Tuesday, November 5, 2013

What happens after the FSCO backlog?


Dear Service Canada:


In 2007, I was  in a crash that took the life of a 19 year old boy
that was speeding,
 and passing on a solid double line,
 on a blind hill,
crashing into me head-on with his car.

The crash sent me rolling 8 times
 and hitting a tree.
With the air bag going off in the side of my head
I was trapped upside down in the twisted wreck
 that was not my fault.

You have had the evidence that you needed in 2008.

You are making it difficult to contact you because your fax number no
longer answers mine.
The fax log will show that yours times out now.

I called the Service Canada office that I was sending the fax to
several times, for days.
It just rings, and rings for days.

No-one answers the phone or fax now.

I called Service Canada several times by way of the number that
Service Canada gave me, and numbers I found online. According to
Service Canada they will not accept my fax. They will not give out a
fax number to me, and suggested that I go to the Service Canada
office.

How would a disabled person, shafted by the FSCO backlog, with no
income, be able to travel an hour and a half round trip? To find out
that their office may, or may not be open?

You have accepted my faxes at prior times.

I just want to verify receipt of a doctor’s report.
Why is this so hard to do?

Previously my application was lost in the mail you say. And have
denied my claim for disability benefits for bogus reasons.

Your previous acknowledgement of receipt for a fax in one of your
denial letters (“we know you can't work now”) established your receipt
of my faxes, and also by your own admission in a phone message that
you left on my answering machine.

Why are you not accepting my disability application, and properly, and
fairly, investigating my claim?

Are you on strike?

Shouldn't you notify people?

Your latest tactic of not accepting a doctor’s report from me, so I
may further produce evidence,
 will not be tolerated.

To hide and not communicate with me is babyish. So I will treat you like a baby.

 Please accept this fax until someone at your office can establish to
me how I may send you
1 doctors report.

Sending.......................
............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1
of 48000.


Fax sent November 5, 2013


Sending 2 of 48000...........................................................................................................................................................................................……………………………………..

7 comments:

Bearsworld Blog said...

Service Canada finally called after they received a link to this page.

FAIR Association of Victims for Accident Insurance Reform said...

FAIR Association of Victims for Accident Insurance Reform is very concerned that those individuals who are the recipients of bogus IME (independent medical examination) reports are being further penalized in publicly run systems such as ODSP and CPP. These reports, which are medico-legal documents, are not a medical diagnosis of one's injuries or illnesses but a paid-for opinion. The unfair and deceptive practice of using bogus IME reports (that are unfairly tolerated in our court systems) is undermining justice and the fair and timely access to the treatment and benefits consumers have been promised in their insurance policy contracts. The unfair use of the biased and inaccurate IME reports have caused a significant backlog in our courts and over ten thousand injured drivers are waiting for hearings to access rehabilitation and benefits. We will continue to press our Ontario government, our legislators and our regulators to make the changes that would ensure that accident victims are treated fairly and we are very disappointed to learn that these reports, prepared solely at the behest of insurers looking to disqualify claimants, are now being used in other venues and continue to cause harm to legitimately injured accident victims. Keep up the fight Bear!

Bearsworld Blog said...

Thank you for your support.
There is no choice when you don not have any income because you cant work because of a crash that was not my fault.
I will not give up!
The insurance systems are broken!

Bearsworld Blog said...

The only reply to this letter to date has been a phone call for Service Canada to say they received it.
I am still waiting for a reply to this letter and others.

Anonymous said...

They make the process difficult on purpose.

Bearsworld Blog said...

Finally received letter from Service Canada
They denied my application for CPP Disability benefits using bogus reasons.

Canadian Insurance News said...

http://cinsurancenews.blogspot.com/2014/06/has-service-canada-work-to-rule.html

THAT EXPLAINS IT ALL !!!

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