I’ve posted a previous thread about my husband’s car accident and suffering with navigating the health system and dealing with insurance company. Thank you so much everyone who replied, and more importantly, gave us encouragement, advices and understandings. It helped us a million!
Some good news, 20ish months after the accident, my husband finally got a CT scan and found something was wrong in his spine. Awaiting to see a neurologist and hopefully this time he could get a MRI or to have real diagnosis. And to cure from there.
I don’t know any other supporting group to discuss this, and if it’s not appropriate to discuss here, pls tell me and I’ll edit my post.
I’ve sent an email to our local MLA and wished to know her understanding about the Monopoly government owned car insurance company. I used our claim as an example, and questioned about how a monopoly insurance company could maintain good faith and how hard is it to find a injury lawyer in our province since the lawyers here find it more profitable to represent the insurance company.
I have no hope the monopoly will change since in our province, liquor stores were only privatized 2 years ago. But because the provincial election are coming, I just want to sort out whom to vote for and hopefully there would have good change in our province.
The assistance of the MLA replied to ask for our address. And forwarded our email to the Minister here. We then were asked to provide our claim number and consent for the minister to look up. I checked the minister’s name online but found out he represents the insurance company. Should we trust him to give the consent? Is it a good thing or a bad thing for our dealing with the insurance company? Honestly, I never have trusted in any political person. And so wish to have some advice or any suggestions here. Thank you so much!