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I am sorry to hear this.
What did Telus say?Why did the lawyers not want to act?
It could be difficult and protracted to sue . However, that is not the case if you sue in small claims court. You can sue for up to $25,000 in small claims court and can actually self represent.
When I suggest you do is pay a lawyer to simply send Telus a letter threatening a lawsuit. Telus will put this letter on the desk of their insurers at once and you may very well get an offer. If you do not or if the offer is too small then you consider consider suing and self representing. If you do that you can always post on this site if you find you need my help and I can assist you further.