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How to Report An Auto Claim on Your Armour Mobile App

Posted by Rob Stevenson on Jul 5, 2019 12:25:00 PM

If you've ever been involved in a collision, you know that no matter how minor, it leaves you shaken. This makes recording all of the information that you need that much harder. Armour makes this process a little bit easier with the Armour Mobile App and our guided claims process.

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Topics: Auto Insurance, Insurance Claims, Insurance Claim

Common Mistakes you Don’t Want to Make When Filing Your First Claim

Posted by Rob Stevenson on Jan 25, 2016 10:58:38 AM

The most significant insurance mistake you can ever make is not having any insurance at all. For example, if you drive without auto insurance you are breaking the law. If you get homeowners insurance when you purchase your house and then cancel it, you would be in quite the predicament if a fire destroys your kitchen.

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Topics: Car Insurance, home insurance, Insurance Claims, Insurance Claim

More Hail Springs Aviva Insurance Into Action

Posted by Rob Stevenson on Aug 12, 2014 3:53:26 PM

In a bulletin released today, Aviva Insurance has stated that the have mobilized their CAT team in Central Alberta. They have dispatched a number of appraisers and set up two drive-in appraisal centres in Airdire in an effort to expedite the appraisals of vehicles damaged in the August 7th hail storm.

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Topics: Car Insurance, home insurance, Insurance Claims, Hail Insurance, Aviva Insurance

Intact Insurance Mobilizes to Handle Hail Claims

Posted by Rob Stevenson on Aug 1, 2014 10:58:00 AM

In a bulletin released Wednesday, Intact Insurance announced that they are mobilizing their team to better handle the large volume of hail claims that have come in over the past few weeks.

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Topics: Car Insurance, Insurance Claims, Hail Insurance, intact insurance

Intact Insurance Continues to Evolve

Posted by Rob Stevenson on Feb 27, 2014 3:48:00 PM

Saying that it's been a tough couple of years for property owners in our province is a bit of an understatement at this point. In fact, Alberta receives the largest distribution of catastrophes in Canada - 62% of Canada's monetary property losses happened in Alberta in 2012. 

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Topics: home insurance, home insurance, home insurance, Insurance Claims, Home Insurance Tips, Home Insurance Tips, house insurance tips, Homeowners Insurance, Homeowners Insurance, home, Homeowners, Home Insurance Blog, intact insurance, Economical Insurance

Economical Insurance Announces Changes to Alberta Property Insurance Policies

Posted by Rob Stevenson on Feb 12, 2014 10:52:00 AM

Economical Insurance announced some changes to their property insurance policies last week that may seem minor when compared to the reactions to Alberta's severe weather claims that we've seen from other insurance companies. But, while these changes aren't laden with over the top rate increases, they are important for Economical policy holders to review. 

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Topics: home insurance, home insurance, home insurance, Insurance Claims, Home Insurance Tips, Home Insurance Tips, house insurance tips, Homeowners Insurance, Homeowners Insurance, home, Homeowners, Home Insurance Blog, Economical Insurance

Is Your Home Covered While You're Renovating?

Posted by Rob Stevenson on Jan 7, 2014 8:47:00 AM

home insurance during renovations

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Topics: insurance edmonton, home insurance, Sewer Back up, Insurance Claims, Insurance Claim, house insurance tips, Homeowners Insurance, Home Insurance Blog

Wawanesa Insurance Releases Online Insurance Claims

Posted by Rob Stevenson on Oct 8, 2013 4:04:00 PM

woman using computer 1208422 mIn a statement released to brokers this afternoon Wawanesa Insurance announced that they have released a new option for reporting car insurance and home insurnace claims online. 

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Topics: Car Insurance, home insurance, Insurance Claims, Insurance Claims, Insurance Claim, claim

Intact Insurance Announces Underwriting Changes for Alberta Flood Victims

Posted by Rob Stevenson on Sep 10, 2013 3:03:00 PM

As a response to the continued severe weather Canada is experiencing, Intact Insurance released a notice to brokers outlining changes to their After Loss Underwriting Practices. The flooding in Southern Alberta this summer was noted as particularily devastating, affecting thousands of people in many Alberta communities.

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Topics: flood insurance, Insurance Claims, Insurance Claims, flood, flooding, Insurance losses

Returning Home After a Disaster

Posted by Rob Stevenson on Jul 30, 2013 2:50:00 PM

Returning Home after a Flood or other DisasterAfter a disaster strikes, returning to your home can be an emotional experience. Unfortunately, if you’re not careful, it can also be a dangerous one. The disaster may have caused damages to your home that now present a safety hazard to you and your family. It is important that you properly inspect your home for potential hazards before you resume your life there.

Hazards to Look For

  • Natural gas. If you smell gas or hear a hissing sound, open a window and leave immediately. Alert the gas company as soon as possible. Do not smoke or make use of any other items that have an open flame inside a damage house unless you are sure there are no gas leaks or other flammable materials present.
  • Sparks and broken or frayed wires. Use a flashlight when first entering your home if you are unsure of the condition of your electrical system. Do not turn on any lights until you are sure they are safe to use. If you suspect damage to any part of your electrical system or if there is standing water in your home, turn off the electricity at the main fuse box if you can safely do so.
  • Roof, foundation and chimney cracks. A close examination of your home’s structural integrity is very important. If you feel that there is a chance for collapse, leave immediately.
  • Appliances. If appliances are wet or appear to be damaged, turn off the electricity running to them at the main fuse box and then unplug them. Check that they, and your electrical system, work properly before plugging them back in.
  • Water and sewage systems. If any pipes are damaged turn off your water at the main valve. Check with local authorities before using any water for cooking or cleaning as it may be contaminated. If you are supplied by your own well have a sample tested before use. Also, make sure sewer lines are intact before using toilers.
  • Food and other supplies.  Throw out all food and other perishable items that may have been contaminated. This is especially important when goods have come into contact with standing water.
  • Clean up hazardous materials. Household chemicals, raw sewage and other hazardous substances that have spilled or leaked throughout your home need to be cleaned up as soon as possible. Make sure you take the proper care to protect yourself from the substance during this process.
  • Call your insurance agent. Take pictures of damages before you begin cleanup and keep good records of repair and cleaning costs.
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Topics: Insurance Claims, Insurance Claims, Insurance Claim, Catastrophes, flood, disaster