January 17, 2011 by Canadian Underwriter
The Government of Nova Scotia has launched a new Web site soliciting input from the public as part of its Auto Insurance Review.
“We want to make sure that the voice of auto insurance consumers is heard,” said Graham Steele, minister for the Insurance Act. “The purpose of this independent review is to ensure Nova Scotians have access to appropriate coverage and premiums that are fair, stable and affordable.”
People can visit www.gov.ns.ca/autoinsurancereview/ to access background on auto insurance and provide input. The Web site will remain active during the review with new information being added throughout the process.
The deadline for submissions is Feb. 25.
The feedback will be considered by those conducting the review. Ron L’Esperance, a former provincial deputy minister, has been chosen to lead the review with the assistance of an advisory committee.
The committee members include: