The Canadian Condominium Institute has announced changes to the Condominium Property Regulations that may leave condo unit owners holding a bill for up to $50,000. The changes that took effect on January 1, 2020 will allow condo corporations to seek recovery of insurance deductibles from an owner for damages that originate from the owner's unit.
Topics: Condo Insurance
The Intact My Driving Discount App is the newest way to save on your insurance in Alberta. It's available to all Intact customers and easy to sign up. If you don't have access already, give your broker a call and get set up today. Here's a quick video on how to get started using your Intact My Driving Discount App.
Armour Lethbridge is participating in Lethbridge Family Services' Angel Tree Christmas Campaign this year. Drop off a new toy at our Lethbridge Location for one of over 2,100 children to open this Christmas.
It is finally time to announce the winner of our Intact Client Centre Summer Contest! But first: The contest was so successful over the summer that we've decided to give everyone another chance. Sign up between now and the end of the year for a chance to win $500! Don't worry, we'll include those of you who already signed up as well.
Auto insurance customers in Alberta are beginning to see the effects of the industries struggles this month. The AIRB has approved rate increases for insurance companies in Alberta, some of which have gone into effect at the beginning of November. This will leave many consumers wondering what can be done to ensure I'm getting the best value as the entire industry takes on a rate increase. That's where your broker comes in.
On Monday, October 4th Alberta's Superintendent of Insurance released three bulletins clarifying and updating rules on how insurance companies operate in our province. These notices replace various updates issued in 2016 and, if violated, could result in hefty fines for Insurance Companies doing business in Alberta.
We hate to be the bearer of bad news, but this affects us all and it is important that Albertan's understand why insurance rates are increasing this fall. There is no short term fix, but the industry is working with the Government towards a solution. With the Alberta auto insurance rate cap being lifted this September, insurance companies have applied for, and been granted, rate increases by the AIRB (Alberta Insurance Rate Board). We are expecting to see rate increases from all insurance companies on renewals and new policies starting in November.
At Armour Insurance, we believe that culture is important. It is also inevitable. Culture will grow in your organization whether you actively build it or not, so why not build a culture you love. In 2013 we set out to do just that, and it all started with our core values.
When the New Alberta Government allowed the Auto Insurance Rate Cap to expire on September 1 of 2019 almost every insurance company in Alberta applied for rate increases. Some requests are in the 10-20% range. We will find out this Friday (September 27th) what kind of increases have been approved and what to expect in the coming months.
Everybody is trying to save some money on their insurance these days. In fact, we often have people calling looking to reduce their coverage to save some money on their annual premiums. While dropping coverages off of your insurance policy can help save you some money in the short run, it could mean that you lose significantly in the event of a claim.
Topics: Auto Insurance