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Section B No Fault Benefits in Alberta

Section B No Fault Benefits in Alberta

In any automobile accident involving personal injuries, a claimant, even one who is at fault in a collision, is potentially entitled to section B disability and medical benefits.  The purpose of this brief article is to highlight what benefits are payable. It is important to note that these benefits are above and beyond what is… Continue Reading

The Family Protection Endorsement (SEF 44)

The Family Protection Endorsement (SEF 44)

The SEF 44 Endorsement provides you, as well as your dependent family members, with excess insurance to cover any damages sustained in a motor vehicle accident in excess of $200,000, up to your own policy limits. In effect, it provides you with coverage up to the maximum of your own policy limits, whatever that may be. If you have the exact same amount of coverage as the other person involved in a collision, the Family Protection Endorsement is not activated. Continue Reading

Avoiding Motorcycle Accidents

Avoiding Motorcycle Accidents

It is always fun and exciting to ride a motorcycle in Alberta. However, motorcycles pose serious threats to the riders if they fail to take the necessary precautions to avoid accidents. The results of a motorcycle accident can be damaging, and the injuries can last a lifetime. This guide will reveal what steps riders need to take to avoid an accident. Continue Reading

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