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As part of Ontario'-s crackdown on auto insurance fraud, the Health Claims for Auto Insurance (HCAI) Guideline (No. 07/11) has been revised effective December 1, 2011 to provide direction on a number of billing practices.
The Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) has released a bulletin which will revise the guidelines for the Health Claims for Automobile Insurance (HCAI) system, effective December 1, 2011. These changes ...
The Ontario Progressive Conservative Party plans to hold a round table on auto insurance May 13 in Brampton, with the intent of discussing the party'-s proposals to reform policy. ... insurers- and- Requiring insurers to itemize the list of invoices they have received when they provide a benefit statement to a claimant every two months. The PC Party'-s ideas include using the Health Claims for Auto Insurance (HCAI) system to "help identify abnormal billing patterns." Tweet ...

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participating in the Health Claims for Auto Insurance (“HCAI”) system (the “HCAI Participating. Provider List”) and the dates that their ...
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With this Bulletin, the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) is advising of a change to the Health Claims for Auto Insurance (HCAI) ...
Health Claims for Auto Insurance (HCAI) [New Window] is part of an ongoing effort to improve the delivery of health care benefits to Ontarians ...
Health Claims for Auto Insurance (HCAI) is an initiative of Ontario auto insurers. It was developed in consultation with a number of stakeholders in the auto ...
Health Claims for Auto Insurance (HCAI), an electronic system for processing auto insurance claims, is once again entering a pilot phase, starting on Sept.
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What are my options for rental car insurance?
With the rental company you have two options, take it or refuse it.Talk to your insurance agent about a rider which would cover any at fault accident you would have with a rental car for a month. They may have suggestions.

How does insurance work when driving another persons' car?
If you had permission to drive this person's vehicle, then their insurance will cover the loss as long as there was active coverage at the time. This is called "permissive use" in the industry.Now if the policy for the vehicle you were driving specifically excludes any drivers other then those...

Is it important that your auto insurance company has an office in your town?
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Can I get cheaper insurance while my vehicle is in storage?
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If your auto insurance doctor says your are normal can you fight them back because i know i am sick?
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