Vancouver, BC (January 9, 2017) - CMW Insurance Services Ltd. and Capri Insurance Services Ltd. announce today that they have merged effective January 1, 2017. The new company will be one of the largest insurance brokerages and risk management firms in Western Canada.Read more
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We don’t treat insurance like a commodity product.
While we always seek ways to reduce your premiums, it should never come at the cost of adequate coverage. Insufficient protection can end up costing you more in the event of claim.
As your business partner, we work to ensure you get the best value for your investment. In addition to providing you with specialized insurance, educated advice and prompt, accurate service, we focus on helping your business run smoothly, even after a claim. We work with insurance companies, claims adjusters and examiners in a coordinated effort to keep your claim moving towards a quick and fair settlement. Some of our specialized services include:
- Claim review/discount protection/retrospective program management
- Certificate issuance
- Delivery service directly to your offices or terminals
Transportation News & Resources
CMW and Capri Insurance are very excited to share our Spring 2017 issue of Risk & Business Magazine! The articles you see in this issue are the result of several months of hard work by our experienced, dedicated team members to develop and curate relevant, content covering the emerging issues and topics that affect all businesses across Canada.Read more
On March 13, 2017, Transport Canada issued an interim order which creates new regulations for operating recreational drones weighing between 250 g to 35 kg. Violators of these new regulations face a fine of up to $3,000 a person.Read more
As a provincial agency, WorkSafeBC has the authority to impose administrative penalties - monetary fines - against employers who commit health and safety violations under the Workers Compensation Act or the Occupational Health & Safety Regulation. Currently, there are two levels of fines that WorkSafeBC will consider depending on the nature of the violation.Read more