They categorically denied that the employee didn't share any financial nor medical data but didn't specify others. I would assume a contact number or email address or address has been disclosed due to inconvenience I am receiving in this contact methods. Other than that, they didn't specify anything further as there is still an ongoing investigation by the police and other authorities involved.
Then my follow up question is
a) why are they apologetic about the situation?
b) I am the one at fault on the collision and there is no need to disclose my information because I don't need an injury lawyer. Therefore, the disclosure to third party was a bit in question in my opinion.
c) They are no longer my car insurance company. Its at the late quarter of 2011 that I was involved. Is that still a normal practice to disclose it now? Employee is just border on malicious, tethering on fraud, in my opinion. This has caused me anxiety as my dad as well received telephone calls which he don't normally get about car accidents 2-3 years ago.
I don't believe they should get away with the inconvenience the insurance company have caused me. Now, if your opinion still stays the same, then I won't pursue this matter.