i will bear that in mind. hopefully my insurance is willing to go up to bat with me. i have had no claims in 8 years.CNeufeld wrote: ↑Mar 19th, 2019 3:01 pmI think you’re only recourse is dealing with your insurance adjuster first, then your insurance company’s dispute office, and finally, the province’s dispute office. You could talk to a lawyer (and I’m no expert) but filing a claim against them would likely be expensive and since there’s no effective witnesses, it becomes a he said/she said situation. And I’m not sure what compensation you’d recover. Not sure if “increased insurance costs” would fly. But I’m not a lawyer, as I said.
well, my physio/time spent recovering, the damage to my body (while not permanent) still have to take time to deal with it and work its way back to normal, the sheer amount of stress of having to deal with this and the prospects of a ruined driving record etc. I will talk with a lawyer but the fact that the guy didnt charged means he commits osme shit act and gets away with it because the cop sided with him? both of the vehicles that hit me were in essence driving 80-90km per hr. the road i was travelling is a very busy regional highway that commercial 18 wheelers use.