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Earthquake Insurance for Homes – Insurable but Often Uninsured

By |November 22nd, 2016|

Earthquake insurance factors to think about:

Earthquake defined
Why it’s not purchased
Exposure: Frequency & Severity
Government intervention
Insurance costs and conditions

“Earthquake” defined
Merriam-Webster defines earthquake as: a shaking or trembling of the earth that is volcanic or tectonic in origin; a shaking of a part of the earth’s surface that often causes great damage.
Issue: Why is earthquake insurance not purchased?
Earthquake […]

Ice Storm Leaves Tens of Thousands Without Power – Tips to Stay Safe and Cut Your Losses | Will Insurance Pay #IceStorm2013

By |December 25th, 2013|

Although it is the holiday season and many have celebrated a warm and happy Christmas, there are still tens of thousands without power in Toronto.

We’ve put together the following information to help with some tips on how to stay safe, as well as help you understand what resources you may have in regard to […]

From our claims file: Water flows through entire house

By |October 9th, 2013|

Claims Description: A contractor was in the process of renovating the upstairs bathroom. While the owners were away during the weekend, the temporary valve for the toilet failed, allowing the water to flow unabated from the second floor, to main floor and then to basement causing extensive damage at all levels.

Client’s Coverage: Homeowners Comprehensive Form.

Claim […]

Tips: What to do after an earthquake

By |May 22nd, 2013|

May 17 at 9:43, a magnitude 5.2 earthquake occurred near Shawville, QC, and the tremors were felt in the Ottawa-Gatineau area and out to Montreal, Toronto and Waterloo. Just 10 minutes later, the earthquake was followed by […]