Ontario Insurance News & Views - page 3

Keeping A Step Ahead Of “Slip and Fall” Liability Exposures

October 22, 2018

Avoid the insurance, legal, and municipal financial pitfalls associated with slip and fall risk exposure. Read more

Driving High? Here’s What You Get

October 17, 2018

As of June 21, 2018, new Canadian laws impose stiff penalties for driving under the influence of cannabis and other drugs, giving police officers lots of new powers to catch high drivers, and make sure they pay the price.

Read more

This $10 Part Could Save You Thousands of Dollars in Water Damage

October 15, 2018

What!? Am I reading this correctly – a simple fixture that costs about $10, which is available in nearly any hardware store, can save me big time in terms of possible water damage to my home as well as insurance premiums. Sign me up!

Read more

Are Tornadoes Covered by Homeowners Insurance?

September 26, 2018

Yes, while home and business insurance policies do differ according to each insurer, damage from tornadoes and hurricanes is generally covered, as it is included with coverage against wind damage. Read more

Insurtech and the Great Blue Yonder… Really? – Part III

September 24, 2018

A series of 3 articles looking at technology within insurance, where it is now and where it needs to go… (Go to Part 2).

Read more

Insurtech and the Great Blue Yonder… Really? – Part II

September 24, 2018

A series of 3 articles looking at technology within insurance, where it is now and where it needs to go… (Go to Part 1).

It Should be About Making Life Easier for Customers…

Read more

Insurtech and the Great Blue Yonder… Really? – Part I

September 24, 2018

A series of 3 articles looking at technology within insurance, where it is now and where it needs to go…

The Insurance Industry is Very Busy Standing Still in the Customers’ Eyes

So where do we go from here? Read more

The Status of the David Marshall Report and Auto Insurance Reforms

September 14, 2018

Many Ontario drivers have likely never heard of David Marshall. In 2016, the Minister of Finance appointed Mr. Marshall as an advisor to make recommendations on improving Ontario’s auto insurance system. Before his appointment, Marshall was the President and CEO of the Workplace Read more

Co-insurance & Other Traps to Avoid For Commercial Landlords

September 11, 2018

Based on claims case experience, the vast majority of commercial landlords do not have adequate property insurance coverage, according to insurance industry experts.

Read more

Adam Mitchell on The Insurance Podcast

September 7, 2018

Adam Mitchell recently had the pleasure of being a guest on The Insurance Podcast, hosted by Pete Tessier, to talk about various issues within the insurance marketplace and industry in Ontario.

Read more