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Date:Thursday, October 5, 2023
Time:16:56 EST
Subject:RE: Makere vs. Allstate. 15D-2019-00685
Attachments:0a_Complaint_Employment.pdf; EEOC Discrimination Charge (New) | Employment | Makere v Redacted Company A, et al; RE: Status Update (?) | Makere v Redacted Company A, et al | Employment Discrimination; Contract Violation (!) | Dual-Filed Complaint | Makere v Redacted Company A, et al

Thank you for your response, Mr. Hernandez.

Unfortunately, though, you’ve responded with information about the wrong case.

The case that I’ve been referring to (see attachments) is a different case (a new case); a case with different defendants; a case that I filed in 2023 (not 2019).
Date Filed:April 10, 2019July 31, 2023
Plaintiff/Petitioner:Elias Makere, FSA, MAAAElias Makere, FSA, MAAA
Defendant(s)/Respondent(s):Allstate Insurance CompanyRedacted Company A
Redacted Company B
Florida Commission on Human Relations, The
FCHR Case Number:2019-19238¿?
EEOC Case Number:15D-2019-00685¿?
Current Status:Being litigated in Federal Court¿?
I’ve been asking – for several weeks now – for basic information (ie, case number, status) about my newly filed discrimination complaint. For the sake of judicial economy, I need to move forward to the next phase. So, I just have one easy question [for now – at least]:


➢ May you please confirm that the FCHR has not sent you my charge of employment discrimination (against Redacted Company A, et al)?
Thank You,

Elias Makere, FSA, MAAA | Civil Litigant, Founder
Federal Case No.: 3:20-cv-00905 | (Allstate, USFLMD)
Federal Case No.: 4:21-cv-00096 | (Early, USFLND)
11th Cir. Case No.: 21-11901
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