FSCO approved 45 private passenger automobile insurance rate filings during the third quarter of 2015. A total of 40 insurers submitted the filings. These 40 insurers represent 77.45 percent of the market based on premium volume. Appr…Read more →
The recently announced auto insurance reforms included in the 2015 Ontario Budget will again reduce accident benefits as part of the government’s efforts to reduce premiums in Ontario. The government insists that benefits available are still gene…Read more →
It seems the road to more affordable auto insurance once again winds its way through further benefit cuts. Those aren’t the only changes proposed in the 2015 Ontario Budget but it remains an ongoing piece of controlling the cost of Ontario premiu…Read more →
If you are involved in the auto insurance sector, yesterday was an interesting day. The Ontario Trial Lawyers Association released a study conducted on their behalf by two York University professors suggested that insurance companies make too muc…Read more →
I’m featured in the news report below on Uber and insurance.
Mon, Mar 23: Customers who used ride-sharing services like UberX may be at risk if the driver is involved in an accident. As Sean O’Shea reports insurance experts say drivers are violating insurance rules and may be putting themselves and their fares in jeopardy.
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