- Report: #579938
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Complaint Review: Wilber & Associates P.C. (x-ref: MTS/Veolia Transportation Svcs
Wilber & Associates P.C. (x-ref: MTS/Veolia Transportation SvcsPO Box 2159, Bloomington, IL 61702-2159 Wixom, Missouri United States of America
Wilber & Associates P.C. ,x-ref: MTS/Veolia Transportation Svcs Kenneth L Wilber; Christine Chance; Lauren Carroll; Matthew J Davis Conspiracy Company Schemes Wixom, Missouri
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San Diegans have been used abused and beaten down by big money and small minded politicians for so long that it is not at all outside the scope of reality to find contract companies literally strangling every aspect of life from carwashes to homeland security right in front of our eyes everyday, holding eachothers hands, taking this city and its residents as corporate hostages. The city's own representatives embezzeled every dime from the retirement funds, city allocations, federal grants then used our money to hire lawyers to defend THEM against US....and although I haven't noticed any flagrant abuse of power in our courthouses per se, the police departments do indeed have to meet those quotas, no matter how many insignificant citations they have to issue knowing that people assume that they are just appearing to be fined $50 to $450 and get on with their lives, none of them considering how many paid fines a day are collected. No one has any fight in them around here, and it's just too easy to disguise exactly what these handholders are hiding. How many documents or files have disappeared or been modified without confliction. Why are companies required to provide whistleblower hotline information, but the whistleblowers never maintain anonymity? Around here businesses change names like their dirty drawers, usually the changes occur as the drawers become soiled and someone notices.
Wilber & Associates are attempting to stick me with a $868.63 demand for payment in which their 'clients' (AAA Ins.) 'client' (insured motorist) was involved in a vehicular collision in downtown San Diego at Petco Park following a ballgame, wherein the driver collided with a 40 ft city transit bus - he tried to beat the bus on the left side in a turning lane coming from directly behind the bus. A supervisor arrived on site and filled out the necessary paperwork, and although the collision was his fault, I was later held responsible for the accident. No big deal, I know it wasn't my fault, but after 2 months had passed, MTS Veolia's insurance company was ignoring the claim. I received bills and demands for payment from Wilber & Assoc., and delivered them to the bus company wanting to know why these people had 'come into my home' (so to speak) holding me accountable for the payment. Veolia told me that they had 'let it slip through the cracks' and would resolve it immediately. I spoke with Wilber agents twice before that, and was SHOCKED to have made the discovery that apparently AAA's clients report failed to mention that the other vehicle was a VERY LARGE BUS. The agents admitted to me that that fact appeared nowhere in their files. I gave them Veolia's telephone line directly to the Safety Officer, and Wilber's guys said thank you and goodbye. 3 months after the accident I received a letter of suspension imposed on my drivers license. I had to shake up several of the Upper Middle management where I worked because the issue was unresolved. In California, drivers and companys have 10 days to file reports of accidents with the department of transportation and/or the department of motor vehicles. 3 months is longer than 10 days. The Safety Officer of Veolia must not be taking his new promotion seriously, or is grossly incompetent. The bus company incurs a minimum of 20 accidents monthly, yet my paperwork was the only one not processed.....I received a letter of reinstatement for my license and was shown the onboard drive cam clips of the night of the accident, and was told that Veolia was charging me with the accident. Drivers are limited to two accidents in a 24 month frame a third constitutes grounds for termination, depending upon the managements opinion of the driver or the severity of the accidents. Since I was being subjected to all of this crap because my supervisors couldn't get it together, I spoke up at the viewing of the clips. 8 windows of camera angles were placed on the computer screen, but the camera which was located at the rear of the bus was the one that would have cleared me. It was pointing directly at the asphalt, even though you could see headlights accelerating to the left of the bus. I was told that that camera isn't what I was supposed to be looking at, and that it didn't matter because I wasn't paying attention to the other angles. The assistant safety officer was agreeing with me that the window with the incriminating/exonerating view was indeed the only one not properly positioned. So I demanded to see a copy of the supervisors field report from the actual accident site, and was informed that the safety officer Shawn Brewer 'tossed' it because it was wrong. At the end of 5 months following the accident I was terminated for non-compliance. And that was when the billing statements from Wilber & Associates starting showing up in my mail again.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/11/2010 03:06 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Wilber-Associates-PC-x-ref-MTSVeolia-Transportation-Svcs/Wixom-Missouri-48393-1022/Wilber-Associates-PC-x-ref-MTSVeolia-Transportation-Svcs-Kenneth-L-Wilber-Christin-579938. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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