The industry has to be ready at all times to assist clients – but who helps insurers and brokers in a disaster?
As residents return to assess the damage, insurers take a front-line approach
As access to Fort McMurray could be granted to some displaced residents as early as this week, carriers and brokers must prepare for a second wave of on-the-ground service
The start of June kicks off hail and storm season in western and central Canada – and costs are on the rise
As Fort McMurray residents could regain access to their city as early as June 1, RSA Canada urges caution, proper claims protocol
The Fort McMurray wildfires will take a bite out of economic growth this quarter reports the Bank of Canada
The national insurance agency clears up confusion among policyholders looking for answers amid Fort McMurray wildfire
The evacuation order may soon be lifted from Fort McMurray, following a month of fire-related destruction. Will catastrophic costs for insurers be revealed?
As the wildfire known as “the beast” reaches the oil sands projects north of Fort McMurray, reinsurers must prepare for onslaught of business interruption costs
Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction encourages owners to 'build back better' in wake of Fort McMurray fire to minimise future claims
It has been three weeks since the Fort McMurray evacuations, but the highway remains littered with abandoned vehicles. Carriers are among the front lines to reunite policyholders with their cars