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Contact Your MPP

Why contact your MPP about auto insurance?

We are legislated to buy the product of private insurers. We are without a choice and virtually without consumer protection. We are without the protections that other patients in Ontario have when we are are considered clients, not patients in recovery. We are denied the right to access our civil court for unpaid accident benefits and penalized financially in civil court for pain and suffering. We are re-victimized in a system that benefits insurer profits by way of denying car accident survivors recovery resources they paid for with insurers who are charging us the highest premiums in Canada.

It’s up to us to make sure MPPs are aware of what is happening to car accident victims in the province. They represent YOU

Finding your MPP

Hints on how to write a letter to your MPP  or use our template Letter to MPP re auto insurance – and remember, you don’t have to pay for postage to an MPP! Written letters rather than email often get a better response or if you can, drop it off and have a conversation with your MPP about what you think about Ontario’s auto insurance.

Think about sending a copy to: Kathleen Wynne, Premier  Charles Sousa, Minister of Finance  Wayne Gates, NDP  John Vanthof, NDP, Finance Critic  Vic Fedeli, CPC, Finance Critic  Mike Colle, Liberal Eric Hoskins, Minister of Health  Yasir Naqvi, Attorney General

Members of Provincial Parliament are Ontario’s legislators and have the power to make change to the Insurance Act, the Rules of Civil Procedure,the Evidence Act, the Law Society Act, and the Regulated Health Professions Act

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