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Who am I? The Case of the Named Insured and the Owner

What happens when an auto insurer sends a policy termination notice to the named insured, but the named insured does not own the vehicle insured under the policy? In Ontario (Minister of Finance) v. Traders General Insurance Co. (c.o.b. Aviva Traders),

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Who am I? The Case of the Named Insured and the Owner

What happens when an auto insurer sends a policy termination notice to the named insured, but the named insured does not own the vehicle insured under the policy? In Ontario (Minister of Finance) v. Traders General Insurance Co. (c.o.b. Aviva Traders),

The post Who am I? The Case of the Named Insured and the Owner appeared first on insBlogs.

Who am I? The Case of the Named Insured and the Owner

What happens when an auto insurer sends a policy termination notice to the named insured, but the named insured does not own the vehicle insured under the policy? In Ontario (Minister of Finance) v. Traders General Insurance Co. (c.o.b. Aviva Traders),

The post Who am I? The Case of the Named Insured and the Owner appeared first on insBlogs.

Who am I? The Case of the Named Insured and the Owner

What happens when an auto insurer sends a policy termination notice to the named insured, but the named insured does not own the vehicle insured under the policy? In Ontario (Minister of Finance) v. Traders General Insurance Co. (c.o.b. Aviva Traders),

The post Who am I? The Case of the Named Insured and the Owner appeared first on insBlogs.

P&C Insurance Brokerage Profitability – Let’s Talk Contingent Profit Commissions

Canadian Brokers understand that Contingent Profit Commissions (CPC) are a device that insurance companies use to reward good front-line underwriting, volume of premium business placed and some good claims luck. In simple terms, the better your loss experience and the

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P&C Insurance Brokerage Profitability – Let’s Talk Contingent Profit Commissions

Canadian Brokers understand that Contingent Profit Commissions (CPC) are a device that insurance companies use to reward good front-line underwriting, volume of premium business placed and some good claims luck. In simple terms, the better your loss experience and the

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P&C Insurance Brokerage Profitability – Let’s Talk Contingent Profit Commissions

Canadian Brokers understand that Contingent Profit Commissions (CPC) are a device that insurance companies use to reward good front-line underwriting, volume of premium business placed and some good claims luck. In simple terms, the better your loss experience and the

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P&C Insurance Brokerage Profitability – Let’s Talk Contingent Profit Commissions

Canadian Brokers understand that Contingent Profit Commissions (CPC) are a device that insurance companies use to reward good front-line underwriting, volume of premium business placed and some good claims luck. In simple terms, the better your loss experience and the

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When is a flood a “flood”?

When is a flood a flood? In Parker Pad & Printing Ltd. v. Gore Mutual Insurance Company, the plaintiff’s premises in Haliburton, Ontario were flooded during a severe rainfall. The rainfall resulted in large pools of water collecting outside of

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When is a flood a “flood”?

When is a flood a flood? In Parker Pad & Printing Ltd. v. Gore Mutual Insurance Company, the plaintiff’s premises in Haliburton, Ontario were flooded during a severe rainfall. The rainfall resulted in large pools of water collecting outside of

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