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Nicole N. Vaz
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Criminal Acts: Intentions and Exclusions

April 2, 2007 Nicole N. Vaz

The Ontario Court of Appeal has ruled definitively that ‘intent’ has no bearing on criminal act exclusion clauses

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Focus On Accreditation

April 2, 2007 Andrea Orazigambrill

Jay Perry, the chair of CCIF’s national accreditation committee, sits down with Claims Canada to discuss the progress of national collision repair centre accreditation.

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Keeping the Cap On

April 2, 2007 Vanessa Mariga

New Brunswick judge releases straightforward decision for keeping auto injury claim under $2,500.

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Slipping Into Chaos

April 2, 2007 David Gambrill

Insurance defence lawyers indicate the law is currently in a state of flux when it comes to claims trends

Angell, Townson & Williams relies on loyalty and good old-fashioned customer service to keep up with the big companies in the business.
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Preserving Charm in a Changing Industry

April 2, 2007 Andrea Orazi

If the exterior of a building is a reflection of what lies within, then the independent adjusting firm of Angell, Townson & Williams (AT&W) chose their home wisely. Located within a heritage post office in Aurora, Ontario, the 18-year-old company

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El Nino weakens, suggesting more 2007 storms

April 2, 2007 by Claims Canada

El Nio – which moderated storm activity last year – has dissipated, thereby increasing the likelihood of 2007 being an active season, according to Tropical Storm Risk (TSR), a consortium of experts on seasonal climate forecasting led by the Benfield

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Adjusting for the Future

April 2, 2007 Craig Harris

Maintaining the Leadership Position