So with those particulars having been known, why didn’t we also know that the current foundation wouldn’t support the new structure and its particular dimensions? What did we learn after the old structure was removed that we didn’t know or couldn’t know until after the old structure was removed?

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Dec 1, 2016, at 9:40 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

I apologize but I incorrectly believed that you were aware I provided a letter to Justin regarding the additional foundation work.

 

I never said a new foundation wasn’t necessary because I have been doing this long enough and know that until the engineering calculations are done, we are never 100% certain.  The only thing I would have said was that it looked as though the existing foundation would suffice pending the engineering.

 

Based on the engineering, the existing foundation is not structurally adequate for the new enclosure.  There is no way around that.

 

Let me know if you would like to discuss this further.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Thu, Dec 1, 2016 at 9:29 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Cihan, I’ve sent a number of emails to both you and Justin. Justin has responded to my emails but thus far you have not. Can you please take a few moments to help me better understand the answer to the question that I posed numerous times? That question of course being why you initially said that no additional foundation work would be needed for the new structure and why you were not aware of the fact that foundation work would in fact be needed until after the old structure was removed; thusly now putting us in a position where we are suffering a lot more damage to our home due to various previously covered items now being exposed? I also indicated in my email yesterday that the adjuster at farmers said that for them to potentially approve any additional concrete work they would need some engineering specific to review. Obviously, you being the engineer, they would need those items from you. You never responded to my request for those items however. Did you at least forward them to farmers or are you in the process of doing so?

Jamil

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Re: Reaching Out Again?!?!

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  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Jamil Abdur-Rahman

Cc:Justin EverlastRenovation

Dec 2, 2016 at 11:27 AM

Jamil-

 

We did nothing wrong or out of the ordinary for your project.  We are all doing our best to get the concrete done as soon as possible so the enclosure can be erected.

 

Thank you.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Fri, Dec 2, 2016 at 11:22 AM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I still have these question Cihan.

 

Jamil

 

 

From: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Cc: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com >
Sent: Thursday, December 1, 2016 9:47 AM
Subject: Re: Reaching Out Again?!?!

 

But we knew the particulars for the new structure before the old structure was removed because the new structure had to be ordered up front. So with those particulars having been known, why didn’t we also know that the current foundation wouldn’t support the new structure and its particular dimensions? What did we learn after the old structure was removed that we didn’t know or couldn’t know until after the old structure was removed?

 

Jamil

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On Dec 1, 2016, at 9:40 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

I apologize but I incorrectly believed that you were aware I provided a letter to Justin regarding the additional foundation work.

 

I never said a new foundation wasn’t necessary because I have been doing this long enough and know that until the engineering calculations are done, we are never 100% certain.  The only thing I would have said was that it looked as though the existing foundation would suffice pending the engineering.

 

Based on the engineering, the existing foundation is not structurally adequate for the new enclosure.  There is no way around that.

 

Let me know if you would like to discuss this further.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Thu, Dec 1, 2016 at 9:29 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Cihan, I’ve sent a number of emails to both you and Justin. Justin has responded to my emails but thus far you have not. Can you please take a few moments to help me better understand the answer to the question that I posed numerous times? That question of course being why you initially said that no additional foundation work would be needed for the new structure and why you were not aware of the fact that foundation work would in fact be needed until after the old structure was removed; thusly now putting us in a position where we are suffering a lot more damage to our home due to various previously covered items now being exposed? I also indicated in my email yesterday that the adjuster at farmers said that for them to potentially approve any additional concrete work they would need some engineering specific to review. Obviously, you being the engineer, they would need those items from you. You never responded to my request for those items however. Did you at least forward them to farmers or are you in the process of doing so?

Jamil

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Re: Reaching Out Again?!?!

Yahoo/Sent

  • Jamil Abdur-Rahman<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

Cc:Justin EverlastRenovation

Dec 2, 2016 at 11:22 AM

I still have these question Cihan.

 

Jamil

 

From: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Cc: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>
Sent: Thursday, December 1, 2016 9:47 AM
Subject: Re: Reaching Out Again?!?!

 

But we knew the particulars for the new structure before the old structure was removed because the new structure had to be ordered up front. So with those particulars having been known, why didn’t we also know that the current foundation wouldn’t support the new structure and its particular dimensions? What did we learn after the old structure was removed that we didn’t know or couldn’t know until after the old structure was removed?

 

Jamil

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On Dec 1, 2016, at 9:40 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

I apologize but I incorrectly believed that you were aware I provided a letter to Justin regarding the additional foundation work.

 

I never said a new foundation wasn’t necessary because I have been doing this long enough and know that until the engineering calculations are done, we are never 100% certain.  The only thing I would have said was that it looked as though the existing foundation would suffice pending the engineering.

 

Based on the engineering, the existing foundation is not structurally adequate for the new enclosure.  There is no way around that.

 

Let me know if you would like to discuss this further.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Thu, Dec 1, 2016 at 9:29 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Cihan, I’ve sent a number of emails to both you and Justin. Justin has responded to my emails but thus far you have not. Can you please take a few moments to help me better understand the answer to the question that I posed numerous times? That question of course being why you initially said that no additional foundation work would be needed for the new structure and why you were not aware of the fact that foundation work would in fact be needed until after the old structure was removed; thusly now putting us in a position where we are suffering a lot more damage to our home due to various previously covered items now being exposed? I also indicated in my email yesterday that the adjuster at farmers said that for them to potentially approve any additional concrete work they would need some engineering specific to review. Obviously, you being the engineer, they would need those items from you. You never responded to my request for those items however. Did you at least forward them to farmers or are you in the process of doing so?

Jamil

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Re: Reaching Out Again?!?!

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

Cc:Justin EverlastRenovation

Dec 1, 2016 at 9:47 AM

But we knew the particulars for the new structure before the old structure was removed because the new structure had to be ordered up front. So with those particulars having been known, why didn’t we also know that the current foundation wouldn’t support the new structure and its particular dimensions? What did we learn after the old structure was removed that we didn’t know or couldn’t know until after the old structure was removed?

 

Jamil

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On Dec 1, 2016, at 9:40 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

I apologize but I incorrectly believed that you were aware I provided a letter to Justin regarding the additional foundation work.

 

I never said a new foundation wasn’t necessary because I have been doing this long enough and know that until the engineering calculations are done, we are never 100% certain.  The only thing I would have said was that it looked as though the existing foundation would suffice pending the engineering.

 

Based on the engineering, the existing foundation is not structurally adequate for the new enclosure.  There is no way around that.

 

Let me know if you would like to discuss this further.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Thu, Dec 1, 2016 at 9:29 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Cihan, I’ve sent a number of emails to both you and Justin. Justin has responded to my emails but thus far you have not. Can you please take a few moments to help me better understand the answer to the question that I posed numerous times? That question of course being why you initially said that no additional foundation work would be needed for the new structure and why you were not aware of the fact that foundation work would in fact be needed until after the old structure was removed; thusly now putting us in a position where we are suffering a lot more damage to our home due to various previously covered items now being exposed? I also indicated in my email yesterday that the adjuster at farmers said that for them to potentially approve any additional concrete work they would need some engineering specific to review. Obviously, you being the engineer, they would need those items from you. You never responded to my request for those items however. Did you at least forward them to farmers or are you in the process of doing so?

Jamil

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Reaching Out Again?!?!

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir,Justin EverlastRenovation

Dec 1, 2016 at 9:29 AM

Cihan, I’ve sent a number of emails to both you and Justin. Justin has responded to my emails but thus far you have not. Can you please take a few moments to help me better understand the answer to the question that I posed numerous times? That question of course being why you initially said that no additional foundation work would be needed for the new structure and why you were not aware of the fact that foundation work would in fact be needed until after the old structure was removed; thusly now putting us in a position where we are suffering a lot more damage to our home due to various previously covered items now being exposed? I also indicated in my email yesterday that the adjuster at farmers said that for them to potentially approve any additional concrete work they would need some engineering specific to review. Obviously, you being the engineer, they would need those items from you. You never responded to my request for those items however. Did you at least forward them to farmers or are you in the process of doing so?

 

Jamil

 

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Re: Update?

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  • Justin EverlastRenovation<justin@everlastrenovation.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Nov 30, 2016 at 2:50 PM

I have prepared a response to submit to farmers that should get the concrete work approved fairly quickly once submitted. I will be submitting the information that requested along with a letter explaining the urgency of the situation. I asked dynadome if there was any foundation work that may be required to complete this project in person on site and the response was no foundation work would be required to complete the new structure. This will all be handlers as quickly  as possible and as soon as Farmer approves the additional repairs work will resume immediately. Once my letter is submitted Farmers will likely not need any further explanation however I will make myself available anytime to have discuss your claim with you or Farmers about this situation. I’m sure the concrete work will be approved and we will resume putting your house back together.

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> On Nov 30, 2016, at 2:18 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> I had a long conversation with the adjuster assigned to our claim today. He said that they have not out right rejected the need for the concrete work, but rather that sufficient proof for the work needing to be done has not been provided.  He said that they will need some specific documentation from the engineers indicating why the concrete slab that was appropriate for the last pool house will not be appropriate for this pool house. So if you can provide that Cihan, it would be helpful in moving things along quickly. He also had the same questions that I posed a few weeks ago but did not have answered. And that was why we weren’t aware that the concrete slab would not be appropriate for the new pool house before the old pool house was removed given that the site was surveyed by DynaDome and that the new pool house was ordered and largely paid for before the old pool house was taken down? To order the new pool house it’s dimensions including size, weight, etc. had to of been known. So why did we not know that the concrete slab that would support this new pool house would not be appropriate until after the fact? Surely, survey of the area before the old pool house was removed included inspecting the concrete slab. So for my understanding Cihan can you explain to me why we didn’t know about the limitations of the concrete slab until after the pool house was removed? Can we all also plan on having a conference call involving you two, Mike (from Farmers) and myself so that we can get this show on the road?
>
> Jamil
>
> Sent from my iPhone

Update?

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir,Justin EverlastRenovation

Nov 30, 2016 at 2:18 PM

I had a long conversation with the adjuster assigned to our claim today. He said that they have not out right rejected the need for the concrete work, but rather that sufficient proof for the work needing to be done has not been provided.  He said that they will need some specific documentation from the engineers indicating why the concrete slab that was appropriate for the last pool house will not be appropriate for this pool house. So if you can provide that Cihan, it would be helpful in moving things along quickly. He also had the same questions that I posed a few weeks ago but did not have answered. And that was why we weren’t aware that the concrete slab would not be appropriate for the new pool house before the old pool house was removed given that the site was surveyed by DynaDome and that the new pool house was ordered and largely paid for before the old pool house was taken down? To order the new pool house it’s dimensions including size, weight, etc. had to of been known. So why did we not know that the concrete slab that would support this new pool house would not be appropriate until after the fact? Surely, survey of the area before the old pool house was removed included inspecting the concrete slab. So for my understanding Cihan can you explain to me why we didn’t know about the limitations of the concrete slab until after the pool house was removed? Can we all also plan on having a conference call involving you two, Mike (from Farmers) and myself so that we can get this show on the road?

 

Jamil

 

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???

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Justin EverlastRenovation

Nov 29, 2016 at 1:51 PM

Who are you dealing with at Farmers? We need to have a group meeting with you, him/her and Dynadome ASAP.

 

Jamil

 

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Re: Claim docs

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Tara Stanley

Nov 29, 2016 at 1:49 PM

Can you please have your husband call me? He hasn’t returned my calls and we’ve got issues with the poolhouse repair? My cell is still 773-573-9676.

 

Jamil

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On Sep 9, 2016, at 2:57 PM, Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com> wrote:

I received a message from Justin at Everlast requesting a copy of the estimate.  I just need your approval to send the paperwork to a vendor/contractor before I can send anything.  Let me know if you are okay with that or if you want to forward the email I sent you yesterday that is fine too.

The email address he wants me to send it to is
justin@everlastrenovation.com

Thank you

Tara Stanley
Special Claims Adjuster
Property

Farmers Insurance
4225 Naperville Road,  Suite 350,  Lisle, Illinois  60532
Tel: (913) 991-6128    Fax: (877) 217-1389
tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
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Re: Progress

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  • Justin EverlastRenovation<justin@everlastrenovation.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Nov 22, 2016 at 1:28 PM

Hi Jamil.
The delay in the timeframe is due to having to alter the existing foundation to support the new structure. There is allot of related work that needs to be done to properly alter the buildings foundation. This additional work was not disclosed as part of the required work until after the structure was removed. This additional work was not approved by the insurance company as part of the approved repairs. I have applied for them building permit already, but we are still waiting for Farmers to approve the additional required work. Once approved I hope to have the concrete started as soon as next week. We will need to now drain the pool to relieve the pressure on the vertical concrete that may crack once the foundation is removed. We will start draining and winterizing the pool tomorrow and will make sure the pool doesn’t get damaged over the winter. The rusting duct work will be replaced. As soon as We have the permit and Farmers approves the additional work we will begin immediately.
Thanks.
Justin Cagle &
Everlast Renovation Co.

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> On Nov 21, 2016, at 8:05 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> So we’ve officially reached freezing temperatures and the pool is not enclosed. There have been a number of delays in getting the enclosure manufactured which is a bit disappointing, but now with freezing temps hitting and water still sitting in the pool and piping, I have grave concerns about the pipes bursting. Additionally the heating/air conditioning duct work has been exposed to the elements (i.e. cold, rain and freezing temps) and parts of it are starting to get really rusty. Since we are REALLY behind schedule now, I know that there has been discussion of us closing the pool. Obviously with the pool covered and with all of the scaffolding up the pool can’t be drained and closed. What is our timeline moving forward?
> 1. If we need to close the pool when will the scaffolding and platform over the pool be removed?
> 2. When will the foundation be modified for the new structure to be put up?
> 3. When will the new structure be put up?
> 4. How can we ensure that the pool/heating system piping hasn’t been damaged by the freezing and thawing?
> How do we handle the rusting ventilation duct work?
> 5. Why has the project that we were originally told would be complete by the first week of October extended well into November and the winter freeze?
> 6. What have we encountered that wasn’t anticipated before the structure was demolished?
>
> Jamil
>
> Sent from my iPhone

Re: Progress

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

Cc:Justin EverlastRenovation

Nov 22, 2016 at 12:56 PM

Ok, so since we had to purchase the new structure even before the old structure had been removed (hence the reason that we had to pluck down 90% of the final cost for the structure and its construction before the project even started), we had to have committed to a particular structure. To buy this particular structure (which is what the 90% was put forward to do), we had to  have provided dimensions for it to be customized for us. With these dimensions did we not have the information that we would have needed to determine the new concrete requirements for the structure? Also, what are your thoughts (both Cihan and Justin) about my previous questions? I think that we are about to run into a big cluster here.

 

Jamil

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On Nov 22, 2016, at 12:44 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Unfortunately the answer is no.  We could only speculate on the concrete requirements, but because the insurance process of approvals took so long, we couldn’t proceed with any engineering or paperwork.  This process was not able to be addressed beforehand.

The concrete work is still waiting approval from Farmers as far as I know.

Kind regards,

Cihan Ozdemir
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

On Nov 22, 2016 12:30 PM, “Jamil Abdur-Rahman” <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Ok, I guess my question is whether or not it was possible to determine what the concrete requirements for the new structure would have been before the old structure was taken down? Dimensions for the new structure were determine before the old structure was removed. Should we have been able to anticipate the concrete requirements based on those dimensions? Right now I fear that we are about to run into a whole bunch of problems related to the structure having been removed and the pool (with it’s water), the piping (also with water still in it), the heating and cooling ducts/system and the formerly in-door (now the outdoor) bathroom and it’s pipes all being exposed to extreme temperature fluctuations. When this process began we were told to expect the entire project to be completed well before we encountered freezing temperatures. Now, it looks like we are still weeks away and this will probably create a number of additional problems that could have been avoided with optimal planning. We offered to close the pool but were told that there would be no need to do so because the project would be done before freezing temperatures were encountered. Instead we were told to leave the water in the pool and that the water could just be covered. Now there is discussion of draining the pool, but that won’t address the issue of potentially frozen water in the piping. Our pool guy told us today that draining that water isn’t enough to protect the pipes. That they also need to be weatherized. Also, our heating/cooling system/duct work is being exposed to moisture and extreme temperature fluctuations that must be ruining their integrity and our formerly in-door bathroom is being exposed to freezing temperatures. So I am going to call Farmers to update them, and I am going to tell them that I fear that we are going to run into a whole new set of problems related to this project dragging well into November and probably December. But what I want to know is…..

  1. Why we weren’t able to anticipate the concrete requirements before the old structure was removed given that dimensions for the structure had been determined and we were even required to pay for the structure to be constructed before the old structure was taken down?
  2. When can we expect the concrete work to be done?
  3. How long after the concrete work has been completed will it be before the new structure can be erected?
  4. How many day swill it take to erect the new structure once the concrete work has been done?
  5. What should we be doing to protect the heating/cooling system/duct work?
  6. What should we be doing to protect the now outdoor bathroom (and it’s piping) from the freezing temperatures?
  7. When should we realistically expect this job to be completed?
  8. Has anyone updated Farmers on our current challenges?

 

Jamil

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Cc: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com >
Sent: Monday, November 21, 2016 8:27 AM
Subject: Re: Progress

 

I have to defer to Justin.  The concrete requirements are based on the engineering that was done for the enclosure.  The engineering plans show that a certain size is necessary for the new enclosure.  The existing concrete foundation is not able to be shown/proven as to what has been installed.

 

Right now I believe we are waiting on approval from the city on the new concrete.

 

Talk to you soon.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Mon, Nov 21, 2016 at 8:05 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

So we’ve officially reached freezing temperatures and the pool is not enclosed. There have been a number of delays in getting the enclosure manufactured which is a bit disappointing, but now with freezing temps hitting and water still sitting in the pool and piping, I have grave concerns about the pipes bursting. Additionally the heating/air conditioning duct work has been exposed to the elements (i.e. cold, rain and freezing temps) and parts of it are starting to get really rusty. Since we are REALLY behind schedule now, I know that there has been discussion of us closing the pool. Obviously with the pool covered and with all of the scaffolding up the pool can’t be drained and closed. What is our timeline moving forward?
1. If we need to close the pool when will the scaffolding and platform over the pool be removed?
2. When will the foundation be modified for the new structure to be put up?
3. When will the new structure be put up?
4. How can we ensure that the pool/heating system piping hasn’t been damaged by the freezing and thawing?
How do we handle the rusting ventilation duct work?
5. Why has the project that we were originally told would be complete by the first week of October extended well into November and the winter freeze?
6. What have we encountered that wasn’t anticipated before the structure was demolished?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

 

 

Re: Progress

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Cc:Justin EverlastRenovation

Nov 22, 2016 at 12:44 PM

Unfortunately the answer is no.  We could only speculate on the concrete requirements, but because the insurance process of approvals took so long, we couldn’t proceed with any engineering or paperwork.  This process was not able to be addressed beforehand.

The concrete work is still waiting approval from Farmers as far as I know.

Kind regards,

Cihan Ozdemir
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

On Nov 22, 2016 12:30 PM, “Jamil Abdur-Rahman” <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Ok, I guess my question is whether or not it was possible to determine what the concrete requirements for the new structure would have been before the old structure was taken down? Dimensions for the new structure were determine before the old structure was removed. Should we have been able to anticipate the concrete requirements based on those dimensions? Right now I fear that we are about to run into a whole bunch of problems related to the structure having been removed and the pool (with it’s water), the piping (also with water still in it), the heating and cooling ducts/system and the formerly in-door (now the outdoor) bathroom and it’s pipes all being exposed to extreme temperature fluctuations. When this process began we were told to expect the entire project to be completed well before we encountered freezing temperatures. Now, it looks like we are still weeks away and this will probably create a number of additional problems that could have been avoided with optimal planning. We offered to close the pool but were told that there would be no need to do so because the project would be done before freezing temperatures were encountered. Instead we were told to leave the water in the pool and that the water could just be covered. Now there is discussion of draining the pool, but that won’t address the issue of potentially frozen water in the piping. Our pool guy told us today that draining that water isn’t enough to protect the pipes. That they also need to be weatherized. Also, our heating/cooling system/duct work is being exposed to moisture and extreme temperature fluctuations that must be ruining their integrity and our formerly in-door bathroom is being exposed to freezing temperatures. So I am going to call Farmers to update them, and I am going to tell them that I fear that we are going to run into a whole new set of problems related to this project dragging well into November and probably December. But what I want to know is…..

  1. Why we weren’t able to anticipate the concrete requirements before the old structure was removed given that dimensions for the structure had been determined and we were even required to pay for the structure to be constructed before the old structure was taken down?
  2. When can we expect the concrete work to be done?
  3. How long after the concrete work has been completed will it be before the new structure can be erected?
  4. How many day swill it take to erect the new structure once the concrete work has been done?
  5. What should we be doing to protect the heating/cooling system/duct work?
  6. What should we be doing to protect the now outdoor bathroom (and it’s piping) from the freezing temperatures?
  7. When should we realistically expect this job to be completed?
  8. Has anyone updated Farmers on our current challenges?

 

Jamil

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Cc: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com >
Sent: Monday, November 21, 2016 8:27 AM
Subject: Re: Progress

 

I have to defer to Justin.  The concrete requirements are based on the engineering that was done for the enclosure.  The engineering plans show that a certain size is necessary for the new enclosure.  The existing concrete foundation is not able to be shown/proven as to what has been installed.

 

Right now I believe we are waiting on approval from the city on the new concrete.

 

Talk to you soon.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Mon, Nov 21, 2016 at 8:05 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

So we’ve officially reached freezing temperatures and the pool is not enclosed. There have been a number of delays in getting the enclosure manufactured which is a bit disappointing, but now with freezing temps hitting and water still sitting in the pool and piping, I have grave concerns about the pipes bursting. Additionally the heating/air conditioning duct work has been exposed to the elements (i.e. cold, rain and freezing temps) and parts of it are starting to get really rusty. Since we are REALLY behind schedule now, I know that there has been discussion of us closing the pool. Obviously with the pool covered and with all of the scaffolding up the pool can’t be drained and closed. What is our timeline moving forward?
1. If we need to close the pool when will the scaffolding and platform over the pool be removed?
2. When will the foundation be modified for the new structure to be put up?
3. When will the new structure be put up?
4. How can we ensure that the pool/heating system piping hasn’t been damaged by the freezing and thawing?
How do we handle the rusting ventilation duct work?
5. Why has the project that we were originally told would be complete by the first week of October extended well into November and the winter freeze?
6. What have we encountered that wasn’t anticipated before the structure was demolished?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

 

 

Re: Progress

Yahoo/Sent

  • Jamil Abdur-Rahman<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

Cc:Justin EverlastRenovation

Nov 22, 2016 at 12:27 PM

Ok, I guess my question is whether or not it was possible to determine what the concrete requirements for the new structure would have been before the old structure was taken down? Dimensions for the new structure were determine before the old structure was removed. Should we have been able to anticipate the concrete requirements based on those dimensions? Right now I fear that we are about to run into a whole bunch of problems related to the structure having been removed and the pool (with it’s water), the piping (also with water still in it), the heating and cooling ducts/system and the formerly in-door (now the outdoor) bathroom and it’s pipes all being exposed to extreme temperature fluctuations. When this process began we were told to expect the entire project to be completed well before we encountered freezing temperatures. Now, it looks like we are still weeks away and this will probably create a number of additional problems that could have been avoided with optimal planning. We offered to close the pool but were told that there would be no need to do so because the project would be done before freezing temperatures were encountered. Instead we were told to leave the water in the pool and that the water could just be covered. Now there is discussion of draining the pool, but that won’t address the issue of potentially frozen water in the piping. Our pool guy told us today that draining that water isn’t enough to protect the pipes. That they also need to be weatherized. Also, our heating/cooling system/duct work is being exposed to moisture and extreme temperature fluctuations that must be ruining their integrity and our formerly in-door bathroom is being exposed to freezing temperatures. So I am going to call Farmers to update them, and I am going to tell them that I fear that we are going to run into a whole new set of problems related to this project dragging well into November and probably December. But what I want to know is…..

  1. Why we weren’t able to anticipate the concrete requirements before the old structure was removed given that dimensions for the structure had been determined and we were even required to pay for the structure to be constructed before the old structure was taken down?
  2. When can we expect the concrete work to be done?
  3. How long after the concrete work has been completed will it be before the new structure can be erected?
  4. How many day swill it take to erect the new structure once the concrete work has been done?
  5. What should we be doing to protect the heating/cooling system/duct work?
  6. What should we be doing to protect the now outdoor bathroom (and it’s piping) from the freezing temperatures?
  7. When should we realistically expect this job to be completed?
  8. Has anyone updated Farmers on our current challenges?

 

Jamil

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Cc: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>
Sent: Monday, November 21, 2016 8:27 AM
Subject: Re: Progress

 

I have to defer to Justin.  The concrete requirements are based on the engineering that was done for the enclosure.  The engineering plans show that a certain size is necessary for the new enclosure.  The existing concrete foundation is not able to be shown/proven as to what has been installed.

 

Right now I believe we are waiting on approval from the city on the new concrete.

 

Talk to you soon.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Mon, Nov 21, 2016 at 8:05 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

So we’ve officially reached freezing temperatures and the pool is not enclosed. There have been a number of delays in getting the enclosure manufactured which is a bit disappointing, but now with freezing temps hitting and water still sitting in the pool and piping, I have grave concerns about the pipes bursting. Additionally the heating/air conditioning duct work has been exposed to the elements (i.e. cold, rain and freezing temps) and parts of it are starting to get really rusty. Since we are REALLY behind schedule now, I know that there has been discussion of us closing the pool. Obviously with the pool covered and with all of the scaffolding up the pool can’t be drained and closed. What is our timeline moving forward?
1. If we need to close the pool when will the scaffolding and platform over the pool be removed?
2. When will the foundation be modified for the new structure to be put up?
3. When will the new structure be put up?
4. How can we ensure that the pool/heating system piping hasn’t been damaged by the freezing and thawing?
How do we handle the rusting ventilation duct work?
5. Why has the project that we were originally told would be complete by the first week of October extended well into November and the winter freeze?
6. What have we encountered that wasn’t anticipated before the structure was demolished?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

 

 

Re: Ready

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

Sep 23, 2016 at 2:20 PM

Perfect, thanks!

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

> On Sep 23, 2016, at 2:03 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:
>
> Jamil-
>
> I did receive it yesterday and want to thank you for the order.  We are
> processing the rest of the paperwork and getting the engineering started.
>
> Thanks again.  Talk to you soon.
>
> Kind Regards,
>
> Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
> Project Engineer
> DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
> 800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com
>
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>
> —–Original Message—–
> From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] > Sent: Thursday, September 22, 2016 6:34 PM
> To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
> Subject: Re: Ready
>
> Sorry, had to resend it because I forgot to sign it. You should have
> received it today.
>
> Jamil
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
>>> On Sep 21, 2016, at 12:14 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>> Dr. Jamil-
>>
>> We have received our mail for today yet still have not received the
>> deposit.  What address did you send the check?
>>
>> Let me know please.  Thanks.
>>
>> Kind Regards,
>>
>> Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
>> Project Engineer
>> DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
>> 800-726-3962
>> http://www.dynadome.com
>> ozdemir@dynadome.com
>>
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>> —–Original Message—–
>> From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] >> Sent: Friday, September 16, 2016 2:29 PM
>> To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
>> Subject: Re: Ready
>>
>> I mailed the check yesterday.
>>
>> Jamil
>>
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>
>>> On Sep 16, 2016, at 2:24 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
> wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi Dr. Jamil-
>>>
>>> Did you send the check already or do you still have it?  Let me know
>>> please.  Accounting is asking me the status because of the order we
>>> placed with our suppliers and apparently we received the mail today
>>> but the check was not received.
>>>
>>> Thanks and sorry about all this.
>>>
>>> Kind Regards,
>>>
>>> Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
>>> Project Engineer
>>> DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
>>> 800-726-3962
>>> http://www.dynadome.com
>>> ozdemir@dynadome.com
>>>
>>> This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential,
>>> proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information
>>> is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated
> above.
>>> If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify
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>>> intended recipient is prohibited.
>>>
>>> —–Original Message—–
>>> From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] >>> Sent: Monday, September 12, 2016 10:58 AM
>>> To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
>>> Cc: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>
>>> Subject: Re: Ready
>>>
>>> Awesome! Thanks.
>>>
>>> Jamil
>>>
>>> Sent from my iPhone
>>>
>>>>> On Sep 12, 2016, at 10:12 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
>>>> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Dr. Jamil-
>>>>
>>>> I believe they were supposed to be sending us a check today to get
>>>> started.  I have emailed them directly and that’s what they told me.
>>>>
>>>> Kind Regards,
>>>>
>>>> Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
>>>> Project Engineer
>>>> DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
>>>> 800-726-3962
>>>> http://www.dynadome.com
>>>> ozdemir@dynadome.com
>>>>
>>>> This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential,
>>>> proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information
>>>> is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated
>> above.
>>>> If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify
>>>> the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments.
>>>> Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this
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>>>> intended recipient is prohibited.
>>>>
>>>> —–Original Message—–
>>>> From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] >>>> Sent: Monday, September 12, 2016 9:47 AM
>>>> To: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>; Cihan
>>>> Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
>>>> Subject: Ready
>>>>
>>>> I think that Quicken now has everything that they need from Farmers.
>>>> Are we ready to roll?
>>>>
>>>> Jamil
>>>>
>>>> Sent from my iPhone

RE: Ready

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Sep 23, 2016 at 2:03 PM

Jamil-

I did receive it yesterday and want to thank you for the order.  We are
processing the rest of the paperwork and getting the engineering started.

Thanks again.  Talk to you soon.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] Sent: Thursday, September 22, 2016 6:34 PM
To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Subject: Re: Ready

Sorry, had to resend it because I forgot to sign it. You should have
received it today.

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

> On Sep 21, 2016, at 12:14 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
wrote:
>
> Dr. Jamil-
>
> We have received our mail for today yet still have not received the
> deposit.  What address did you send the check?
>
> Let me know please.  Thanks.
>
> Kind Regards,
>
> Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
> Project Engineer
> DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
> 800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com
>
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>
> —–Original Message—–
> From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] > Sent: Friday, September 16, 2016 2:29 PM
> To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
> Subject: Re: Ready
>
> I mailed the check yesterday.
>
> Jamil
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
>> On Sep 16, 2016, at 2:24 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
wrote:
>>
>> Hi Dr. Jamil-
>>
>> Did you send the check already or do you still have it?  Let me know
>> please.  Accounting is asking me the status because of the order we
>> placed with our suppliers and apparently we received the mail today
>> but the check was not received.
>>
>> Thanks and sorry about all this.
>>
>> Kind Regards,
>>
>> Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
>> Project Engineer
>> DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
>> 800-726-3962
>> http://www.dynadome.com
>> ozdemir@dynadome.com
>>
>> This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential,
>> proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information
>> is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated
above.
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>> the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments.
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>> intended recipient is prohibited.
>>
>> —–Original Message—–
>> From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] >> Sent: Monday, September 12, 2016 10:58 AM
>> To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
>> Cc: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>
>> Subject: Re: Ready
>>
>> Awesome! Thanks.
>>
>> Jamil
>>
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>
>>>> On Sep 12, 2016, at 10:12 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>> Dr. Jamil-
>>>
>>> I believe they were supposed to be sending us a check today to get
>>> started.  I have emailed them directly and that’s what they told me.
>>>
>>> Kind Regards,
>>>
>>> Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
>>> Project Engineer
>>> DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
>>> 800-726-3962
>>> http://www.dynadome.com
>>> ozdemir@dynadome.com
>>>
>>> This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential,
>>> proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information
>>> is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated
> above.
>>> If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify
>>> the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments.
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>>> message or any attachments by an individual or entity other than the
>>> intended recipient is prohibited.
>>>
>>> —–Original Message—–
>>> From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] >>> Sent: Monday, September 12, 2016 9:47 AM
>>> To: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>; Cihan
>>> Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
>>> Subject: Ready
>>>
>>> I think that Quicken now has everything that they need from Farmers.
>>> Are we ready to roll?
>>>
>>> Jamil
>>>
>>> Sent from my iPhone

Re: Ready

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

Sep 22, 2016 at 6:33 PM

Sorry, had to resend it because I forgot to sign it. You should have received it today.

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

> On Sep 21, 2016, at 12:14 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:
>
> Dr. Jamil-
>
> We have received our mail for today yet still have not received the
> deposit.  What address did you send the check?
>
> Let me know please.  Thanks.
>
> Kind Regards,
>
> Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
> Project Engineer
> DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
> 800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com
>
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> sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments. Any
> disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this message or any
> attachments by an individual or entity other than the intended recipient
> is prohibited.
>
> —–Original Message—–
> From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] > Sent: Friday, September 16, 2016 2:29 PM
> To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
> Subject: Re: Ready
>
> I mailed the check yesterday.
>
> Jamil
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
>> On Sep 16, 2016, at 2:24 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:
>>
>> Hi Dr. Jamil-
>>
>> Did you send the check already or do you still have it?  Let me know
>> please.  Accounting is asking me the status because of the order we
>> placed with our suppliers and apparently we received the mail today
>> but the check was not received.
>>
>> Thanks and sorry about all this.
>>
>> Kind Regards,
>>
>> Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
>> Project Engineer
>> DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
>> 800-726-3962
>> http://www.dynadome.com
>> ozdemir@dynadome.com
>>
>> This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential,
>> proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information is
>> intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated above.
>> If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify
>> the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments.
>> Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this
>> message or any attachments by an individual or entity other than the
>> intended recipient is prohibited.
>>
>> —–Original Message—–
>> From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] >> Sent: Monday, September 12, 2016 10:58 AM
>> To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
>> Cc: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>
>> Subject: Re: Ready
>>
>> Awesome! Thanks.
>>
>> Jamil
>>
>> Sent from my iPhone
>>
>>>> On Sep 12, 2016, at 10:12 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>> Dr. Jamil-
>>>
>>> I believe they were supposed to be sending us a check today to get
>>> started.  I have emailed them directly and that’s what they told me.
>>>
>>> Kind Regards,
>>>
>>> Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
>>> Project Engineer
>>> DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
>>> 800-726-3962
>>> http://www.dynadome.com
>>> ozdemir@dynadome.com
>>>
>>> This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential,
>>> proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information
>>> is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated
> above.
>>> If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify
>>> the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments.
>>> Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this
>>> message or any attachments by an individual or entity other than the
>>> intended recipient is prohibited.
>>>
>>> —–Original Message—–
>>> From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] >>> Sent: Monday, September 12, 2016 9:47 AM
>>> To: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>; Cihan
>>> Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
>>> Subject: Ready
>>>
>>> I think that Quicken now has everything that they need from Farmers.
>>> Are we ready to roll?
>>>
>>> Jamil
>>>
>>> Sent from my iPhone

RE: Ready

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Sep 21, 2016 at 12:14 PM

Dr. Jamil-

We have received our mail for today yet still have not received the
deposit.  What address did you send the check?

Let me know please.  Thanks.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] Sent: Friday, September 16, 2016 2:29 PM
To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Subject: Re: Ready

I mailed the check yesterday.

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

> On Sep 16, 2016, at 2:24 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:
>
> Hi Dr. Jamil-
>
> Did you send the check already or do you still have it?  Let me know
> please.  Accounting is asking me the status because of the order we
> placed with our suppliers and apparently we received the mail today
> but the check was not received.
>
> Thanks and sorry about all this.
>
> Kind Regards,
>
> Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
> Project Engineer
> DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
> 800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com
>
> This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential,
> proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information is
> intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated above.
> If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify
> the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments.
> Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this
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> intended recipient is prohibited.
>
> —–Original Message—–
> From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] > Sent: Monday, September 12, 2016 10:58 AM
> To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
> Cc: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>
> Subject: Re: Ready
>
> Awesome! Thanks.
>
> Jamil
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
>>> On Sep 12, 2016, at 10:12 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>> Dr. Jamil-
>>
>> I believe they were supposed to be sending us a check today to get
>> started.  I have emailed them directly and that’s what they told me.
>>
>> Kind Regards,
>>
>> Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
>> Project Engineer
>> DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
>> 800-726-3962
>> http://www.dynadome.com
>> ozdemir@dynadome.com
>>
>> This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential,
>> proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information
>> is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated
above.
>> If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify
>> the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments.
>> Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this
>> message or any attachments by an individual or entity other than the
>> intended recipient is prohibited.
>>
>> —–Original Message—–
>> From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] >> Sent: Monday, September 12, 2016 9:47 AM
>> To: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>; Cihan
>> Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
>> Subject: Ready
>>
>> I think that Quicken now has everything that they need from Farmers.
>> Are we ready to roll?
>>
>> Jamil
>>
>> Sent from my iPhone

RE: Ready

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Sep 16, 2016 at 2:30 PM

Ok, I will let them know.  Thank you so much.  I hope we can get this
installed before Thanksgiving.  I’m hopeful!

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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—–Original Message—–
From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] Sent: Friday, September 16, 2016 2:29 PM
To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Subject: Re: Ready

I mailed the check yesterday.

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

> On Sep 16, 2016, at 2:24 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:
>
> Hi Dr. Jamil-
>
> Did you send the check already or do you still have it?  Let me know
> please.  Accounting is asking me the status because of the order we
> placed with our suppliers and apparently we received the mail today
> but the check was not received.
>
> Thanks and sorry about all this.
>
> Kind Regards,
>
> Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
> Project Engineer
> DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
> 800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com
>
> This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential,
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> Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this
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>
> —–Original Message—–
> From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] > Sent: Monday, September 12, 2016 10:58 AM
> To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
> Cc: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>
> Subject: Re: Ready
>
> Awesome! Thanks.
>
> Jamil
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
>>> On Sep 12, 2016, at 10:12 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>> Dr. Jamil-
>>
>> I believe they were supposed to be sending us a check today to get
>> started.  I have emailed them directly and that’s what they told me.
>>
>> Kind Regards,
>>
>> Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
>> Project Engineer
>> DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
>> 800-726-3962
>> http://www.dynadome.com
>> ozdemir@dynadome.com
>>
>> This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential,
>> proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information
>> is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated
above.
>> If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify
>> the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments.
>> Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this
>> message or any attachments by an individual or entity other than the
>> intended recipient is prohibited.
>>
>> —–Original Message—–
>> From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] >> Sent: Monday, September 12, 2016 9:47 AM
>> To: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>; Cihan
>> Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
>> Subject: Ready
>>
>> I think that Quicken now has everything that they need from Farmers.
>> Are we ready to roll?
>>
>> Jamil
>>
>> Sent from my iPhone

Re: Ready

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

Sep 16, 2016 at 2:29 PM

I mailed the check yesterday.

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

> On Sep 16, 2016, at 2:24 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:
>
> Hi Dr. Jamil-
>
> Did you send the check already or do you still have it?  Let me know
> please.  Accounting is asking me the status because of the order we placed
> with our suppliers and apparently we received the mail today but the check
> was not received.
>
> Thanks and sorry about all this.
>
> Kind Regards,
>
> Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
> Project Engineer
> DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
> 800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com
>
> This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential,
> proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information is
> intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated above.
> If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify the
> sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments. Any
> disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this message or any
> attachments by an individual or entity other than the intended recipient
> is prohibited.
>
> —–Original Message—–
> From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] > Sent: Monday, September 12, 2016 10:58 AM
> To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
> Cc: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>
> Subject: Re: Ready
>
> Awesome! Thanks.
>
> Jamil
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
>>> On Sep 12, 2016, at 10:12 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>> Dr. Jamil-
>>
>> I believe they were supposed to be sending us a check today to get
>> started.  I have emailed them directly and that’s what they told me.
>>
>> Kind Regards,
>>
>> Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
>> Project Engineer
>> DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
>> 800-726-3962
>> http://www.dynadome.com
>> ozdemir@dynadome.com
>>
>> This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential,
>> proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information is
>> intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated above.
>> If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify
>> the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments.
>> Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this
>> message or any attachments by an individual or entity other than the
>> intended recipient is prohibited.
>>
>> —–Original Message—–
>> From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] >> Sent: Monday, September 12, 2016 9:47 AM
>> To: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>; Cihan
>> Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
>> Subject: Ready
>>
>> I think that Quicken now has everything that they need from Farmers.
>> Are we ready to roll?
>>
>> Jamil
>>
>> Sent from my iPhone

RE: Ready

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Sep 16, 2016 at 2:24 PM

Hi Dr. Jamil-

Did you send the check already or do you still have it?  Let me know
please.  Accounting is asking me the status because of the order we placed
with our suppliers and apparently we received the mail today but the check
was not received.

Thanks and sorry about all this.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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is prohibited.

—–Original Message—–
From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] Sent: Monday, September 12, 2016 10:58 AM
To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Cc: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>
Subject: Re: Ready

Awesome! Thanks.

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

> On Sep 12, 2016, at 10:12 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
wrote:
>
> Dr. Jamil-
>
> I believe they were supposed to be sending us a check today to get
> started.  I have emailed them directly and that’s what they told me.
>
> Kind Regards,
>
> Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
> Project Engineer
> DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
> 800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com
>
> This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential,
> proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information is
> intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated above.
> If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify
> the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments.
> Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this
> message or any attachments by an individual or entity other than the
> intended recipient is prohibited.
>
> —–Original Message—–
> From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] > Sent: Monday, September 12, 2016 9:47 AM
> To: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>; Cihan
> Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
> Subject: Ready
>
> I think that Quicken now has everything that they need from Farmers.
> Are we ready to roll?
>
> Jamil
>
> Sent from my iPhone

Re: Check

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Justin EverlastRenovation<justin@everlastrenovation.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Sep 14, 2016 at 5:34 PM

We should have the permit towards the end of the week. We will start bringing over some equipment early next week. We will start building the floor protection and scaffolding towards the middle of the week and will start the demolition of the structure late next week or early the following. I have not gotten a response from Farmers or Quicken to let me know how the payments are going to be distributed. Most of Dynadomes money is due upon delivery so I just wanted to make sure we had the funds in place for  that payment. Let me know if you have confirmed that payment will be ready or if I need to reach out to Farmers or Quicken for that information. If you would like to meet to give me the down payment let me know when you are available and I can come meet you. I will arrange to get Dynadome their down payment to secure there services then.

Thank you.

Justin Cagle (847-863-0927)

 

 

 

On Wed, Sep 14, 2016 at 10:11 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I just got the first check for 37K from Quicken. Do you want to pick it up for Cihan Justin, or how’s the best way to handle it? Any anticipated start date yet?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

 

Re: Ready

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Justin EverlastRenovation

Sep 12, 2016 at 12:32 PM

I’ll call Quicken now.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Sep 12, 2016, at 11:28 AM, Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com> wrote:

Quicken loans sent me an e mail stating that they needed your permission to discus the payment distribution and I have not heard back since.

I will get another plot of survey at which point I will be able to get the demolition permit and get started. as soon as Dynadome has the structure removed we will need their architectural drawings to get the permit to install the structure.

 

On Mon, Sep 12, 2016 at 9:47 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I think that Quicken now has everything that they need from Farmers. Are we ready to roll?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

 

Re: Ready

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Justin EverlastRenovation<justin@everlastrenovation.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Sep 12, 2016 at 11:28 AM

Quicken loans sent me an e mail stating that they needed your permission to discus the payment distribution and I have not heard back since.

I will get another plot of survey at which point I will be able to get the demolition permit and get started. as soon as Dynadome has the structure removed we will need their architectural drawings to get the permit to install the structure.

 

On Mon, Sep 12, 2016 at 9:47 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I think that Quicken now has everything that they need from Farmers. Are we ready to roll?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

 

Re: Ready

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

Cc:Justin EverlastRenovation

Sep 12, 2016 at 10:58 AM

Awesome! Thanks.

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

> On Sep 12, 2016, at 10:12 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:
>
> Dr. Jamil-
>
> I believe they were supposed to be sending us a check today to get
> started.  I have emailed them directly and that’s what they told me.
>
> Kind Regards,
>
> Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
> Project Engineer
> DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
> 800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com
>
> This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential,
> proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information is
> intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated above.
> If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify the
> sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments. Any
> disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this message or any
> attachments by an individual or entity other than the intended recipient
> is prohibited.
>
> —–Original Message—–
> From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] > Sent: Monday, September 12, 2016 9:47 AM
> To: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>; Cihan
> Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
> Subject: Ready
>
> I think that Quicken now has everything that they need from Farmers. Are
> we ready to roll?
>
> Jamil
>
> Sent from my iPhone

RE: Ready

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Yahoo Account,Justin EverlastRenovation

Sep 12, 2016 at 10:12 AM

Dr. Jamil-

I believe they were supposed to be sending us a check today to get
started.  I have emailed them directly and that’s what they told me.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments. Any
disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this message or any
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is prohibited.

—–Original Message—–
From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] Sent: Monday, September 12, 2016 9:47 AM
To: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>; Cihan
Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Subject: Ready

I think that Quicken now has everything that they need from Farmers. Are
we ready to roll?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

Ready

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Justin EverlastRenovation,Cihan Ozdemir

Sep 12, 2016 at 9:47 AM

I think that Quicken now has everything that they need from Farmers. Are we ready to roll?

 

Jamil

 

Sent from my iPhone

Claim docs

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Tara Stanley<tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>

To:DRJAMIL1976@YAHOO.COM

Sep 9, 2016 at 2:57 PM

I received a message from Justin at Everlast requesting a copy of the estimate.  I just need your approval to send the paperwork to a vendor/contractor before I can send anything.  Let me know if you are okay with that or if you want to forward the email I sent you yesterday that is fine too.

The email address he wants me to send it to is
justin@everlastrenovation.com

Thank you

Tara Stanley
Special Claims Adjuster
Property

Farmers Insurance
4225 Naperville Road,  Suite 350,  Lisle, Illinois  60532
Tel: (913) 991-6128    Fax: (877) 217-1389
tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
www.farmers.com

*****  PLEASE NOTE *****  This E-Mail/telefax message and any documents accompanying this transmission may contain privileged and/or confidential information and is intended solely for the addressee(s) named above.  If you are not the intended addressee/recipient, you are hereby notified that any use of, disclosure, copying, distribution, or reliance on the contents of this E-Mail/telefax information is strictly prohibited and may result in legal action against you. Please reply to the sender advising of the error in transmission and immediately delete/destroy the message and any accompanying documents.  Thank you.*****

RE: Repair estimate

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Sep 8, 2016 at 10:08 AM

Thank you!

 

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] Sent: Thursday, September 08, 2016 9:27 AM
To: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Subject: Fwd: Repair estimate

 

Here you go.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

Begin forwarded message:

From: Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>
Date: September 8, 2016 at 9:21:45 AM CDT
To: jeffpauli@quickenloans.com
Cc: DRJAMIL1976@YAHOO.COMfixmyhouse@quickenloans.com
Subject: Repair estimate

Attached is a copy of the most recent estimate of repairs for the pool enclosure.

Tara Stanley
Special Claims Adjuster
Property

Farmers Insurance
4225 Naperville Road,  Suite 350,  Lisle, Illinois  60532
Tel: (913) 991-6128    Fax: (877) 217-1389
tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
www.farmers.com

*****  PLEASE NOTE *****  This E-Mail/telefax message and any documents accompanying this transmission may contain privileged and/or confidential information and is intended solely for the addressee(s) named above.  If you are not the intended addressee/recipient, you are hereby notified that any use of, disclosure, copying, distribution, or reliance on the contents of this E-Mail/telefax information is strictly prohibited and may result in legal action against you. Please reply to the sender advising of the error in transmission and immediately delete/destroy the message and any accompanying documents.  Thank you.*****

Re: Repair estimate

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Tara Stanley

Sep 8, 2016 at 9:26 AM

Thanks!

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Sep 8, 2016, at 9:21 AM, Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com> wrote:

Attached is a copy of the most recent estimate of repairs for the pool enclosure.

Tara Stanley
Special Claims Adjuster
Property

Farmers Insurance
4225 Naperville Road,  Suite 350,  Lisle, Illinois  60532
Tel: (913) 991-6128    Fax: (877) 217-1389
tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
www.farmers.com

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<JAMIL ABDURRAHMAN Pool enclosure estimate.pdf>

Fwd: Repair estimate

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

Sep 8, 2016 at 9:26 AM

Here you go.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

Begin forwarded message:

From: Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>
Date: September 8, 2016 at 9:21:45 AM CDT
To: jeffpauli@quickenloans.com
Cc: DRJAMIL1976@YAHOO.COMfixmyhouse@quickenloans.com
Subject: Repair estimate

Attached is a copy of the most recent estimate of repairs for the pool enclosure.

Tara Stanley
Special Claims Adjuster
Property

Farmers Insurance
4225 Naperville Road,  Suite 350,  Lisle, Illinois  60532
Tel: (913) 991-6128    Fax: (877) 217-1389
tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
www.farmers.com

*****  PLEASE NOTE *****  This E-Mail/telefax message and any documents accompanying this transmission may contain privileged and/or confidential information and is intended solely for the addressee(s) named above.  If you are not the intended addressee/recipient, you are hereby notified that any use of, disclosure, copying, distribution, or reliance on the contents of this E-Mail/telefax information is strictly prohibited and may result in legal action against you. Please reply to the sender advising of the error in transmission and immediately delete/destroy the message and any accompanying documents.  Thank you.*****

JAMIL ABDURRAHMAN Pool enclosure estimate.pdf

1.2MB

 

Repair estimate

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Tara Stanley<tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>

To:jeffpauli@quickenloans.com

Cc:DRJAMIL1976@YAHOO.COM,fixmyhouse@quickenloans.com

Sep 8, 2016 at 9:21 AM

Attached is a copy of the most recent estimate of repairs for the pool enclosure.

Tara Stanley
Special Claims Adjuster
Property

Farmers Insurance
4225 Naperville Road,  Suite 350,  Lisle, Illinois  60532
Tel: (913) 991-6128    Fax: (877) 217-1389
tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
www.farmers.com

*****  PLEASE NOTE *****  This E-Mail/telefax message and any documents accompanying this transmission may contain privileged and/or confidential information and is intended solely for the addressee(s) named above.  If you are not the intended addressee/recipient, you are hereby notified that any use of, disclosure, copying, distribution, or reliance on the contents of this E-Mail/telefax information is strictly prohibited and may result in legal action against you. Please reply to the sender advising of the error in transmission and immediately delete/destroy the message and any accompanying documents.  Thank you.*****

JAMIL ABDURRAHMAN Pool enclosure estimate.pdf

1.2MB

 

Re: Meeting

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Justin EverlastRenovation<justin@everlastrenovation.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Aug 11, 2016 at 8:39 AM

Cihan.

I don’t think we are ready to order the materials yet. When we spoke in person you mentioned the materials would not be ordered until the existing structure had been removed. You stated that you needed to measure the area after the structure was removed to get accurate measurements for the order. We are getting together today to go over the details of the contract which is not finalized yet nor has there been any payments exchanged to date.  It looks like things will be moving forward in the very near future but I do not believe we are ready to order the materals quite yet.

 

 

On Thu, Aug 11, 2016 at 8:16 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

How about 2:30?

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Aug 11, 2016, at 8:02 AM, Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com > wrote:

sorry for the delay in my response.

I would like Ivan to be present when we meet to go over the details. He is not available today until after 11:30 if that is still possible?

I don’t believe Dynadome needs to be present for this meeting in person. It sounds like Dynadome is still going to make  alterations to the final plans once the existing structure has been removed. This meeting is just to make sure the details of the job are correctly written in the contract.

 

On Wed, Aug 10, 2016 at 12:56 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I don’t think so. Justin?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

> On Aug 10, 2016, at 11:16 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:
>
> Do you need DynaDome at the meeting?  I won’t be available tomorrow.
>
> Kind Regards,
>
> Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
> Project Engineer
> DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
> 800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com
>
> This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential,
> proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information is
> intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated above.
> If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify the
> sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments. Any
> disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this message or any
> attachments by an individual or entity other than the intended recipient
> is prohibited.
>
> —–Original Message—–
> From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] > Sent: Wednesday, August 10, 2016 11:12 AM
> To: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com >
> Cc: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
> Subject: Meeting
>
> Justin I am available to meet tomorrow in the early morning, early
> afternoon. I received the initial check from Farmers for your portion of
> the work. I’ve sent it into Quicken. Hopefully we’re all just about ready
> to roll.
>
> Jamil
>
> Sent from my iPhone

 

 

Re: Meeting

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Justin EverlastRenovation<justin@everlastrenovation.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Aug 11, 2016 at 8:24 AM

That works. see you at 2:30

 

On Thu, Aug 11, 2016 at 8:16 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

How about 2:30?

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Aug 11, 2016, at 8:02 AM, Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com > wrote:

sorry for the delay in my response.

I would like Ivan to be present when we meet to go over the details. He is not available today until after 11:30 if that is still possible?

I don’t believe Dynadome needs to be present for this meeting in person. It sounds like Dynadome is still going to make  alterations to the final plans once the existing structure has been removed. This meeting is just to make sure the details of the job are correctly written in the contract.

 

On Wed, Aug 10, 2016 at 12:56 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I don’t think so. Justin?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

> On Aug 10, 2016, at 11:16 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:
>
> Do you need DynaDome at the meeting?  I won’t be available tomorrow.
>
> Kind Regards,
>
> Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
> Project Engineer
> DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
> 800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com
>
> This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential,
> proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information is
> intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated above.
> If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify the
> sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments. Any
> disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this message or any
> attachments by an individual or entity other than the intended recipient
> is prohibited.
>
> —–Original Message—–
> From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] > Sent: Wednesday, August 10, 2016 11:12 AM
> To: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com >
> Cc: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
> Subject: Meeting
>
> Justin I am available to meet tomorrow in the early morning, early
> afternoon. I received the initial check from Farmers for your portion of
> the work. I’ve sent it into Quicken. Hopefully we’re all just about ready
> to roll.
>
> Jamil
>
> Sent from my iPhone

 

 

Re: Meeting

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Justin EverlastRenovation

Cc:Cihan Ozdemir

Aug 11, 2016 at 8:16 AM

How about 2:30?

 

Jamil

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On Aug 11, 2016, at 8:02 AM, Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com> wrote:

sorry for the delay in my response.

I would like Ivan to be present when we meet to go over the details. He is not available today until after 11:30 if that is still possible?

I don’t believe Dynadome needs to be present for this meeting in person. It sounds like Dynadome is still going to make  alterations to the final plans once the existing structure has been removed. This meeting is just to make sure the details of the job are correctly written in the contract.

 

On Wed, Aug 10, 2016 at 12:56 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I don’t think so. Justin?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

> On Aug 10, 2016, at 11:16 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:
>
> Do you need DynaDome at the meeting?  I won’t be available tomorrow.
>
> Kind Regards,
>
> Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
> Project Engineer
> DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
> 800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com
>
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> From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] > Sent: Wednesday, August 10, 2016 11:12 AM
> To: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com >
> Cc: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
> Subject: Meeting
>
> Justin I am available to meet tomorrow in the early morning, early
> afternoon. I received the initial check from Farmers for your portion of
> the work. I’ve sent it into Quicken. Hopefully we’re all just about ready
> to roll.
>
> Jamil
>
> Sent from my iPhone

 

RE: Meeting

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Justin EverlastRenovation,Yahoo Account

Aug 11, 2016 at 8:05 AM

Justin-

 

Thanks.  That is correct.  We will evaluate the conditions after the existing structure is removed and modify plans accordingly.

 

Can we go ahead and order material for the project?  Lead times are quite long this time of year and I don’t want this to stretch into October/November.

 

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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From: Justin EverlastRenovation [mailto:justin@everlastrenovation.com] Sent: Thursday, August 11, 2016 8:03 AM
To: Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>
Cc: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Subject: Re: Meeting

 

sorry for the delay in my response.

I would like Ivan to be present when we meet to go over the details. He is not available today until after 11:30 if that is still possible?

I don’t believe Dynadome needs to be present for this meeting in person. It sounds like Dynadome is still going to make  alterations to the final plans once the existing structure has been removed. This meeting is just to make sure the details of the job are correctly written in the contract.

 

On Wed, Aug 10, 2016 at 12:56 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I don’t think so. Justin?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

> On Aug 10, 2016, at 11:16 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:
>
> Do you need DynaDome at the meeting?  I won’t be available tomorrow.
>
> Kind Regards,
>
> Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
> Project Engineer
> DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
> 800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com
>
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> —–Original Message—–
> From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] > Sent: Wednesday, August 10, 2016 11:12 AM
> To: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>
> Cc: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
> Subject: Meeting
>
> Justin I am available to meet tomorrow in the early morning, early
> afternoon. I received the initial check from Farmers for your portion of
> the work. I’ve sent it into Quicken. Hopefully we’re all just about ready
> to roll.
>
> Jamil
>
> Sent from my iPhone

 

 

Re: Meeting

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Justin EverlastRenovation<justin@everlastrenovation.com>

To:Yahoo Account

Cc:Cihan Ozdemir

Aug 11, 2016 at 8:02 AM

sorry for the delay in my response.

I would like Ivan to be present when we meet to go over the details. He is not available today until after 11:30 if that is still possible?

I don’t believe Dynadome needs to be present for this meeting in person. It sounds like Dynadome is still going to make  alterations to the final plans once the existing structure has been removed. This meeting is just to make sure the details of the job are correctly written in the contract.

 

On Wed, Aug 10, 2016 at 12:56 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I don’t think so. Justin?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

> On Aug 10, 2016, at 11:16 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:
>
> Do you need DynaDome at the meeting?  I won’t be available tomorrow.
>
> Kind Regards,
>
> Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
> Project Engineer
> DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
> 800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com
>
> This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential,
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> —–Original Message—–
> From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] > Sent: Wednesday, August 10, 2016 11:12 AM
> To: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com >
> Cc: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
> Subject: Meeting
>
> Justin I am available to meet tomorrow in the early morning, early
> afternoon. I received the initial check from Farmers for your portion of
> the work. I’ve sent it into Quicken. Hopefully we’re all just about ready
> to roll.
>
> Jamil
>
> Sent from my iPhone

 

 

Re: Meeting

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Cihan Ozdemir

Cc:Justin EverlastRenovation

Aug 10, 2016 at 12:56 PM

I don’t think so. Justin?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

> On Aug 10, 2016, at 11:16 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:
>
> Do you need DynaDome at the meeting?  I won’t be available tomorrow.
>
> Kind Regards,
>
> Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
> Project Engineer
> DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
> 800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com
>
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>
> —–Original Message—–
> From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] > Sent: Wednesday, August 10, 2016 11:12 AM
> To: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>
> Cc: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
> Subject: Meeting
>
> Justin I am available to meet tomorrow in the early morning, early
> afternoon. I received the initial check from Farmers for your portion of
> the work. I’ve sent it into Quicken. Hopefully we’re all just about ready
> to roll.
>
> Jamil
>
> Sent from my iPhone

RE: Meeting

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:Yahoo Account,Justin EverlastRenovation

Aug 10, 2016 at 11:16 AM

Do you need DynaDome at the meeting?  I won’t be available tomorrow.

Kind Regards,

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir
Project Engineer
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
800-726-3962
http://www.dynadome.com
ozdemir@dynadome.com

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—–Original Message—–
From: Yahoo Account [mailto:drjamil1976@yahoo.com] Sent: Wednesday, August 10, 2016 11:12 AM
To: Justin EverlastRenovation <justin@everlastrenovation.com>
Cc: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>
Subject: Meeting

Justin I am available to meet tomorrow in the early morning, early
afternoon. I received the initial check from Farmers for your portion of
the work. I’ve sent it into Quicken. Hopefully we’re all just about ready
to roll.

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

 

Meeting

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:Justin EverlastRenovation

Cc:Cihan Ozdemir

Aug 10, 2016 at 11:11 AM

Justin I am available to meet tomorrow in the early morning, early afternoon. I received the initial check from Farmers for your portion of the work. I’ve sent it into Quicken. Hopefully we’re all just about ready to roll.

 

Jamil

 

Sent from my iPhone

Update

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:ozdemir@dynadome.com,justin@everlastrenovation.com

Jul 19, 2016 at 1:09 PM

How are we looking with the planning? Has Farmers accepted your proposal Justin? Any preliminary schedule for the demo and rebuild?

 

Jamil

 

Sent from my iPhone

Update

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:justin@everlastrenovation.com

Jun 30, 2016 at 8:58 AM

Hi Justin. Any update on the pool house project? I haven’t heard anything recently? Were you able to get your proposal and documents over to Farmers? I know that they’re looking for those so that they can budget your portion.

 

Jamil

 

Sent from my iPhone

Re: [Tiny Scanner] Doc May 17, 2016, 13:55

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:drjamil1976@yahoo.com

May 26, 2016 at 9:04 AM

Ok.  Thank you!  I was going to follow up with you again today.  No problem.  Thanks for the explanation.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Thu, May 26, 2016 at 9:03 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

Sorry for the delay in responding. I had to unexpectedly leave town for a few days. When I returned the check that we had gotten from farmers and deposited into the bank has been sent back because apparently our lender (or a representative from our lender) has to sign the check as well. My wife is going to try and get someone from Quicken to take care of that today. Once they have signed the check will deposit it and I hope to send a check to you no later than next week.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On May 20, 2016, at 10:56 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

I have been preparing for a major trade show at McCormick this week so I apologize for not getting back to you sooner.  I have a message that your contractor called about the number of guys needed and whether or not the steel beam needed to be removed or could be kept in place.  That is all that I know about right now with the contractor and any notes.

 

I have not received any payment yet in the mail and we did receive today’s mail.  Was it mailed USPS or UPS/Fedex?

 

Did you find out if you needed a permit for the new enclosure?  I know you said you needed a demo permit, but I couldn’t recall if you needed a permit for the DynaDome enclosure.

 

Let me know.  Thanks

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Tue, May 17, 2016 at 1:56 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I’ve attached a copy of the signature page of the contract. I will snail mail the original to you. I spoke with the builder who will likely do the demo. He said he would call you. Did he reach out to you today?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

 

 

Re: [Tiny Scanner] Doc May 17, 2016, 13:55

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:ozdemir@dynadome.com

May 26, 2016 at 9:03 AM

Sorry for the delay in responding. I had to unexpectedly leave town for a few days. When I returned the check that we had gotten from farmers and deposited into the bank has been sent back because apparently our lender (or a representative from our lender) has to sign the check as well. My wife is going to try and get someone from Quicken to take care of that today. Once they have signed the check will deposit it and I hope to send a check to you no later than next week.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On May 20, 2016, at 10:56 AM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Jamil-

 

I have been preparing for a major trade show at McCormick this week so I apologize for not getting back to you sooner.  I have a message that your contractor called about the number of guys needed and whether or not the steel beam needed to be removed or could be kept in place.  That is all that I know about right now with the contractor and any notes.

 

I have not received any payment yet in the mail and we did receive today’s mail.  Was it mailed USPS or UPS/Fedex?

 

Did you find out if you needed a permit for the new enclosure?  I know you said you needed a demo permit, but I couldn’t recall if you needed a permit for the DynaDome enclosure.

 

Let me know.  Thanks

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Tue, May 17, 2016 at 1:56 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I’ve attached a copy of the signature page of the contract. I will snail mail the original to you. I spoke with the builder who will likely do the demo. He said he would call you. Did he reach out to you today?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

 

Re: Contact information

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:drjamil1976@yahoo.com

Apr 27, 2016 at 2:42 PM

Jamil-

 

Thanks for Tara’s information.

 

You would be obtaining the permit for the work that needs to be done including the new enclosure.  We will provide you with engineered plans within 2 weeks of placing the order.  With the plans, you will submit for permit as owner/contractor with the county.

 

As far as the demo work that needs to be done, i would assume that whoever bids the work for the demo will also file for the permit so the county knows who did the work.  Not sure why but it actually is put in place to protect the homeowner.

 

Let me know if you need additional information.  Thanks.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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On Wed, Apr 27, 2016 at 2:11 PM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I’ve attached the contact info for the insurance agent. I also had a contractor by the house today to look at the poorhouse. I gave him your contact info. I’ve also spoken with Lake County and they’ve said that we need a permit to demo and rebuild the “exact same structure”. Should I apply for that or do you handle that? Thanks.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

Begin forwarded message:

From: Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>
Date: April 27, 2016 at 1:58:06 PM CDT
To: DRJAMIL1976@YAHOO.COM
Subject: Contact information

My phone number, fax and email are provided below my signature block

Tara Stanley
Special Claims Adjuster
Property

Farmers Insurance
4225 Naperville Road,  Suite 350,  Lisle, Illinois  60532
Tel: (913) 991-6128    Fax: (877) 217-1389
tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
www.farmers.com

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Fwd: Contact information

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:ozdemir@dynadome.com

Apr 27, 2016 at 2:11 PM

I’ve attached the contact info for the insurance agent. I also had a contractor by the house today to look at the poorhouse. I gave him your contact info. I’ve also spoken with Lake County and they’ve said that we need a permit to demo and rebuild the “exact same structure”. Should I apply for that or do you handle that? Thanks.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

Begin forwarded message:

From: Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>
Date: April 27, 2016 at 1:58:06 PM CDT
To: DRJAMIL1976@YAHOO.COM
Subject: Contact information

My phone number, fax and email are provided below my signature block

Tara Stanley
Special Claims Adjuster
Property

Farmers Insurance
4225 Naperville Road,  Suite 350,  Lisle, Illinois  60532
Tel: (913) 991-6128    Fax: (877) 217-1389
tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
www.farmers.com

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Re: Contact information

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com

Apr 27, 2016 at 2:09 PM

Thanks

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Apr 27, 2016, at 1:58 PM, Tara Stanley <tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com> wrote:

My phone number, fax and email are provided below my signature block

Tara Stanley
Special Claims Adjuster
Property

Farmers Insurance
4225 Naperville Road,  Suite 350,  Lisle, Illinois  60532
Tel: (913) 991-6128    Fax: (877) 217-1389
tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
www.farmers.com

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Contact information

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Tara Stanley<tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com>

To:DRJAMIL1976@YAHOO.COM

Apr 27, 2016 at 1:58 PM

My phone number, fax and email are provided below my signature block

Tara Stanley
Special Claims Adjuster
Property

Farmers Insurance
4225 Naperville Road,  Suite 350,  Lisle, Illinois  60532
Tel: (913) 991-6128    Fax: (877) 217-1389
tara.stanley@farmersinsurance.com
www.farmers.com

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DynaDome & Farmers Insurance…

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:drjamil1976@yahoo.com

Apr 25, 2016 at 12:28 PM

Hi Dr. Jamil-

 

Please forward me the contact information for the insurance agent in case I need to contact them for any reason.

 

Thanks.

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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Re: DynaDome Proposal…

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:jermey.ottaway@farmersinsurance.com

Mar 22, 2016 at 5:02 PM

Thanks so much for your help.

 

Jamil

 

Sent from my iPhone

 

> On Mar 22, 2016, at 4:11 PM, Jermey L Ottaway <jermey.ottaway@farmersinsurance.com> wrote:

>

>

> Jamil,

>

> I spoke with a few people in the Illinois Claims Office and I have them

> turning over stones to find if there is a vendor out there that can help.

> I’ve had your claim Re-assigned to the local adjuster.  His name is Nathan

> O’Donnell, his phone number is (630) 607-8440.  I was told by the office

> that he is on vacation and will be returning Monday.  So you can expect a

> call then.  Once again, we will do anything we can to find the best

> solution for you, I just wish we could figure out what company made that

> enclosure, that would go a long way I’m sure!  If there is anything I can

> do for you prior to Nathan getting in touch with you, please don’t hesitate

> to call me.  Thanks again!

> __________________________________

> Jermey Ottaway

> Special Field Claims Representative

> Farmers Claims

>

> Farmers Insurance

> PO Box 268994

> Oklahoma City, OK  73126-8994

> Cell: (248) 974-2451

> Fax: (877) 217-1389

jermey.ottaway@farmersinsurance.com

> www.farmers.com

> —– Forwarded by Jermey L Ottaway/HPCS/Farmers/USA/Zurich on 03/22/2016

> 05:07 PM —–

>

> From:    Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

> To:    jermey.ottaway@farmersinsurance.com,

> Date:    03/17/2016 07:44 PM

> Subject:    Fwd: DynaDome Proposal…

>

>

>

> I’ve forwarded the proposal from Dynadome. As you can see they’ve put

> together a proposal for replacing the entire structure, and this is what

> I’ve been running into time and time again. I’m not sure where to go from

> here?

>

> Jamil

>

> Sent from my iPhone

>

> Begin forwarded message:

>

>      From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>

>      Date: March 17, 2016 at 6:25:58 PM CDT

>      To: drjamil1976@yahoo.com

>      Subject: DynaDome Proposal…

>

>

>

>      Hi Dr. Jamil-

>

>

>

>

>

>      I apologize for the delay in my response.

>

>

>

>

>

>      Please see the attached proposal for your review with the insurance

>      company.

>

>

>

>

>

>      Let me know if you need additional information.

>

>

>

>

>

>      Kind Regards,

>

>

>

>

>

>      Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

>

>

>      Project Engineer

>

>

>      DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

>

>

>      800-726-3962

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Fw: DynaDome Proposal…

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Jermey L Ottaway<jermey.ottaway@farmersinsurance.com>

To:drjamil1976@yahoo.com

Mar 22, 2016 at 4:11 PM

 

Jamil,

 

I spoke with a few people in the Illinois Claims Office and I have them

turning over stones to find if there is a vendor out there that can help.

I’ve had your claim Re-assigned to the local adjuster.  His name is Nathan

O’Donnell, his phone number is (630) 607-8440.  I was told by the office

that he is on vacation and will be returning Monday.  So you can expect a

call then.  Once again, we will do anything we can to find the best

solution for you, I just wish we could figure out what company made that

enclosure, that would go a long way I’m sure!  If there is anything I can

do for you prior to Nathan getting in touch with you, please don’t hesitate

to call me.  Thanks again!

__________________________________

Jermey Ottaway

Special Field Claims Representative

Farmers Claims

 

Farmers Insurance

PO Box 268994

Oklahoma City, OK  73126-8994

Cell: (248) 974-2451

Fax: (877) 217-1389

jermey.ottaway@farmersinsurance.com

www.farmers.com

—– Forwarded by Jermey L Ottaway/HPCS/Farmers/USA/Zurich on 03/22/2016

05:07 PM —–

 

From:    Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:    jermey.ottaway@farmersinsurance.com,

Date:    03/17/2016 07:44 PM

Subject:    Fwd: DynaDome Proposal…

 

 

 

I’ve forwarded the proposal from Dynadome. As you can see they’ve put

together a proposal for replacing the entire structure, and this is what

I’ve been running into time and time again. I’m not sure where to go from

here?

 

Jamil

 

Sent from my iPhone

 

Begin forwarded message:

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>

Date: March 17, 2016 at 6:25:58 PM CDT

To: drjamil1976@yahoo.com

Subject: DynaDome Proposal…

 

 

 

Hi Dr. Jamil-

 

 

 

 

 

I apologize for the delay in my response.

 

 

 

 

 

Please see the attached proposal for your review with the insurance

company.

 

 

 

 

 

Let me know if you need additional information.

 

 

 

 

 

Kind Regards,

 

 

 

 

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

 

 

Project Engineer

 

 

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

 

 

800-726-3962

 

 

http://www.dynadome.com

 

 

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

 

 

 

 

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  • Jermey L Ottaway<jermey.ottaway@farmersinsurance.com>

To:drjamil1976@yahoo.com

Mar 22, 2016 at 3:10 PM

Jamil,

 

I didn’t realize that roof was retractable.  I wish I had more answers for you.  I simply do not know of any vendors who can help you.  I’m not local to the area however, so I think the best course of action is for me to get you set back up with someone in the Illinois claims office.  I’m going to send the request that your claim be assigned to someone local and they may even come back out to your house with a vendor if they can find one.  I think this is the best course of action to help with your problem and get that fixed, however the solution needs to be addressed.  I’m assuming someone will reach out to you within the next couple of days.  If you need anything in the mean time don’t hesitate to call me.  I hope we can get this figured out for you.

__________________________________
Jermey Ottaway
Special Field Claims Representative
Farmers Claims

Farmers Insurance
PO Box 268994
Oklahoma City, OK 73126-8994
Cell: (248) 974-2451
Fax: (877) 217-1389
jermey.ottaway@farmersinsurance.com
www.farmers.com

On Mar 22, 2016, at 9:46 AM, Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

The structure does actually have a retractable roof and I agree that the walls are not damaged. But this is what we’ve been running into with everyone that we’ve been calling. So I guess we need your help. I’ll call some greenhouse and solarium companies, but is there something you can do on your end?

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Mar 22, 2016, at 8:25 AM, Jermey L Ottaway <jermey.ottaway@farmersinsurance.com> wrote:

 

Hello,

 

I have reviewed this and looked over the estimate.  I’m not sure how this

type of structure is like kind and quality, which is what we would owe for.

There is no damage to the walls, looking at the structure the framing is

not damaged, why would an entire structure need to be replaced.  Secondly,

the estimate is showing for retractable roof, which indicates some type of

mechanical roofing system that opens and closes.  This does not seem to be

LKQ at all, we would need an estimate for like kind and quality materials.

If it is impossible to find a material like the one that is currently on

the roof of the pool it may be best to talk to a glass expert and find some

sort of plexiglass that can replace the current roofing system.  I’d say

speaking to a greenhouse or solarium company may be your best bet.

 

Thanks,

__________________________________

Jermey Ottaway

Special Field Claims Representative

Farmers Claims

 

Farmers Insurance

PO Box 268994

Oklahoma City, OK  73126-8994

Cell: (248) 974-2451

Fax: (877) 217-1389

jermey.ottaway@farmersinsurance.com

www.farmers.com

 

 

 

From:    Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:    jermey.ottaway@farmersinsurance.com,

Date:    03/17/2016 07:44 PM

Subject:    Fwd: DynaDome Proposal…

 

 

 

I’ve forwarded the proposal from Dynadome. As you can see they’ve put

together a proposal for replacing the entire structure, and this is what

I’ve been running into time and time again. I’m not sure where to go from

here?

 

Jamil

 

Sent from my iPhone

 

Begin forwarded message:

 

From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>

Date: March 17, 2016 at 6:25:58 PM CDT

To: drjamil1976@yahoo.com

Subject: DynaDome Proposal…

 

 

 

Hi Dr. Jamil-

 

 

 

 

 

I apologize for the delay in my response.

 

 

 

 

 

Please see the attached proposal for your review with the insurance

company.

 

 

 

 

 

Let me know if you need additional information.

 

 

 

 

 

Kind Regards,

 

 

 

 

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

 

 

Project Engineer

 

 

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

 

 

800-726-3962

 

 

http://www.dynadome.com

 

 

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

 

 

 

 

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Re: DynaDome Proposal…

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  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:jermey.ottaway@farmersinsurance.com

Mar 22, 2016 at 8:46 AM

The structure does actually have a retractable roof and I agree that the walls are not damaged. But this is what we’ve been running into with everyone that we’ve been calling. So I guess we need your help. I’ll call some greenhouse and solarium companies, but is there something you can do on your end?

 

Jamil

 

Sent from my iPhone

 

> On Mar 22, 2016, at 8:25 AM, Jermey L Ottaway <jermey.ottaway@farmersinsurance.com> wrote:

>

> Hello,

>

> I have reviewed this and looked over the estimate.  I’m not sure how this

> type of structure is like kind and quality, which is what we would owe for.

> There is no damage to the walls, looking at the structure the framing is

> not damaged, why would an entire structure need to be replaced.  Secondly,

> the estimate is showing for retractable roof, which indicates some type of

> mechanical roofing system that opens and closes.  This does not seem to be

> LKQ at all, we would need an estimate for like kind and quality materials.

> If it is impossible to find a material like the one that is currently on

> the roof of the pool it may be best to talk to a glass expert and find some

> sort of plexiglass that can replace the current roofing system.  I’d say

> speaking to a greenhouse or solarium company may be your best bet.

>

> Thanks,

> __________________________________

> Jermey Ottaway

> Special Field Claims Representative

> Farmers Claims

>

> Farmers Insurance

> PO Box 268994

> Oklahoma City, OK  73126-8994

> Cell: (248) 974-2451

> Fax: (877) 217-1389

jermey.ottaway@farmersinsurance.com

> www.farmers.com

>

>

>

> From:    Yahoo Account <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

> To:    jermey.ottaway@farmersinsurance.com,

> Date:    03/17/2016 07:44 PM

> Subject:    Fwd: DynaDome Proposal…

>

>

>

> I’ve forwarded the proposal from Dynadome. As you can see they’ve put

> together a proposal for replacing the entire structure, and this is what

> I’ve been running into time and time again. I’m not sure where to go from

> here?

>

> Jamil

>

> Sent from my iPhone

>

> Begin forwarded message:

>

>      From: Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com>

>      Date: March 17, 2016 at 6:25:58 PM CDT

>      To: drjamil1976@yahoo.com

>      Subject: DynaDome Proposal…

>

>

>

>      Hi Dr. Jamil-

>

>

>

>

>

>      I apologize for the delay in my response.

>

>

>

>

>

>      Please see the attached proposal for your review with the insurance

>      company.

>

>

>

>

>

>      Let me know if you need additional information.

>

>

>

>

>

>      Kind Regards,

>

>

>

>

>

>      Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

>

>

>      Project Engineer

>

>

>      DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

>

>

>      800-726-3962

>

>

>      http://www.dynadome.com

>

>

>      ozdemir@dynadome.com

>

>

>

>

>

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Re: DynaDome Proposal…

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:ozdemir@dynadome.com

Mar 17, 2016 at 7:06 PM

Will do, thanks.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Mar 17, 2016, at 6:53 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

It depends on the coverage. If replacement coverage then yes.  I have seen plenty of replacement coverage policies replace full buildings because they are unique and proprietary.

It’s hard to say without knowing the policy coverage.

Let me know if they would like to discuss this with me further.

Talk to you soon.

Cihan Ozdemir
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
ozdemir@dynadome.com
http://www.DynaDome.com

On Mar 17, 2016 6:49 PM, “Yahoo Account” <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I will forward this to Farmers. But do you think that they’d pay this after simple hail damage? I’m inclined to say know but what are your thoughts?

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Mar 17, 2016, at 6:25 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Dr. Jamil-

 

I apologize for the delay in my response.

 

Please see the attached proposal for your review with the insurance company.

 

Let me know if you need additional information.

 

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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Re: DynaDome Proposal…

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Cihan Ozdemir<ozdemir@dynadome.com>

To:drjamil1976@yahoo.com

Mar 17, 2016 at 6:53 PM

It depends on the coverage. If replacement coverage then yes.  I have seen plenty of replacement coverage policies replace full buildings because they are unique and proprietary.

It’s hard to say without knowing the policy coverage.

Let me know if they would like to discuss this with me further.

Talk to you soon.

Cihan Ozdemir
DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems
ozdemir@dynadome.com
http://www.DynaDome.com

On Mar 17, 2016 6:49 PM, “Yahoo Account” <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

I will forward this to Farmers. But do you think that they’d pay this after simple hail damage? I’m inclined to say know but what are your thoughts?

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Mar 17, 2016, at 6:25 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Dr. Jamil-

 

I apologize for the delay in my response.

 

Please see the attached proposal for your review with the insurance company.

 

Let me know if you need additional information.

 

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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Re: DynaDome Proposal…

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:ozdemir@dynadome.com

Mar 17, 2016 at 6:49 PM

I will forward this to Farmers. But do you think that they’d pay this after simple hail damage? I’m inclined to say know but what are your thoughts?

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Mar 17, 2016, at 6:25 PM, Cihan Ozdemir <ozdemir@dynadome.com> wrote:

Hi Dr. Jamil-

 

I apologize for the delay in my response.

 

Please see the attached proposal for your review with the insurance company.

 

Let me know if you need additional information.

 

Kind Regards,

 

Cihan (Geon) Ozdemir

Project Engineer

DynaDome Retractable Enclosure Systems

800-726-3962

http://www.dynadome.com

ozdemir@dynadome.com

 

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Re: Pool Enclosure

Yahoo/Sent

  • Yahoo Account<drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

To:jermey.ottaway@farmersinsurance.com

Mar 17, 2016 at 4:33 PM

Will do, thanks.

 

Jamil

Sent from my iPhone

On Mar 17, 2016, at 12:34 PM, Jermey L Ottaway <jermey.ottaway@farmersinsurance.com> wrote:

Sounds great,

 

When you get the estimate, send it over with the email.  We will review it all at that point and get you squared away.
__________________________________
Jermey Ottaway
Special Field Claims Representative
Farmers Claims

Farmers Insurance
PO Box 268994
Oklahoma City, OK 73126-8994
Cell: (248) 974-2451
Fax: (877) 217-1389
jermey.ottaway@farmersinsurance.com
www.farmers.com

On Mar 16, 2016, at 11:47 AM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

— On Wed, 3/16/16, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

From: Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

Subject: Pool Enclosure

To: jermottaway@farmersinsurance.com

Date: Wednesday, March 16, 2016, 10:43 AM

Hello Mr. Ottaway. Just a follow-up

on our conversation last week. I found a company in Indiana

that does pool enclosures. I’ve sent then pictures and

dimensions, but it sounds to me like they are saying that it

will be very difficult to just replace the damaged panels.

The Engineer I spoke with sited multiple reasons that it

would be difficult and I’d be more than happy to forward you

his e-mail if you’d like to see it. He is currently working

on a quote/proposal for me and I will send that to you as

soon as I get it as well. I’ve been making lots of calls,

and I’ve been getting people who are saying that they cannot

help at all or that they can, but that the work will

required would largely involve replacing the structure. What

options do we have here? A full replacement of the structure

would be costly I imagine.

 

Jamil

 

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Re: Pool Enclosure

Yahoo/Inbox

  • Jermey L Ottaway<jermey.ottaway@farmersinsurance.com>

To:drjamil1976@yahoo.com

Mar 17, 2016 at 12:24 PM

Sounds great,

 

When you get the estimate, send it over with the email.  We will review it all at that point and get you squared away.
__________________________________
Jermey Ottaway
Special Field Claims Representative
Farmers Claims

Farmers Insurance
PO Box 268994
Oklahoma City, OK 73126-8994
Cell: (248) 974-2451
Fax: (877) 217-1389
jermey.ottaway@farmersinsurance.com
www.farmers.com

On Mar 16, 2016, at 11:47 AM, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

— On Wed, 3/16/16, Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com> wrote:

From: Jamil Abdur-Rahman <drjamil1976@yahoo.com>

Subject: Pool Enclosure

To: jermottaway@farmersinsurance.com

Date: Wednesday, March 16, 2016, 10:43 AM

Hello Mr. Ottaway. Just a follow-up

on our conversation last week. I found a company in Indiana

that does pool enclosures. I’ve sent then pictures and

dimensions, but it sounds to me like they are saying that it

will be very difficult to just replace the damaged panels.

The Engineer I spoke with sited multiple reasons that it

would be difficult and I’d be more than happy to forward you

his e-mail if you’d like to see it. He is currently working

on a quote/proposal for me and I will send that to you as

soon as I get it as well. I’ve been making lots of calls,

and I’ve been getting people who are saying that they cannot

help at all or that they can, but that the work will

required would largely involve replacing the structure. What

options do we have here? A full replacement of the structure

would be costly I imagine.

 

Jamil

 

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