5 Things Your Homeowner's Insurance Won't Cover

Posted on: 15 July 2015

As a homeowner, you may have assumptions about what your homeowner's insurance covers. It's important to know for sure, because there is nothing worse than trying to file a claim and realizing your insurance company isn't going to pay out. Have a real estate lawyer go over your insurance paperwork with you to ensure your needs are met. Here are some things you may not realize standard homeowner's insurance doesn't cover. [Read More]

What You Should Do If You Are Involved In A Single-Car Accident

Posted on: 29 May 2015

Most people know what to do in the event of a two-car or multi-car collision, but what should you do if you are in a single-vehicle event? Do you need to report it to the police and to your insurance company? And what if there is damage to your vehicle? Will it be possible to recover money from your insurance company, or will it be difficult to prove your claim? [Read More]

4 Ways Car Insurance Can Cover Animal Damages

Posted on: 6 April 2015

The animal kingdom has all kinds of creatures that do not understand how traffic or vehicles work. Unfortunately, instances like this can cause major damage to your vehicle. Instead of paying for all the damages yourself, there are many ways to prevent these costs through car insurance coverage. Comprehensive insurance plans often include added coverage for multiple types of animal damage. Before selecting the type of coverage that you want, it's important to understand the different types of damages that can occur. [Read More]

Protecting Your Pet: 3 Ways To Make Sure That The Pet Insurance Is Worth It

Posted on: 11 March 2015

The pet industry is huge. Recent data has indicated that pet owners represent a $6.5 billion a year business opportunity with over 57% of Canadian households owning at least one pet. Owning a pet can be extremely expensive. The cost of training, food, vaccinations, toys, and pet sitting can quickly add up. With the economy in a tough place, knowing that your pet is financially covered in the event of an emergency is important. Insurance brokers offer various pet insurance coverage that is designed to do just that — protect your pet and keep medical bills low. [Read More]