Anybody know any lawyers doing work fighting the 407? To make a long story short- a few days ago I received a 407 bill for over $12k! Haven't used the 407 in at least 3.5 years, paid every account they had sent me bills upon from before that (excluding the one specific situation listed below)- then out of the blue- Bang! A statement demanding $12,000+ I believe this may have been my "original" 407 account (they created multiple accounts over time) upon which I had a pile of inaccurate "non-transponder" charges which I did not pay and wrote them a letter outlining the reasons for not paying the charges- then got the runaround. ($1k worth of non-transponder charges in total!) I assume- as they apparently are incapable of telling me anything it seems, that the 12k was arrived at by adding $30/month non-payment fees, statement fees for statements I never received, and transponder "lease" fees that were not applicable as the transponder was one of the first ones handed out by the government, long before the 407 got privatized- i.e. no lease fee, and interest at something like 29% a year. They will not even "investigate" the account unless I pay a minimum of 25% up front. Flat-out extortion to try and rectify what I believe is their own "wrong" and negligence. I am having a tough time believing any of this could be considered 'legal'. If it is- we have a serious problem in Ontario these days. Anyways- the only option I have is to take them to court. I'd use Small Claims, but the amount they want is too high- so it will have to go to General Division- which is a system I know little about and need a lawyer to, at the very least, write a brief that is accurate and winnable in the court. Anyone hear of any lawyers that have experience taking on the 407 with at least some degree of success?