i have ac unit in adeck runing good what old peopel trying expend money to new without broken and water damdge in house and make money with repair or ins cost bring higer for bankrufcy case fees. i think some won doing damdge with claverness looks crunt damdeg and beertear and few week ago happen to auto and allwase windalism and ins say bear tear what not and police not help i am repair dran block last 2 year ago and yesterday blook again i am call to same service he came i say dran blook he say without looking pan i say check up he have know knoleg to enter in addeck i am explian usely he go in addek he have lade short he say i am stand on drayer if drayer damdeg i am not pay he go with havey tool bag and tool bag feldown and noise came after he say drane line brook close to pan he give eastemat $1105 and not after tomanny problem to ac becuse freging line cut and add. my tow have buniss by ac company and money expander this rescion this happen i am replace my cost arund $8000 to $11000 with 2to 4 week wating. i am like to know how we sue cuppel rescion for damdeg thay blong to forgery lawyers gang to
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