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Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

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Quebec’s distracted driving laws start this weekend, cyclists included

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2018|12:00 am

Ontario20Distracted20Driving20Laws-4.jpg

This weekend, Quebec will implement its new distracted driving laws and the changes will not just affect drivers in the province. Cyclists and mobility scooter users will also have plenty…

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Canadian fined for using Apple Watch while at a red light

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2018|12:00 am

Apple-Watch-Official-1.jpg

Late for work? Don’t think about checking your watch or you could face a distracted charge, especially if you have a wearable device. The National Post reports a woman from…

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Minor injury cap should be on the table in NL

By: Luke Jones|June 6, 2018|12:00 am

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While many have welcomed the review of the auto insurance system in Newfoundland and Labrador, one lawyer who represents accident victims in the province has questioned it. Specifically, Jerome Kennedy…

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Will winning Ontario party push for public auto insurance market?

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2018|12:00 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-4.jpg

Ontario is moving towards election and we have already written about political parties building their campaigns on auto insurance promises, specifically the elimination of territorial assessment of premium cost. That…

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Canada should have mandatory reporting of all insurance fraud says Aviva Canada

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2018|12:00 am

Aviva-Canada-17.jpg

Gordon Rasbach, vice president of legal and fraud management for Aviva Canada has urged Canadian insures to follow the lead of other nations in the way auto insurance fraud is…

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ICBC’s problems are unsustainable

By: Luke Jones|April 29, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-29.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has been in the spotlight recently after a 2017 report found the public insurer is in financial danger. Now, an economics leader has…

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Minor Injury Reform will Help Save the ICBC Says B.C. Attorney General

By: Luke Jones|April 25, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-28.png

BC Attorney General David Eby says the new reforms coming to the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) will finally help the struggling public insurer turn a corner and recover…

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Secondary liability a possibility for people who distract drivers with messages

By: Luke Jones|April 24, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-10.jpg

We understand that distracted driving has legal and insurance implications for drivers, but what about the person who is distracting them? Is a client on the hook if they message…

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IBC welcomes B.C. confirmation of cap for minor injuries from auto collisions

By: Luke Jones|April 24, 2018|12:00 am

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The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has today issued a press release on behalf of private auto insurance carriers in Canada applauding the decision of the British Columbia (B.C.) government…

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Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec’s distracted driving laws start this weekend, cyclists included

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2018|12:00 am

Ontario20Distracted20Driving20Laws-4.jpg

This weekend, Quebec will implement its new distracted driving laws and the changes will not just affect drivers in the province. Cyclists and mobility scooter users will also have plenty…

Read More

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Canadian fined for using Apple Watch while at a red light

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2018|12:00 am

Apple-Watch-Official-1.jpg

Late for work? Don’t think about checking your watch or you could face a distracted charge, especially if you have a wearable device. The National Post reports a woman from…

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Minor injury cap should be on the table in NL

By: Luke Jones|June 6, 2018|12:00 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-26.jpg

While many have welcomed the review of the auto insurance system in Newfoundland and Labrador, one lawyer who represents accident victims in the province has questioned it. Specifically, Jerome Kennedy…

Read More

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Will winning Ontario party push for public auto insurance market?

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2018|12:00 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-4.jpg

Ontario is moving towards election and we have already written about political parties building their campaigns on auto insurance promises, specifically the elimination of territorial assessment of premium cost. That…

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Canada should have mandatory reporting of all insurance fraud says Aviva Canada

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2018|12:00 am

Aviva-Canada-17.jpg

Gordon Rasbach, vice president of legal and fraud management for Aviva Canada has urged Canadian insures to follow the lead of other nations in the way auto insurance fraud is…

Read More

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ICBC’s problems are unsustainable

By: Luke Jones|April 29, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-29.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has been in the spotlight recently after a 2017 report found the public insurer is in financial danger. Now, an economics leader has…

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Minor Injury Reform will Help Save the ICBC Says B.C. Attorney General

By: Luke Jones|April 25, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-28.png

BC Attorney General David Eby says the new reforms coming to the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) will finally help the struggling public insurer turn a corner and recover…

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Secondary liability a possibility for people who distract drivers with messages

By: Luke Jones|April 24, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-10.jpg

We understand that distracted driving has legal and insurance implications for drivers, but what about the person who is distracting them? Is a client on the hook if they message…

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IBC welcomes B.C. confirmation of cap for minor injuries from auto collisions

By: Luke Jones|April 24, 2018|12:00 am

image001-12.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has today issued a press release on behalf of private auto insurance carriers in Canada applauding the decision of the British Columbia (B.C.) government…

Read More

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Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec’s distracted driving laws start this weekend, cyclists included

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2018|12:00 am

Ontario20Distracted20Driving20Laws-4.jpg

This weekend, Quebec will implement its new distracted driving laws and the changes will not just affect drivers in the province. Cyclists and mobility scooter users will also have plenty…

Read More

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Canadian fined for using Apple Watch while at a red light

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2018|12:00 am

Apple-Watch-Official-1.jpg

Late for work? Don’t think about checking your watch or you could face a distracted charge, especially if you have a wearable device. The National Post reports a woman from…

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Minor injury cap should be on the table in NL

By: Luke Jones|June 6, 2018|12:00 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-26.jpg

While many have welcomed the review of the auto insurance system in Newfoundland and Labrador, one lawyer who represents accident victims in the province has questioned it. Specifically, Jerome Kennedy…

Read More

Categories:

Will winning Ontario party push for public auto insurance market?

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2018|12:00 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-4.jpg

Ontario is moving towards election and we have already written about political parties building their campaigns on auto insurance promises, specifically the elimination of territorial assessment of premium cost. That…

Read More

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Canada should have mandatory reporting of all insurance fraud says Aviva Canada

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2018|12:00 am

Aviva-Canada-17.jpg

Gordon Rasbach, vice president of legal and fraud management for Aviva Canada has urged Canadian insures to follow the lead of other nations in the way auto insurance fraud is…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC’s problems are unsustainable

By: Luke Jones|April 29, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-29.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has been in the spotlight recently after a 2017 report found the public insurer is in financial danger. Now, an economics leader has…

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Minor Injury Reform will Help Save the ICBC Says B.C. Attorney General

By: Luke Jones|April 25, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-28.png

BC Attorney General David Eby says the new reforms coming to the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) will finally help the struggling public insurer turn a corner and recover…

Read More

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Secondary liability a possibility for people who distract drivers with messages

By: Luke Jones|April 24, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-10.jpg

We understand that distracted driving has legal and insurance implications for drivers, but what about the person who is distracting them? Is a client on the hook if they message…

Read More

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IBC welcomes B.C. confirmation of cap for minor injuries from auto collisions

By: Luke Jones|April 24, 2018|12:00 am

image001-12.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has today issued a press release on behalf of private auto insurance carriers in Canada applauding the decision of the British Columbia (B.C.) government…

Read More

Categories:

Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec’s distracted driving laws start this weekend, cyclists included

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2018|12:00 am

Ontario20Distracted20Driving20Laws-4.jpg

This weekend, Quebec will implement its new distracted driving laws and the changes will not just affect drivers in the province. Cyclists and mobility scooter users will also have plenty…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian fined for using Apple Watch while at a red light

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2018|12:00 am

Apple-Watch-Official-1.jpg

Late for work? Don’t think about checking your watch or you could face a distracted charge, especially if you have a wearable device. The National Post reports a woman from…

Read More

Categories:

Minor injury cap should be on the table in NL

By: Luke Jones|June 6, 2018|12:00 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-26.jpg

While many have welcomed the review of the auto insurance system in Newfoundland and Labrador, one lawyer who represents accident victims in the province has questioned it. Specifically, Jerome Kennedy…

Read More

Categories:

Will winning Ontario party push for public auto insurance market?

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2018|12:00 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-4.jpg

Ontario is moving towards election and we have already written about political parties building their campaigns on auto insurance promises, specifically the elimination of territorial assessment of premium cost. That…

Read More

Categories:

Canada should have mandatory reporting of all insurance fraud says Aviva Canada

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2018|12:00 am

Aviva-Canada-17.jpg

Gordon Rasbach, vice president of legal and fraud management for Aviva Canada has urged Canadian insures to follow the lead of other nations in the way auto insurance fraud is…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC’s problems are unsustainable

By: Luke Jones|April 29, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-29.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has been in the spotlight recently after a 2017 report found the public insurer is in financial danger. Now, an economics leader has…

Read More

Categories:

Minor Injury Reform will Help Save the ICBC Says B.C. Attorney General

By: Luke Jones|April 25, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-28.png

BC Attorney General David Eby says the new reforms coming to the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) will finally help the struggling public insurer turn a corner and recover…

Read More

Categories:

Secondary liability a possibility for people who distract drivers with messages

By: Luke Jones|April 24, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-10.jpg

We understand that distracted driving has legal and insurance implications for drivers, but what about the person who is distracting them? Is a client on the hook if they message…

Read More

Categories:

IBC welcomes B.C. confirmation of cap for minor injuries from auto collisions

By: Luke Jones|April 24, 2018|12:00 am

image001-12.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has today issued a press release on behalf of private auto insurance carriers in Canada applauding the decision of the British Columbia (B.C.) government…

Read More

Categories:

Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec’s distracted driving laws start this weekend, cyclists included

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2018|12:00 am

Ontario20Distracted20Driving20Laws-4.jpg

This weekend, Quebec will implement its new distracted driving laws and the changes will not just affect drivers in the province. Cyclists and mobility scooter users will also have plenty…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian fined for using Apple Watch while at a red light

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2018|12:00 am

Apple-Watch-Official-1.jpg

Late for work? Don’t think about checking your watch or you could face a distracted charge, especially if you have a wearable device. The National Post reports a woman from…

Read More

Categories:

Minor injury cap should be on the table in NL

By: Luke Jones|June 6, 2018|12:00 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-26.jpg

While many have welcomed the review of the auto insurance system in Newfoundland and Labrador, one lawyer who represents accident victims in the province has questioned it. Specifically, Jerome Kennedy…

Read More

Categories:

Will winning Ontario party push for public auto insurance market?

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2018|12:00 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-4.jpg

Ontario is moving towards election and we have already written about political parties building their campaigns on auto insurance promises, specifically the elimination of territorial assessment of premium cost. That…

Read More

Categories:

Canada should have mandatory reporting of all insurance fraud says Aviva Canada

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2018|12:00 am

Aviva-Canada-17.jpg

Gordon Rasbach, vice president of legal and fraud management for Aviva Canada has urged Canadian insures to follow the lead of other nations in the way auto insurance fraud is…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC’s problems are unsustainable

By: Luke Jones|April 29, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-29.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has been in the spotlight recently after a 2017 report found the public insurer is in financial danger. Now, an economics leader has…

Read More

Categories:

Minor Injury Reform will Help Save the ICBC Says B.C. Attorney General

By: Luke Jones|April 25, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-28.png

BC Attorney General David Eby says the new reforms coming to the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) will finally help the struggling public insurer turn a corner and recover…

Read More

Categories:

Secondary liability a possibility for people who distract drivers with messages

By: Luke Jones|April 24, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-10.jpg

We understand that distracted driving has legal and insurance implications for drivers, but what about the person who is distracting them? Is a client on the hook if they message…

Read More

Categories:

IBC welcomes B.C. confirmation of cap for minor injuries from auto collisions

By: Luke Jones|April 24, 2018|12:00 am

image001-12.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has today issued a press release on behalf of private auto insurance carriers in Canada applauding the decision of the British Columbia (B.C.) government…

Read More

Categories:

Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec’s distracted driving laws start this weekend, cyclists included

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2018|12:00 am

Ontario20Distracted20Driving20Laws-4.jpg

This weekend, Quebec will implement its new distracted driving laws and the changes will not just affect drivers in the province. Cyclists and mobility scooter users will also have plenty…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian fined for using Apple Watch while at a red light

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2018|12:00 am

Apple-Watch-Official-1.jpg

Late for work? Don’t think about checking your watch or you could face a distracted charge, especially if you have a wearable device. The National Post reports a woman from…

Read More

Categories:

Minor injury cap should be on the table in NL

By: Luke Jones|June 6, 2018|12:00 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-26.jpg

While many have welcomed the review of the auto insurance system in Newfoundland and Labrador, one lawyer who represents accident victims in the province has questioned it. Specifically, Jerome Kennedy…

Read More

Categories:

Will winning Ontario party push for public auto insurance market?

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2018|12:00 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-4.jpg

Ontario is moving towards election and we have already written about political parties building their campaigns on auto insurance promises, specifically the elimination of territorial assessment of premium cost. That…

Read More

Categories:

Canada should have mandatory reporting of all insurance fraud says Aviva Canada

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2018|12:00 am

Aviva-Canada-17.jpg

Gordon Rasbach, vice president of legal and fraud management for Aviva Canada has urged Canadian insures to follow the lead of other nations in the way auto insurance fraud is…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC’s problems are unsustainable

By: Luke Jones|April 29, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-29.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has been in the spotlight recently after a 2017 report found the public insurer is in financial danger. Now, an economics leader has…

Read More

Categories:

Minor Injury Reform will Help Save the ICBC Says B.C. Attorney General

By: Luke Jones|April 25, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-28.png

BC Attorney General David Eby says the new reforms coming to the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) will finally help the struggling public insurer turn a corner and recover…

Read More

Categories:

Secondary liability a possibility for people who distract drivers with messages

By: Luke Jones|April 24, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-10.jpg

We understand that distracted driving has legal and insurance implications for drivers, but what about the person who is distracting them? Is a client on the hook if they message…

Read More

Categories:

IBC welcomes B.C. confirmation of cap for minor injuries from auto collisions

By: Luke Jones|April 24, 2018|12:00 am

image001-12.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has today issued a press release on behalf of private auto insurance carriers in Canada applauding the decision of the British Columbia (B.C.) government…

Read More

Categories:

Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec’s distracted driving laws start this weekend, cyclists included

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2018|12:00 am

Ontario20Distracted20Driving20Laws-4.jpg

This weekend, Quebec will implement its new distracted driving laws and the changes will not just affect drivers in the province. Cyclists and mobility scooter users will also have plenty…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian fined for using Apple Watch while at a red light

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2018|12:00 am

Apple-Watch-Official-1.jpg

Late for work? Don’t think about checking your watch or you could face a distracted charge, especially if you have a wearable device. The National Post reports a woman from…

Read More

Categories:

Minor injury cap should be on the table in NL

By: Luke Jones|June 6, 2018|12:00 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-26.jpg

While many have welcomed the review of the auto insurance system in Newfoundland and Labrador, one lawyer who represents accident victims in the province has questioned it. Specifically, Jerome Kennedy…

Read More

Categories:

Will winning Ontario party push for public auto insurance market?

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2018|12:00 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-4.jpg

Ontario is moving towards election and we have already written about political parties building their campaigns on auto insurance promises, specifically the elimination of territorial assessment of premium cost. That…

Read More

Categories:

Canada should have mandatory reporting of all insurance fraud says Aviva Canada

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2018|12:00 am

Aviva-Canada-17.jpg

Gordon Rasbach, vice president of legal and fraud management for Aviva Canada has urged Canadian insures to follow the lead of other nations in the way auto insurance fraud is…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC’s problems are unsustainable

By: Luke Jones|April 29, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-29.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has been in the spotlight recently after a 2017 report found the public insurer is in financial danger. Now, an economics leader has…

Read More

Categories:

Minor Injury Reform will Help Save the ICBC Says B.C. Attorney General

By: Luke Jones|April 25, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-28.png

BC Attorney General David Eby says the new reforms coming to the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) will finally help the struggling public insurer turn a corner and recover…

Read More

Categories:

Secondary liability a possibility for people who distract drivers with messages

By: Luke Jones|April 24, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-10.jpg

We understand that distracted driving has legal and insurance implications for drivers, but what about the person who is distracting them? Is a client on the hook if they message…

Read More

Categories:

IBC welcomes B.C. confirmation of cap for minor injuries from auto collisions

By: Luke Jones|April 24, 2018|12:00 am

image001-12.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has today issued a press release on behalf of private auto insurance carriers in Canada applauding the decision of the British Columbia (B.C.) government…

Read More

Categories:

Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec’s distracted driving laws start this weekend, cyclists included

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2018|12:00 am

Ontario20Distracted20Driving20Laws-4.jpg

This weekend, Quebec will implement its new distracted driving laws and the changes will not just affect drivers in the province. Cyclists and mobility scooter users will also have plenty…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian fined for using Apple Watch while at a red light

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2018|12:00 am

Apple-Watch-Official-1.jpg

Late for work? Don’t think about checking your watch or you could face a distracted charge, especially if you have a wearable device. The National Post reports a woman from…

Read More

Categories:

Minor injury cap should be on the table in NL

By: Luke Jones|June 6, 2018|12:00 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-26.jpg

While many have welcomed the review of the auto insurance system in Newfoundland and Labrador, one lawyer who represents accident victims in the province has questioned it. Specifically, Jerome Kennedy…

Read More

Categories:

Will winning Ontario party push for public auto insurance market?

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2018|12:00 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-4.jpg

Ontario is moving towards election and we have already written about political parties building their campaigns on auto insurance promises, specifically the elimination of territorial assessment of premium cost. That…

Read More

Categories:

Canada should have mandatory reporting of all insurance fraud says Aviva Canada

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2018|12:00 am

Aviva-Canada-17.jpg

Gordon Rasbach, vice president of legal and fraud management for Aviva Canada has urged Canadian insures to follow the lead of other nations in the way auto insurance fraud is…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC’s problems are unsustainable

By: Luke Jones|April 29, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-29.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has been in the spotlight recently after a 2017 report found the public insurer is in financial danger. Now, an economics leader has…

Read More

Categories:

Minor Injury Reform will Help Save the ICBC Says B.C. Attorney General

By: Luke Jones|April 25, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-28.png

BC Attorney General David Eby says the new reforms coming to the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) will finally help the struggling public insurer turn a corner and recover…

Read More

Categories:

Secondary liability a possibility for people who distract drivers with messages

By: Luke Jones|April 24, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-10.jpg

We understand that distracted driving has legal and insurance implications for drivers, but what about the person who is distracting them? Is a client on the hook if they message…

Read More

Categories:

IBC welcomes B.C. confirmation of cap for minor injuries from auto collisions

By: Luke Jones|April 24, 2018|12:00 am

image001-12.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has today issued a press release on behalf of private auto insurance carriers in Canada applauding the decision of the British Columbia (B.C.) government…

Read More

Categories:

Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec’s distracted driving laws start this weekend, cyclists included

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2018|12:00 am

Ontario20Distracted20Driving20Laws-4.jpg

This weekend, Quebec will implement its new distracted driving laws and the changes will not just affect drivers in the province. Cyclists and mobility scooter users will also have plenty…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian fined for using Apple Watch while at a red light

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2018|12:00 am

Apple-Watch-Official-1.jpg

Late for work? Don’t think about checking your watch or you could face a distracted charge, especially if you have a wearable device. The National Post reports a woman from…

Read More

Categories:

Minor injury cap should be on the table in NL

By: Luke Jones|June 6, 2018|12:00 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-26.jpg

While many have welcomed the review of the auto insurance system in Newfoundland and Labrador, one lawyer who represents accident victims in the province has questioned it. Specifically, Jerome Kennedy…

Read More

Categories:

Will winning Ontario party push for public auto insurance market?

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2018|12:00 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-4.jpg

Ontario is moving towards election and we have already written about political parties building their campaigns on auto insurance promises, specifically the elimination of territorial assessment of premium cost. That…

Read More

Categories:

Canada should have mandatory reporting of all insurance fraud says Aviva Canada

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2018|12:00 am

Aviva-Canada-17.jpg

Gordon Rasbach, vice president of legal and fraud management for Aviva Canada has urged Canadian insures to follow the lead of other nations in the way auto insurance fraud is…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC’s problems are unsustainable

By: Luke Jones|April 29, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-29.png

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has been in the spotlight recently after a 2017 report found the public insurer is in financial danger. Now, an economics leader has…

Read More

Categories:

Minor Injury Reform will Help Save the ICBC Says B.C. Attorney General

By: Luke Jones|April 25, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-28.png

BC Attorney General David Eby says the new reforms coming to the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) will finally help the struggling public insurer turn a corner and recover…

Read More

Categories:

Secondary liability a possibility for people who distract drivers with messages

By: Luke Jones|April 24, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_60763357-10.jpg

We understand that distracted driving has legal and insurance implications for drivers, but what about the person who is distracting them? Is a client on the hook if they message…

Read More

Categories:

IBC welcomes B.C. confirmation of cap for minor injuries from auto collisions

By: Luke Jones|April 24, 2018|12:00 am

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The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has today issued a press release on behalf of private auto insurance carriers in Canada applauding the decision of the British Columbia (B.C.) government…

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Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

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Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

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Quebec’s distracted driving laws start this weekend, cyclists included

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2018|12:00 am

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This weekend, Quebec will implement its new distracted driving laws and the changes will not just affect drivers in the province. Cyclists and mobility scooter users will also have plenty…

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Canadian fined for using Apple Watch while at a red light

By: Luke Jones|June 27, 2018|12:00 am

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Late for work? Don’t think about checking your watch or you could face a distracted charge, especially if you have a wearable device. The National Post reports a woman from…

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Minor injury cap should be on the table in NL

By: Luke Jones|June 6, 2018|12:00 am

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While many have welcomed the review of the auto insurance system in Newfoundland and Labrador, one lawyer who represents accident victims in the province has questioned it. Specifically, Jerome Kennedy…

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Will winning Ontario party push for public auto insurance market?

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2018|12:00 am

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Ontario is moving towards election and we have already written about political parties building their campaigns on auto insurance promises, specifically the elimination of territorial assessment of premium cost. That…

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Canada should have mandatory reporting of all insurance fraud says Aviva Canada

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2018|12:00 am

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Gordon Rasbach, vice president of legal and fraud management for Aviva Canada has urged Canadian insures to follow the lead of other nations in the way auto insurance fraud is…

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ICBC’s problems are unsustainable

By: Luke Jones|April 29, 2018|12:00 am

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The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has been in the spotlight recently after a 2017 report found the public insurer is in financial danger. Now, an economics leader has…

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Minor Injury Reform will Help Save the ICBC Says B.C. Attorney General

By: Luke Jones|April 25, 2018|12:00 am

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BC Attorney General David Eby says the new reforms coming to the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) will finally help the struggling public insurer turn a corner and recover…

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Secondary liability a possibility for people who distract drivers with messages

By: Luke Jones|April 24, 2018|12:00 am

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We understand that distracted driving has legal and insurance implications for drivers, but what about the person who is distracting them? Is a client on the hook if they message…

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IBC welcomes B.C. confirmation of cap for minor injuries from auto collisions

By: Luke Jones|April 24, 2018|12:00 am

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The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has today issued a press release on behalf of private auto insurance carriers in Canada applauding the decision of the British Columbia (B.C.) government…

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