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What goes around, comes around for CNA’s Claims Adjuster

Posted by defensebaseactcomp on September 7, 2010

what goes around, comes around

  • A person’s actions, whether good or bad, will often have consequences for that person.
  • The good you do and the harm you do will circulate through life and eventually return in kind. Similar to the idea of karma.
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    Fort White Woman killed in Head On Collision

    Nancy J. Vituli, 57, of Fort White was killed in a head-on collision on U.S. 41 in Columbia County Monday afternoon.

    Vituli was driving a Honda Civic north on U.S. 41 about seven miles south of Lake City at about 2:45 p.m. when she crossed the center line and collided with Ford Expedition, according to a Florida Highway Patrol report.

    Vituli was killed in the crash.

    The driver of the sport utility vehicle, Barbara B. Chastain, 65, and her passenger Joanne D. Duffy, 51, both of High Springs, were taken with injuries to Shands at the University of Florida. Duffy was in critical condition.

    5 Responses to “What goes around, comes around for CNA’s Claims Adjuster”

    1. Superman said

      I agree. She got what she deserved. That B*tch harassed doctors offices so that they would not treat these Veterans. She will be waiting in Hell for the rest of those scum bags from C.N.A.

      Now watch. C.N.A. will drop the blame for everything on Vituli.

    2. Superman said

      Our hearts go out to those injured by Nancy Vituli’s Negligence that seriously injured two occupants of the oncoming vehicle she hit.

    3. Going Silent said

      Too bad her and Kitty were not car pooling.

    4. brit guy said

      Rot in hell for the harm you caused in your life.
      Let us hope your victims make a full recovery and it was not CNA providing the insurance

    5. Superman said

      I hope CNA was providing the insurance lets see how difficult it will be for her family members to deal with CNA. The only true justice would have been if Vituli survived and was disabled as a result of her negligence and had CNA as her insurer then she would truly feel the pain that she caused so many war veterans.

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