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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23
Mar

Water and Flood Protection

Did you know? Weather patterns are changing worldwide, a trend that’s affecting Canada directly. Canada has an average of 20 more rain days a year than in the 1950’s. Severe weather events that used to happen every 40 years can now be expected to happen every six years. Canada sustains 20 times the amount of storms and floods than we

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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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20
Mar

Fire safety tips for your home

Fire Safety – Courtesy of the Intact Insurance Home Safety Program How Many Smoke Alarms Should I Have? Smoke alarms save lives. Many fatal fires occur at night when people are asleep. It is important to have at least one smoke alarm on every level of your home located in the hallway near bedrooms to wake you in case of

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18
Mar

Umbrella Insurance

In this article you’ll discover: When umbrella insurance is a good idea What umbrella insurance covers How to obtain umbrella insurance As you may suspect, personal umbrella insurance sits on top over your auto and homeowner insurance policies, protecting you. For example: If you’re liable for the injury of an individual or damage to property and the judgment against you

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17
Mar

Rental Car Insurance

Ah… the holiday at last. In fact, you’ve decided to wrap your holiday around Canada Day. You and the family have arrived at your destination. You’ve collected the luggage and take a tram to the rental car facility. As you’re renting the car, the rental car representative asks, “So, do you want to purchase the loss damage waiver?” You look

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16
Mar

Life Insurance

As an earner with dependents, you have to consider life insurance. It’s a sad situation when a breadwinner prematurely loses his/her life and has not purchased life insurance. The money the dependents live on has suddenly disappeared, never to return Life insurance can help protect against that. Plus, some products will also allow you to accumulate wealth while you pay

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15
Mar

Boat Insurance

As a boater or boater to be, you’ll want the appropriate boat insurance. This will help give you the peace of mind you need while enjoying your vessel on the beautiful lakes and rivers of Alberta and other parts of Canada and the U.S. This article will help you discover the following: Canadian regulations for operating a pleasure craft The

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14
Mar

Insure your Valuables

A loss of your cherished possessions can be devastating. High value home insurance can simplify the insurance process while protecting jewelry, fine art, antiques, wine and other collectibles unlike standard insurance policies. As a high value home owner, ask yourself the following questions when evaluating your existing insurance protection: Worldwide coverage: Would you like to have the option of worldwide

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