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The challenges of being a small regional insurer

In a recent article, Traci Boland, chair of the Insurance Brokers Association of Ontario, commented that ‘the sophistication of technology for rating overland flood could conceivably lead to smaller insurers ending up with a disproportionate share of flood risks’. As

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The challenges of being a small regional insurer

In a recent article, Traci Boland, chair of the Insurance Brokers Association of Ontario, commented that ‘the sophistication of technology for rating overland flood could conceivably lead to smaller insurers ending up with a disproportionate share of flood risks’. As

The post The challenges of being a small regional insurer appeared first on insBlogs.

The challenges of being a small regional insurer

In a recent article, Traci Boland, chair of the Insurance Brokers Association of Ontario, commented that ‘the sophistication of technology for rating overland flood could conceivably lead to smaller insurers ending up with a disproportionate share of flood risks’. As

The post The challenges of being a small regional insurer appeared first on insBlogs.

The challenges of being a small regional insurer

In a recent article, Traci Boland, chair of the Insurance Brokers Association of Ontario, commented that ‘the sophistication of technology for rating overland flood could conceivably lead to smaller insurers ending up with a disproportionate share of flood risks’. As

The post The challenges of being a small regional insurer appeared first on insBlogs.

The challenges of being a small regional insurer

In a recent article, Traci Boland, chair of the Insurance Brokers Association of Ontario, commented that ‘the sophistication of technology for rating overland flood could conceivably lead to smaller insurers ending up with a disproportionate share of flood risks’. As

The post The challenges of being a small regional insurer appeared first on insBlogs.

The challenges of being a small regional insurer

In a recent article, Traci Boland, chair of the Insurance Brokers Association of Ontario, commented that ‘the sophistication of technology for rating overland flood could conceivably lead to smaller insurers ending up with a disproportionate share of flood risks’. As

The post The challenges of being a small regional insurer appeared first on insBlogs.

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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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

The post When is a flood a “flood”? appeared first on insBlogs.

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

The post When is a flood a “flood”? appeared first on insBlogs.

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