• Sunday, 19 May 2013
Boating Safety Tips
We don’t often discuss boating accidents. They simply don’t happen as frequently as car accidents. However, we are now coming into cottage weather and that means more boats and boaters on our lakes and rivers. What is puzzling is people tend to be less cautious in boats. We feel safer for some reason on the…
  • Friday, 17 May 2013
Stay Safe This Long Weekend
The long weekend means more people on the road. We are scurrying up to our cottages in a hurry to escape the city. Or we are planning nice activities for the children, including fireworks. The most important thing to remember is to keep the children safe during these festive times. Here are a couple of…
  • Sunday, 12 May 2013
Rehabilitation At An Added Cost
Insurance legislation introduced in 2010 has now, two years later, come under scrutiny, as expected. The most recent arbitration is about the minor injury guideline or, as we call it in the industry, the MIG. This guideline was introduced to limit medical rehabilitation coverage to $3,500. If you are found to not be in the…
  • Wednesday, 08 May 2013
Lending Out Your Car And Insurance Policy
Auto insurance is a tricky thing. It is a contract between you and your insurance company. They are supposed to comply with certain regulations under the contract – and so are you. Lending your car to other drivers is one issue that frequently comes up. You are allowed to lend your car, but be aware…
  • Sunday, 28 April 2013
Slow Down And Watch For Children
Spring is upon us – well, almost. But one thing you can be sure of is children are starting to venture out of their cocoons to play in the streets and playgrounds. As a mother of two, I am always worried about heavy traffic. Children, as we know, are impulsive. When their ball or toy…
  • Tuesday, 23 April 2013
Saving For A Rainy Day
Many Canadians are living pay check to pay check, its just a reality of life. However, if something devastating occurs like an accident, they have little to nothing to fall back on. The old adage of saving for a rainy day is important. We all need to save for a rainy day, because those can…
  • Sunday, 21 April 2013
Use Your Head
One area we consistently overlook is the head injury. Closed or open head injuries can be extremely serious and unlike fractures that may heal in time, the effects of these injuries are long lasting and not easily cured. People endure concussions without realizing it until the effects play out after. What to do? According to Concussions…
  • Thursday, 18 April 2013
Hiring People To Work In Your Home
I know when we all have projects to do around the house the first thing we are always thinking is how much will it cost. A house is an inevitable money pit we all pay into. Not a day goes by when something goes wrong and you are stuck. Just the other day both kids…
  • Wednesday, 10 April 2013
The Perils of Travel
With all of the publicized highseas horrors that have stricken the Carnival cruise line recently, I thought it time to discuss your avenues of redress if something goes wrong. What people don’t realize is that when booking a cruise or vacation, the tiny little writing is there for a reason. Most of the fine print…
  • Sunday, 07 April 2013
Let’s Talk Insurance
I am happily surprised that the next provincial election may be centered on insurance. Let’s face it, insurance is not a sexy issue that people tend to want to discuss, but it is something we all need. And I guess I am: I see people suffering every day after they are in an accident. I…

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