Upcoming changes to the province’s auto insurance system will come into effect June 2016 – what adjusters need to know.
A recent court case may broaden the application of the pollution exclusion in commercial liability coverage.
What recent American developments reveal about the potential future of cyber liability in Canada.
In Lloyd’s Underwriters v. Blue Mountain Log Sales Ltd., a B.C. court wrestled with the issue of pre-tender defense costs.
What are the implications of lead paint liability for Canadian insurance coverage?
A recent Alberta court decision suggests that insurers should tread carefully on coverage involving intentional acts and negligence.
Peer-to-peer technologies are allowing individuals to offer rides in their cars to people for a fee, and to rent their houses to strangers. For adjusters, claims arising out of these new shared economies are anything but simple.
The law of the jurisdiction plays a key role in insurance contract interpretation and rights of recovery.
How to develop social media evidence in litigation to best effect.
An oil spill case shows the consequences of not naming an additional insured on a policy
Negligent disclosure of natural hazard risks can pose future liability.
A national overview of personal injury cases