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The Condo Conundrum

June 2, 2012 David Gambrill, Senior Editor

B.C. brokers turned out in droves to a seminar discussing the twisted turns of applying strata insurance deductibles.

Greg Horn, Vice President, Industry Relations, Mitchell International
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No Drive-by Trend

May 1, 2012 Greg Horn, Vice President, Industry Relations, Mitchell International

The insurance industry should keep an eye on trends in accident avoidance technology, because the safety features are here to stay.

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Mobilizing Against Fraud

March 1, 2012 Willie Handler, Consultant, Willie Handler and Associates

The Ontario Auto Insurance Anti-Fraud Task Force has taken preliminary steps to establish the scope and appropriate response to fraud.

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Insurance companies turning down increasing number of requests for assessment and treatment of auto injuries: health care providers

January 31, 2012 by

Insurance companies in Ontario are now turning down an increasing percentage of requests for the assessment and treatment of serious (non-minor) injuries sustained by motor vehicle accident victims, according to a survey of Ontario rehabilitation providers. The Alliance of Community

Donald W. Ireland
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Hiring the Private Eyes

December 1, 2011 Donald W. Ireland, Investigator, CKR Global

Successful fraud investigations in Western Canada point to the value of falling back on the private investigator model to root out fraud in the face of serious constraints on resources and special investigation units.

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The Moving Target

November 30, 2011 Greg Merrithew

Settling a claim based on actual cash value

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Recovering Costs

November 30, 2011 Lorne Montgomery

When are salaries and overheads recoverable?

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November 1, 2011 by Canadian Underwriter

Canadian Market Banks banned from promoting unauthorized insurance on Web sites Canada’s new regulations prohibiting banks from promoting unauthorized insurance products and services on their Web sites are now official. The regulations came into force with very few amendments to

Geoffrey Rowan
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I’m Sorry

October 1, 2011 by Canadian Underwriter

Apology legislation introduced throughout the country allows people to express regret without fear that the words “I’m sorry” might constitute an admission of liability in a court of law.

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Fraud and other Faux-pas

September 30, 2011 David Gambrill

Identity theft, homemade trailers and small claims settlement take centre stage at educational seminar.

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Finding the Phonies

September 1, 2011 David Gambrill, Editor

Cops and auto insurance claims investigators are warning about the identity theft of doctors, phony airbag deployment and fraudsters taking advantage of small claims settlements that go without investigation.

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Subrogated Action

July 31, 2011 Michael S. Teitelbaum

In Zurich Insurance v. Ison T.H. Auto Sales Inc. addresses control of a subrogated action