In the face of climate change, cyber risks, and mass terror plots affecting entire regions and sometimes economic sectors, business interruption coverage is a challenging coverage to both write and adjust. This challenge is multi-faceted and directly impacted by global…
Blameworthiness or liability in any crash involving a vehicle equipped with self-driving technology will continue to be the main roadblock to the effective implementation and adoption by consumers of autonomous vehicle (AV) technology. The question is: How do you determine…
How to protect your clients from running afoul of the European Union’s privacy breach law.
It was snowing heavily on February 8, 2013 when Antonio Carneiro Jr. drove his car downhill on Brock Rd. near Pickering, Ontario. He lost control. His vehicle slid into the path of an oncoming vehicle at the intersection with Whitevale…
A guide for assessing the liability of machine drivers when they don’t live up to the standards of human drivers.
Insurers are increasingly rejecting one-page appraisals for valuable property such as jewelry, artwork or antiques – and for good reason.
Why the fate of insuring sports and recreational facilities hangs in the balance
Appliance Fire and Flood Claims – Part 1
A shift in the global economy has changed the risks facing Canadian businesses. Companies are now calling for insurance solutions that protect their intangible assets.
Who will be in charge as autonomous vehicles and human-driven cars operate side by side on our highways?
A pool of Canadian nuclear insurers has created a state-of-the-art, made-in-Canada claims administration system for handling nuclear incidents.
Some advice on how to “future-proof” the insurance needs of Canada’s very agile small and medium sized businesses.