Judgment No. 1894
THE COMPLAINTS ARE DISMISSED.
"It is not for the complainant [...] to judge whether the information requested by [the insurance company] is necessary in order to enable it to assess her claims. That is a matter for the professional assessment of [the insurance company] and its medical adviser and the Tribunal would not interfere unless it was satisfied that the information was being sought for some abusive or improper purpose."
tribunal; evidence; good faith; insurance; illness; medical examination; staff member's duties; judicial review; limits; medical expenses; health insurance