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After a lengthy period of reform that dates back more than ten years, auto insurance systems in Atlantic Canada, Ontario and Alberta are showing some wear and tear, particularly in bodily injury claims.
Property Loss Trends
When annual surveys are done in Canada to determine our "Most Admired Professions," it is usually doctors, nurses and firefighters that top the polls. And why wouldn't they? They help us in emergency situations during the most traumatic times...
Total-Loss Claims and Customer Satisfaction
Each year, approximately 17 per cent of Canadian auto physical damage claims result in a vehicle being deemed a total loss. Total-loss claims can be a protracted and emotional experience for the consumer. These are often more disruptive to the...
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