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Helpful Tip for Your Car Insurance Policy Renewal in Ontario – OPCF-44R

March 10, 2022
Your auto insurance policy is coming up for renewal. One of two things is happening. You’re either getting a […]

Why Insurance Companies are Working with Communities

December 24, 2020
It might not always be known, but the insurance industry is well known for its charity and community initiatives. […]

Good Activities and Bad Injuries

July 31, 2019
School is out and the kids need running. Dad takes his kids to the playground.  That’s good.  One of […]

Travel Insurance Application: Check Your Answers Carefully.

June 12, 2019
Janice B. Syck, was preparing for her annual 4-week departure to the warmth of central Florida. January and February […]

Joint and Several Liability.

June 11, 2019
Premier Doug Ford has promised to look at reforming Ontario’s negligence laws with respect to joint and several liability. […]

Does Insurance Keep Calling?

March 7, 2017
If you have recently been in a car accident or had a slip or trip and fall or another […]

Is there any such thing as “really good insurance?”

January 23, 2017
A friend of a friend had an awful accident. Someone ran a red light and there was a devastating […]

Personal Injury Claims – There’s Almost Always An Insurance Company behind the Defendant:

July 23, 2016
When someone is seriously injured in an accident, whether it be a car accident, a slip and fall accident, […]

Automobile Accident Benefits: 5 of the Most Harmful Changes Coming June 1st Ted Bergeron

May 11, 2016
Example 1: There’s a deductible on your body of almost $40,000. True. There’s a deductible on your right to […]

Changes to insurance legislation and how it will negatively impact our clients’ entitlement to accident benefits.

March 1, 2016
On February 26, 2016 Bergeron Clifford hosted a seminar on the changes to the Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (SABS) […]