Customized Insurance

The Liberal Government has recently announced that, as part of their commitment to improve the automobile insurance product for Ontario motorists, it is considering implementation of a "customized" auto insurance policy.Such a policy would continue to require motorists to carry a standard package of coverage which would include:minimum limits for liability coverage (currently $200,000.00), the same coverage for compensation for repairs to an owner’s own automobile (when the accident is not the owner’s fault) protection for oneself and one’s family in the case of being hit by an uninsured automobile a minimum level of standard accident benefits coverage, including medical and rehabilitation benefits, attendant care benefits, case manager services in catastrophic injury cases, funeral benefits and transportation expenses.The portion of the proposed "customized" policy which would be optional and which could be ...

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