Since 2010 our coverage has been slashed and reduced by the insurers lobbying for changes that increases their profits on the backs of MVA survivors and their families and ultimately us, the tax payer. With every cut to coverage we move closer to public auto insurance. With every ‘threshold’ insurers create, there is a new barrier to access recovery tools.
Our premiums keep rising and now the standard or basic coverage is not enough to provide necessary resources or funding for seriously injured people.
This has led to an enormous number of auto insurance related cases in our courts and a lack of faith in the industry overall……read more