Re: Conserving money on car insurance, Letters March eleven
Saving income on car insurance, Letters March 11
Thomas P. Connolly laments how site visitors accident victims who have not been in a position to collect compensation from insurance companies will no longer be ready to use the courts to do so, and as such, is a miscarriage of justice.
He neglected to include that this will also avert frivolous fits such as in search of $ 15 million for comparatively small injuries but fantastic mental trauma (or so they claim). A successful $ 15 million suit will add $ 2 to each car insurance policy in the province.
Of program if this strategy is enacted, it will surely cut out a great deal of attorney cash flow, which is most likely of far more concern to the legal occupation than any lack of justice.
Glen Estill would seem to believe that moving to usage-based insurance coverage employing GPS data is becoming proposed by the insurance coverage sector to conserve clients money. Given that when has the insurance market proposed anything at all to save us money?
Let’s see, there was “no-fault insurance” — oops, no savings there. Then there was the most recent round of “pick a package” — oops yet again, no financial savings there. 3 instances a charm? — oops, oops, oops. Nah, fooled you. Possibly following time!!!