April 22, 2014 in General
Low, Murchison was founded in 1938
Our approach to personal injury law is driven by the core belief that everybody is entitled to fair compensation when it comes to a personal injury, such as a car accident, a slip and fall, or other serious injury or disability claims. It isn’t just about missing out on work, it’s about missing out on life. When somebody else’s negligence negatively impacts on you and your loved ones, our Ottawa based personal injury lawyers will ensure that you receive fair and timely compensation.
April 11, 2014 in General
Most people love their home, but what makes it far more valuable than the
walls and roof are the things that fill it. Your personal property is special to
you, things that you have gathered over many years and selected to suit
your personal taste. Making certain you have enough coverage for these
things should be a top priority when it comes to homeowner’s insurance.
Here’s how to be sure your personal property is protected.
How Personal Property Coverage Is Determined
Most insurance companies use a percentage of the value of the home to
December 7, 2013 in General
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October 15, 2013 in General
This week, Shannon Morris, our Licenced Agency Manager, shares with you why is a Personal Insurance Review (PIR) important.
Many of our clients don’t feel that a Personal Insurance Review is necessary. They don’t want to take time from their busy lives to come to the office and review their coverage. Many of the clients that Pat and I have taken over recently haven’t had a PIR in several years. Here are some items we’ve recently discovered by meeting with our clients.
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