SGI stated in the claimant's injury notes ... "All in all I did not okay any homecare ... Also the fact that she has not received homecare in the past, I did not want to open a can of worms. I’ll leave this to you Darlene to look after.”
For more than 13 years, the Appellant’s requests for home assistance were largely ignored or denied without written reasons.
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It could be used as a general guide for other no-fault auto claims in other provinces if you modify some points in this Ebook.
Please note ....
1,2. I got the information about the history of the No-Fault system for this website from the legal document, 'Cash and Crash' written by Kenneth Noble and Reginald Watson. I try my best to put this problem into my own words based on my experience. But when I did quote them verbatim, I gave credit to the article. Most of the information in this website is BASED on my own experience while using their document to confirm my information. Quoting them when I could.
I do not have copyright over the information on this website. But I will maintain copyright over my story. (which probably means nothing by just saying it) Please copy as much as you want and create a new website with this information.
I also talk about penalizing SGI monetarily if they do something wrong and using the money for a judge. I actually thought of a better way to use that money but can not remember at this time. Sorry
I will be attaching all the evidence that I talk about on this website, including emails, changes of adjusters and voice messages. But it will take some time to do this.
If the system is not dramatically changed, you may want to get rid of the AIAC in Saskatchewan.
My latin is not so good. So I mixed up the words Ex Gratia and Ex Parte on this website and ebook. It will take me a while of rechecking it to fix it.
And my grammar, punctuation, and editing are terrible as I am in a time crunch so please do not be too judgemental. I have a lot of dangling and squinting modifiers and split sentences. Use this as information for a claim not as a chance to critique someone’s writing.
Please read Cash and Crash by Kenneth Noble and Reginald Watson. I think you can get it from the Law Society of Saskatchewan Library. This will help you understand the system surrounding Auto Claims in Saskatchewan. I would like to see them on the Gormley Show.
If I forgot to mention Reginald Watson as one of the writers as Cash and Crash, I am sorry. I initially thought it was only written by one lawyer.