7
Aug

Should I Get Roadside Assistance With My Insurance?

How Roadside Assistance Helps You in an Emergency… Roadside assistance is a service that has become more in demand over the years due to an increase in the lifespan of cars on the road and car’s advanced technology features that sometimes require an extra helping hand. In Alberta, you have a myriad of roadside assistance options to offer you service

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1
May

Alpine Insurance Acquires Canadian Commercial Insurance

On March 1st, 2018 Alpine Insurance & Financial Inc. successfully acquired Canadian Commercial Insurance Inc. Canadian Commercial Insurance is a small full service P & C brokerage that is currently situated in Lethbridge Alberta.  Canadian Commercial Insurance will continue to operate until transitioned into the Alpine brokerage. Sharlayne Makin joined the insurance industry in 1982 in a small rural agency

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6
Apr

Things You Should Know BEFORE You Submit Your Claim

Things You Should Know BEFORE You Submit Your Claim Dear Most Valued Client, You’re probably reading this because you recently had a car accident or suffered some other kind of loss to one of your vehicles, your home or your business. And you’re wondering … Should I submit a claim to my insurance company or not? Will there be any

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22
Mar

Graduating from College Soon

Graduating from College Soon? “What University / College Graduates Need to Know about Insurance” Congratulations! Graduating from a University or College is a significant milestone in your life. One that will bring on many new and exciting life changes involving work, money, living space and possessions. As you seek out new ventures, one thing you’ll need is insurance. And one

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21
Mar

Climate Change and Your Insurance Premiums

Stories of windstorms in Lethbridge, hail losses in Calgary and severe rainstorms in Edmonton are becoming all too familiar in Alberta. In the last year alone, Alberta insurance companies paid out over $500 million in claims and the numbers are increasing. Catastrophic weather cost Canadian insurance companies $1.7 billion 2011 versus $1 billion in 2009 and 2010. Not only have

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4
May

Fort McMurray Wildfire Insurance Information

As the wildfire south of Fort McMurray Continues to burn, we wanted to provide you with some updates and information regarding the situation in Northern Alberta. If you are a customer of Alpine Insurance, Please call 1-877-770-8822 to report your claim. Alternatively, you can find claims contact information for our representing companies here Alberta Emergency Alert has issued mandatory evacuations

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16
Dec

Renters/Tenant Insurance is it really necessary?

      Something You Should Think About What do you think your belongings are worth? Conducting a thorough home inventory might be an eye-opening experience since the value of your furniture, Blu-Ray collection, clothing, books and moveable appliances can really add up. Without coverage, replacing these items could be a real financial hardship. With renters insurance, you are covered.

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25
Nov

Drones: A New Frontier in Risk Management

While hobbyists have been using unmanned aerial vehicles, better known as drones, for some time, businesses are just starting to adapt the technology for their own uses. Drones are creating new opportunities and new risks for businesses to evaluate, and regulators and insurance carriers are scrambling to keep pace. Despite the fact that drones are readily available, employing them for

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28
Oct

Have a Spooky, Yet Safe Halloween

  Do you remember how much fun it was to get dressed up as your favourite action hero, cartoon character or princess and go door-to-door for Halloween treats? Well, your children now get to experience that same joy. Just as your parents did for you, now it’s your turn to prevent Halloween accidents and injuries by supervising your children closely.

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7
Oct

Simple Ways to Protect Your Identity

According to Identity Theft Canada, ID theft is one of the most common crimes occurring in Canada today. Once a victim of ID theft, you may spend an average of $1,500 and 175 hours to get your life back in order. Even though that statistic may be alarming, with a few safety precautions you can stay one step ahead of

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