two years ago, A medical aid membership ...

Asked by Anonymous on 17-04-2020 16:50:58
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Gauteng

two years ago, A medical aid membership was terminated on the basis of material non disclosure eventhough the medical claim was for a medical emergency (brain haemorrhage). how does a declatory order play out in a case like this when the medical scheme has no legal foot to stand on. we are also in possession of ample evidence against their termination, conduct and actions relating to what transpired on the day and days after the emergency.

we finaly are in a position to proceed with legal action, what would be the most effective way: declaration, motion, application to counter their termination. medical aid had sufficient information about the material non disclosure they terminated the contract with.

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