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Claims Canada - February/March 2015


Adapting to Extreme Rainfall
The Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction celebrates leadership amongst Canadian cities in its latest publication.

Top 10 Insurance Decisions
A review of the ten most important insurance coverage cases of 2014.

Water: The Structural Enemy
An exploration of the sources and causes of property damage claims



AB Adjusting, Diversified
Trevor Cortese has a passion for and niche in helping injured people get appropriate compensation. That hasn't, however, stopped his London, Ontario-based firm, TC Insurance Adjusters Ltd., from spreading its wings.

Cover Feature

The Cat Issue
Emergent trends in catastrophe management involve the use of location intelligence, satellite imagery and even early experiments with drones. The goal for insurance companies is to gather highly specific information to efficiently dispatch adjusters to target areas hit by natural disasters. However, the 48th annual joint CICMA/CIAA conference held in Toronto February 3 showed that catastrophes often extend to more than "just the weather." And when it comes to dealing with CATs, attendees learned that the core fundamentals of adjusting haven't really changed.

Message From the President

Education Forum

Condo Coverage
Assessing the Scene