We were in attendance last week in Toronto when Ontario based insurer Gore Mutual announced three new initiatives intended to add value to our clients and modernize their insurance experience.
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Every time you take your boat out on the water is a new experience. No matter how many trips you have under your belt, it is best to freshen up on boat safety before each voyage. Be sure you and your passengers follow these safe boating tips and practices to help promote an incident-free return from each outing.
Errors & Omissions Insurance aka (Professional Liability) is an important coverage for any individual providing advice, service or consultation. The purpose of this coverage is to protect professionals from future liability that may occur as a direct or indirect result of services provided to their clients.
If you are a snowbird heading south for the winter, there are several key things you can do to help protect your vacant home. Taking these steps can help protect your home from theft, water damage, heating or electrical system malfunctions and other possible threats while you are away for an extended period of time.
Taking precautions to prevent ice dams is an important part of preparing your home for winter weather. Knowing what an ice dam is, minimizing the conditions that allow one to form and removing an ice dam as soon as you spot one can help prevent serious damage to both the roof and the inside of your home.
Important changes to Ontario’s Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (“SABS”) – what you need to know
All owners of vehicles in Ontario must purchase a standard auto insurance policy. If you or your loved ones are seriously injured in a car accident, then you are entitled to receive “No Fault” Statutory Accident Benefits.
When creating an emergency survival kit, think about what you might need if you were stranded or needed to evacuate your home for three to seven days. Prepare your kit well in advance, and keep it in an easily accessible location, so you can take essential items with you if you must evacuate quickly.