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Cyber Insurance in Ontario

Sep 3, 2020 4:45:21 PM
A privacy breach can include the loss, theft, or unauthorized access to or use of personal customer or employee information. With our cyber insurance coverage, we help you get back to business in the event you are targeted, with coverage for remediation expenses, business interruption loss and certain legal expenses. 

Protect Yourself and Your Tenants with Student Rental Insurance

Sep 3, 2020 4:44:48 PM
Student residential rental property insurance for landlords who rent one- to four-unit occupied properties, from single family homes and condo units to duplexes and fourplexes. You put care into maintaining your rental property. You do your best to choose good tenants. You’re just as careful about choosing the right insurance coverage. We understand how important your investment is to you. We can provide you with a competitive quote with your student rental insurance application in Hamilton. 

Car Insurance Hamilton & Mississauga

Sep 3, 2020 4:43:53 PM
Options for Car Insurance in Hamilton & Mississauga Required by law across Canada, Hamilton car insurance covers the owner/driver, passengers, pedestrians and property affected by a vehicle collision. ​ Once behind the wheel, the possibility of something going very wrong is very real. As a driver, the life and property of your passengers, fellow drivers and pedestrians is in your hands. Whether you’re just learning, commute every weekday or enjoy Sunday drives in your classic car, it’s important to understand how car insurance in Hamilton, Ontario works.

Product Liability

Sep 3, 2020 4:43:23 PM
Product liability refers to situations where a customer purchases a product, and an issue with the product causes a bodily injury or property damage. Business owners can be found responsible for the damages if the source of the issue can be traced back to the small business. Some of the common issues customers encounter that result in product liability claims include:

Wind Storm Watch

Sep 25, 2018 11:48:31 AM
When you think of windstorms and tornados, images of Dorothy, Toto, and living in Kansas come to mind! However, these storms do happen in our neck of the woods and can be a destructive reality. In Canada, tornado season typically runs between March and October, with activity peaking in late June or early July. Accompanied by thunder, lightning and high winds, the average wind storm causes a damage swath of approximately six kilometres in length.

5 Common Insurance Claims for Small Business

Aug 28, 2018 9:21:11 AM
Common small business insurance claims help us understand what parts of your business are most at risk. The smaller your business, the bigger the financial impact could be if you’re sued or if you experience a loss that’s not covered by your insurance policy. Understanding these common claims can help make sure your business is protected from risks that are prevalent for small business owners.