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Auto insurance: Mad about being plundered? Blame suspicious or inept politicians and executives engaged in fraud
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TORONTO – Billions of Ontario drivers’ dollars in possession of the auto insurance industry are unaccountable while the industry declares profit of only $0.2 billion.
Auto insurance: Read the correspondence between a victim of insurance fraud and his insurance company
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Auto insurance: A class-action lawsuit could recoup billions from exorbitant premium rates charged to Ontario drivers
We believe Ontario drivers are owed refunds with interest and are entitled to punitive, exemplary, and aggravated damages…
Techniques used by public officials to deceive and mislead people are so common, that the most typically used have given names to aid in their detection.
Having the power to investigate hospitals, the Ombudsman Marin argues, would allow him to monitor hiring practices of medical professionals and ensure personnel are qualified.
In a statement, the Ontario Ombudsman André Marin said he's made repeated requests to Premier Dalton McGuinty and the province's top bureaucrats for the right to investigate public complaints, decisions and quality of care issues in hospitals, but McGuinty has NOT agreed to expand the ombudsman's powers of investigation making Ontario the only Canadian province where hospitals are not subject to the scrutiny of an ombudsman.
To reduce the deficit, in the middle of recession while many Ontarians were losing their jobs or had a pay cut, on July 1, 2010, the Liberal Dalton McGuinty introduced Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) - forcing Ontarians to pay an additional 8% tax on gasoline/diesel, electricity and heating bills, home renovations, real-estate commissions, legal fees, new homes over $400,000, private resale of cars, dietary supplements, internet access services, taxis, lessons (hockey, soccer, etc), funeral services, and the list goes on.