Pieces 021/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, November 16, 2009 Under: Orders-09
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Connie Barton filed complaint with Pieces after a dispute with the owner of a franchise that processed goods Ms. Barton now refuses to pay for.

Pieces: So these people were real bad newsers.
Ms. Barton: Their machinery was unsafe.
Pieces: What type of wok was done?
Ms. Barton: I did the usual screening for abnormalities.
Pieces: So that type of work must make you proud given that so many people depend on it?
Ms. Barton: I always did my share of investigation before any other decision went down.
Pieces: What was wrong with the machinery exactly?
Ms. Barton: It was not protective of the skin causing damage and irritation.
Pieces: Some of this may be edible and if processed incorrectly someone can get sick. There is definately a hazzard here I'd say. What happened when you informed your superiors regarding this?
Ms. Barton: Well, they try to get over and cover things up regarding the damage because of sales if things don't look their best.
Pieces: Did you get many returns because of the defect in product?
Ms. Barton: Again we altered the appearance so customers interested didn't notice. But if they began to lose interest  or appetite towards their order, then yes we lost out on customers.
Pieces: How did your superiors react to all of this? Because obviously money was lost. Did they make any necessary corrections?
Ms. Barton: They were always mad as hell towards us if it happened and they kept going because in business their goal is to get off as cheap as possible.
Pieces: Is it possible for you to go elsewhere?
Ms. Barton: Most places are expensive- you know for better quality stuff and the competition is
fierce.
Pieces: So that's why you keep going back?
Ms. Barton: Whenever I go for an exam they have me follow up several times damaging my body from the machine because they want me to have constant checkups.
Pieces: Nothin like being your own customer.
Old Pea Radiology: We though we saw sumthin, so our job is to check it out. Folks around here complain too much if we do things too new fangle, quick and complex by computer. It gets so difficult for them to understand so we just keep things simple and that's how we give it to em.
Pieces: Thank you for the big picture, I will return with my decision.

ANALYSIS

Ms. Barton went for several exams due to what she says were symptoms worth "checkin into". Because her insurance and funds were limited. Old Pea Radiology was the only place she could go to receive such a test without paying a lot of money. Old Pea Radiology states that their equipment may be old but still useful as in "it still works" on patient's like Ms. Barton. Ms. Barton states that the machine danaged her skin on occassion and left her with bruises and a contusion that will not go away. Old Pea Radiology insists that they nor their equipment harmed Ms. Barton and that her problems were there prior to visiting Old Pea Radiology and that it was Ms. Barton herself who insisted on repeat visits regarding her symptoms.

Pieces: Ms. Barton, were you given treatment options after your results were told to you?
Ms. Barton: Yes.
Pieces: Have you purseued them?
Ms. Barton: Alternatively speaking!
Pieces: Don't play that beat with me!

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that Ms. Barton pay what is owed to Old Pea Radiology and seek furthur treatment suggested to her.

Dated: November 15, 2009                        A. Sadiq                    
                                                              On Behalf of Pieces

In : Orders-09 



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Pieces 021/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, November 16, 2009 Under: Orders-09
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Connie Barton filed complaint with Pieces after a dispute with the owner of a franchise that processed goods Ms. Barton now refuses to pay for.

Pieces: So these people were real bad newsers.
Ms. Barton: Their machinery was unsafe.
Pieces: What type of wok was done?
Ms. Barton: I did the usual screening for abnormalities.
Pieces: So that type of work must make you proud given that so many people depend on it?
Ms. Barton: I always did my share of investigation before any other decision went down.
Pieces: What was wrong with the machinery exactly?
Ms. Barton: It was not protective of the skin causing damage and irritation.
Pieces: Some of this may be edible and if processed incorrectly someone can get sick. There is definately a hazzard here I'd say. What happened when you informed your superiors regarding this?
Ms. Barton: Well, they try to get over and cover things up regarding the damage because of sales if things don't look their best.
Pieces: Did you get many returns because of the defect in product?
Ms. Barton: Again we altered the appearance so customers interested didn't notice. But if they began to lose interest  or appetite towards their order, then yes we lost out on customers.
Pieces: How did your superiors react to all of this? Because obviously money was lost. Did they make any necessary corrections?
Ms. Barton: They were always mad as hell towards us if it happened and they kept going because in business their goal is to get off as cheap as possible.
Pieces: Is it possible for you to go elsewhere?
Ms. Barton: Most places are expensive- you know for better quality stuff and the competition is
fierce.
Pieces: So that's why you keep going back?
Ms. Barton: Whenever I go for an exam they have me follow up several times damaging my body from the machine because they want me to have constant checkups.
Pieces: Nothin like being your own customer.
Old Pea Radiology: We though we saw sumthin, so our job is to check it out. Folks around here complain too much if we do things too new fangle, quick and complex by computer. It gets so difficult for them to understand so we just keep things simple and that's how we give it to em.
Pieces: Thank you for the big picture, I will return with my decision.

ANALYSIS

Ms. Barton went for several exams due to what she says were symptoms worth "checkin into". Because her insurance and funds were limited. Old Pea Radiology was the only place she could go to receive such a test without paying a lot of money. Old Pea Radiology states that their equipment may be old but still useful as in "it still works" on patient's like Ms. Barton. Ms. Barton states that the machine danaged her skin on occassion and left her with bruises and a contusion that will not go away. Old Pea Radiology insists that they nor their equipment harmed Ms. Barton and that her problems were there prior to visiting Old Pea Radiology and that it was Ms. Barton herself who insisted on repeat visits regarding her symptoms.

Pieces: Ms. Barton, were you given treatment options after your results were told to you?
Ms. Barton: Yes.
Pieces: Have you purseued them?
Ms. Barton: Alternatively speaking!
Pieces: Don't play that beat with me!

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that Ms. Barton pay what is owed to Old Pea Radiology and seek furthur treatment suggested to her.

Dated: November 15, 2009                        A. Sadiq                    
                                                              On Behalf of Pieces

In : Orders-09 



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Pieces 021/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, November 16, 2009 Under: Orders-09
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Connie Barton filed complaint with Pieces after a dispute with the owner of a franchise that processed goods Ms. Barton now refuses to pay for.

Pieces: So these people were real bad newsers.
Ms. Barton: Their machinery was unsafe.
Pieces: What type of wok was done?
Ms. Barton: I did the usual screening for abnormalities.
Pieces: So that type of work must make you proud given that so many people depend on it?
Ms. Barton: I always did my share of investigation before any other decision went down.
Pieces: What was wrong with the machinery exactly?
Ms. Barton: It was not protective of the skin causing damage and irritation.
Pieces: Some of this may be edible and if processed incorrectly someone can get sick. There is definately a hazzard here I'd say. What happened when you informed your superiors regarding this?
Ms. Barton: Well, they try to get over and cover things up regarding the damage because of sales if things don't look their best.
Pieces: Did you get many returns because of the defect in product?
Ms. Barton: Again we altered the appearance so customers interested didn't notice. But if they began to lose interest  or appetite towards their order, then yes we lost out on customers.
Pieces: How did your superiors react to all of this? Because obviously money was lost. Did they make any necessary corrections?
Ms. Barton: They were always mad as hell towards us if it happened and they kept going because in business their goal is to get off as cheap as possible.
Pieces: Is it possible for you to go elsewhere?
Ms. Barton: Most places are expensive- you know for better quality stuff and the competition is
fierce.
Pieces: So that's why you keep going back?
Ms. Barton: Whenever I go for an exam they have me follow up several times damaging my body from the machine because they want me to have constant checkups.
Pieces: Nothin like being your own customer.
Old Pea Radiology: We though we saw sumthin, so our job is to check it out. Folks around here complain too much if we do things too new fangle, quick and complex by computer. It gets so difficult for them to understand so we just keep things simple and that's how we give it to em.
Pieces: Thank you for the big picture, I will return with my decision.

ANALYSIS

Ms. Barton went for several exams due to what she says were symptoms worth "checkin into". Because her insurance and funds were limited. Old Pea Radiology was the only place she could go to receive such a test without paying a lot of money. Old Pea Radiology states that their equipment may be old but still useful as in "it still works" on patient's like Ms. Barton. Ms. Barton states that the machine danaged her skin on occassion and left her with bruises and a contusion that will not go away. Old Pea Radiology insists that they nor their equipment harmed Ms. Barton and that her problems were there prior to visiting Old Pea Radiology and that it was Ms. Barton herself who insisted on repeat visits regarding her symptoms.

Pieces: Ms. Barton, were you given treatment options after your results were told to you?
Ms. Barton: Yes.
Pieces: Have you purseued them?
Ms. Barton: Alternatively speaking!
Pieces: Don't play that beat with me!

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that Ms. Barton pay what is owed to Old Pea Radiology and seek furthur treatment suggested to her.

Dated: November 15, 2009                        A. Sadiq                    
                                                              On Behalf of Pieces

In : Orders-09 



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Pieces 021/09

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, November 16, 2009 Under: Orders-09
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Connie Barton filed complaint with Pieces after a dispute with the owner of a franchise that processed goods Ms. Barton now refuses to pay for.

Pieces: So these people were real bad newsers.
Ms. Barton: Their machinery was unsafe.
Pieces: What type of wok was done?
Ms. Barton: I did the usual screening for abnormalities.
Pieces: So that type of work must make you proud given that so many people depend on it?
Ms. Barton: I always did my share of investigation before any other decision went down.
Pieces: What was wrong with the machinery exactly?
Ms. Barton: It was not protective of the skin causing damage and irritation.
Pieces: Some of this may be edible and if processed incorrectly someone can get sick. There is definately a hazzard here I'd say. What happened when you informed your superiors regarding this?
Ms. Barton: Well, they try to get over and cover things up regarding the damage because of sales if things don't look their best.
Pieces: Did you get many returns because of the defect in product?
Ms. Barton: Again we altered the appearance so customers interested didn't notice. But if they began to lose interest  or appetite towards their order, then yes we lost out on customers.
Pieces: How did your superiors react to all of this? Because obviously money was lost. Did they make any necessary corrections?
Ms. Barton: They were always mad as hell towards us if it happened and they kept going because in business their goal is to get off as cheap as possible.
Pieces: Is it possible for you to go elsewhere?
Ms. Barton: Most places are expensive- you know for better quality stuff and the competition is
fierce.
Pieces: So that's why you keep going back?
Ms. Barton: Whenever I go for an exam they have me follow up several times damaging my body from the machine because they want me to have constant checkups.
Pieces: Nothin like being your own customer.
Old Pea Radiology: We though we saw sumthin, so our job is to check it out. Folks around here complain too much if we do things too new fangle, quick and complex by computer. It gets so difficult for them to understand so we just keep things simple and that's how we give it to em.
Pieces: Thank you for the big picture, I will return with my decision.

ANALYSIS

Ms. Barton went for several exams due to what she says were symptoms worth "checkin into". Because her insurance and funds were limited. Old Pea Radiology was the only place she could go to receive such a test without paying a lot of money. Old Pea Radiology states that their equipment may be old but still useful as in "it still works" on patient's like Ms. Barton. Ms. Barton states that the machine danaged her skin on occassion and left her with bruises and a contusion that will not go away. Old Pea Radiology insists that they nor their equipment harmed Ms. Barton and that her problems were there prior to visiting Old Pea Radiology and that it was Ms. Barton herself who insisted on repeat visits regarding her symptoms.

Pieces: Ms. Barton, were you given treatment options after your results were told to you?
Ms. Barton: Yes.
Pieces: Have you purseued them?
Ms. Barton: Alternatively speaking!
Pieces: Don't play that beat with me!

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, that Ms. Barton pay what is owed to Old Pea Radiology and seek furthur treatment suggested to her.

Dated: November 15, 2009                        A. Sadiq                    
                                                              On Behalf of Pieces

In : Orders-09 



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