Read your entire policy to find out essential details about what is and isn’t covered, to what extent, and under what circumstances or conditions
Call your Murrick Group Insurance agent to ensure you have up-to-date, accurate travel insurance information and the appropriate coverage for your trip.
By proactively maintaining your property, you will have peace of mind to enjoy the cozy winter ahead!
Your home is considered “vacant” when you leave and have no intention of returning. The moment your home becomes “vacant,” coverage on your homeowners insurance changes.
Finding the right insurance for your condo unit can be a challenge these days. Your Murrick Group Insurance agent is well-versed on Unit Owner Condo insurance and can provide you with the best option that provides the coverage you need at the best possible price. Insurance for condo unit owners is far more complex than other types of homeowners’ insurance.
During a “Hard Market,” insurance companies not only increase rates, but also might limit or reduce their business capacity and/or the extent of the coverage they offer.
The coverage comes into effect when a claim is accepted and the insured cannot live in their home while repairs are being made.
The possibilities of liability protection are endless. The coverage is limited to how much insurance you purchase.
Your credit score could potentially save you money on your insurance premiums, but this is completely optional and isn’t shared with anyone. Here’s what you need to know.
Now, there is insurance coverage to protect against losses or damage created by a cyber attack involving a computing or connected home device.
As of March 2017, ICBC has started offering coverage limits of up to $5 million per vehicle (including the basic $1 million), in increments of $1 million. Premiums are payable when you renew your ICBC insurance.
Individual condo owners must purchase insurance for their own suites. Unit Owner Condo Coverage insures personal property, suite improvements and betterments, loss assessments, personal liability, and strata building deductible reimbursement.
More than 55 percent of BC residents have no earthquake insurance. But the chances of a major earthquake are increasing every day. Here is some helpful information.
Overland water damage is a common problem in Canada. Here is information to help you understand the insurance options available to you that can protect you from this issue.
A football team manages the risk of injury to its players with physical fitness, doctors, trainers, and backups for each position. Who backs you up at ‘your position’ if events transpire to keep you from being at work for an extended period?
The cost of the end of life can be scarier than any Halloween feature film, but they don’t need to be a mystery or haunt your family after you have gone.
A major consideration in structuring a Buy/Sell Agreement for dealing with the potential of the death of a shareholder is ensuring that the remaining shareholders have the financial means to pay for the purchase.
A Buy/Sell Agreement is a vital document that protects you from the confusion and potential for disagreement that can come if something happens to a business partner.
Life insurance is an important part of managing your family’s future, and you don’t want to mess it up with a stupid mistake. Here are five common mistakes that can really impact your life insurance purchase. Avoid them.
Perhaps you’ve been thinking about getting life insurance, but you’ve been putting it off. You haven’t needed it yet, so how important is it, really?