Industry Insight | Insurr - Insurance Canada

  • Ho, Ho, Ho! Insure Your Way To Christmas 5 Dec 2017

    Ho, Ho, Ho! Insure Your Way To Christmas Just because it’s the holidays, doesn’t mean insurance will sleigh off its way.

  • Risk Or Treat? 5 Essential Coverages During Halloween 23 Oct 2017

    Risk Or Treat? 5 Essential Coverages During Halloween Think Halloween is just about scary masks, pumpkins and candies? Insurance can come in handy in real life horror stories.

  • Getting To Grips With Cyber Insurance 16 Oct 2017

    Despite the increasing number of claims, Cyber is still one of the most underserved areas of the insurance industry.

  • Insuring Animals: 5 Ways To Sell Pet Insurance 9 Oct 2017

    Insuring Animals: 5 Ways To Sell Pet Insurance We all know that most people treat their pets not just as animals but as a member of their family. And just like us, these cats, dogs, rabbits, birds, reptiles or fish can find their way into accidents, get injured and be susceptible to chronic and serious illnesses. That’s why pet owners are willing to spend that little bit extra to ensure the well-being of their little beasts by investing in a pet insurance policy.

  • How Do You Insure A Doohicky? (A Guide To Niche Insurance) 25 Sep 2017

    As a broker you will already be familiar with some of the more ‘traditional’ niche products such as cyber, overland flooding and drones. However as technology and risk areas develop, your clients may not appreciate that coverage can be written for some of their more obscure assets. It is your job to introduce these odd policies to consumers who might want to protect something that they think is too outrageous for insurers to cover. You’ve heard of celebrities spending millions to insure certain body parts as a precautionary move to protect their resources. Whether it’s their tongue, legs, rear-end or even a mustache, a bodily injury or a minor scratch could result in a significant loss of earnings. These are the peculiar areas in the market where the insurance industry is expanding: niche.