Insurance brokers have a duty to give sound insurance advice. In a commercial insurance context, brokers are required to know the in/out of a clients’ business in order to source and secure the proper insurance coverage.
On October 24, 2020 there is a provincial election that is taking place in British Columbia. The BC NDP is advancing a new plan for the Insurance Corporation of BC: “No Fault” insurance.
Douglas Chiu explains how a 10-year-old insurance case from the Ontario Superior Court is worth looking at during COVID-19.
Some policies cover business interruption in a pandemic, some don’t. It’s all in the details.
No-fault insurance puts all the power in the hands of ICBC.
Stopping is a judgment call. What you saw could help settle an insurance dispute later on.
Slipping on ice is like a right of passage for Canadians, but it doesn’t have to be. There are many ways to reduce the danger and risk of injury.
You don’t have to take no for an answer. Fight the insurance company and win with a strong team of lawyers and investigators on your side.
Some injury and small claims disputes are heard by the Civil Resolution Tribunal, Canada’s first online tribunal.
Doorings are the most reported type of cyclist collision in Vancouver.
The woman could no longer do her job or take care of simple tasks at home because of a partial disability.
Partner Dale McGregor is leading a provincial effort to stop a legislative error that may affect insurance coverage on forest roads.