Our expert brokers have put together a collection of insurance resources for our commercial and personal lines clients. Learn more about your risks and how to protect your assets, as well as access claims forms.
Commercial Insurance Resources
Cyber Security Data Breaches – Global Public Affairs
A short overview of crisis and reputation management for privacy and cybersecurity.
Cyber Security Legal Considerations Presentation – Fasken Martineau
An overview of cybersecurity legal considerations including tips to reduce your liability risks.
Cyber Security by Chubb – Chubb Insurance Company of Canada
Identifies potential cyber risks and outlines Chubb cyber insurance coverage.
Cyber Security Crisis and Reputation Management Presentation – Global Public Affairs
Discusses the importance of preparation for a cybersecurity crisis and the basics of how to do so.
Get Cybersafe – Government of Canada
An in-depth document on increasing your company’s cybersecurity.
Network Security and Privacy Breach Insurance Presentation – Chubb Insurance Company of Canada
A breakdown of insurance protection and why it’s a necessary part of a cybersecurity plan.
Risk Management Fire Safety Plan – Rogers Insurance
Tips on managing your company’s fire risks from the Rogers Insurance risk management team.
Insurance Claims Process Form – Rogers Insurance
A claims form for commercial property insurance claims.
Stieg Transportation Insurance Resources
Fleet Tax 101 – Sandy Johnson
Help minimize your payable tax, reduce risk on audit, optimize your fleet and routes of travel, and make better company decisions.
General Employment Issues Common to Transportation Companies – Michael Aasen
An overview of general employment issues and how to reduce their impact.
Safety & Risk Management Plans – Scott Claffey
Tips on managing safety and risk and why planning can help you and your company.
Surety Bond Resources
Bond Requisition Form – Rogers Insurance
Application form for a bond.
Introduction to Your First Bond – Surety Association of Canada
An explanation of bonds including what they are, what they do and why they are needed.
Personal Insurance Resources
Garage Sale Liability – Rogers Insurance
Did you know that with the enactment of the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act, that everyone holding a garage sale is legally responsible for ensuring that products being sold, whether new or used, are safe and meet current regulatory requirements? This document can help you prepare.
Automobile Accident Report Form – Rogers Insurance
A form to report your automobile accident claim.
Preparing Your Home Before a Getaway – Rogers Insurance
Ensure your home is protected and your insurance is unaffected before you head out for vacation.
Personal Property Inventory – Rogers Insurance
A personal property inventory can come in handy if you ever have a home insurance claim. Here’s how to create one.
Signature Service Products – Rogers Insurance
Do you have a high-value home, art or wine collection, luxury items, foreign property, or a high-value vehicle to insure? Learn more about what we can cover under our Signature Service program.
Unclaimed Property Notice
Unclaimed property is generally defined as a liability that a company (“holder”) owes to an individual or entity (“owner”) when a debt or obligation remains outstanding after a specified period of time. For insurance brokers, a common type of unclaimed property is an uncashed premium refund cheque. If the payee or owner does not negotiate the cheque, his property rights may be protected by provincial unclaimed property legislation.
Rogers Insurance will make reasonable efforts to contact our clients and return unclaimed property. However, there may be times when the funds remain unclaimed. If you have reason to believe that we may hold unclaimed financial property on your behalf, please contact us at:
- [email protected]
Please provide your full name, current mailing address, daytime telephone number, insurance company and policy number. Our Unclaimed Property Coordinator will search the database for your name and contact you.