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Staff Jersey day supporting the Humboldt Bronco’s during these...
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Cornell Insurance is led by people motivated to help customers find tailored insurance solutions. Our many years of industry experience and knowledge give us a competitive advantage in both personal and commercial lines. We leverage established relationships with quality insurance providers to deliver great service and products to meet our client’s needs.

They’re out there. They’re waiting for you to make that one wrong decision and then snap, it’s too late. They’ve got you and a ticket with a hefty fine is coming in the mail. We all have our own thoughts about what “bad driving” is. Could range from speeding to tail gating to no turning …[ read more ]

At Cornell, we’re always trying to find ways to lower rates so fewer drivers have to forego buying auto insurance. Driving without sufficient coverage isn’t the right option. The Ontario government is trying a few things too and you can be the judge of whether their efforts are paying off. The Ontario Government has a strategy …[ read more ]

Yes, that’s the staggering estimate of the cost of extreme weather across the country.  Most homeowners aren’t aware of what they have coverage for and what they’re not covered. 39% believe they’re covered for overland residential flood water damage yet such flooding events are not covered. These extreme weather events cause catastrophic level damage which …[ read more ]

February 25th, 2014
What is No Fault Insurance?

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Here in Ontario, our government chose to switch to what is known as no fault insurance. The term “no fault insurance” causes some confusion. New drivers may have the impression that it suggests there is no responsibility in the accident.  However, in an accident, there is always responsibility. Someone is at fault; sometimes both parties involved …[ read more ]

Couples Should Consolidate and Save Money Congratulations on your new lives together. In many ways, your life will get better, and yet, in other ways it will become more complex and costly. If others haven’t told you to find ways to simplify and save, they should have. You’ll be shocked at how your household bills will …[ read more ]

Finding the Best Policy Coverage for You It may have just dawned on you now that if your possessions at your rented apartment were stolen, you’d have to replace them. At today’s prices, those items may be many thousands of dollars. If you damaged something in your rented place, such as the windows, furnace or …[ read more ]

New Vehicle Technology that Could Save your Life Car manufacturers are edging a lot closer to making cars that don’t get into accidents. The latest research shows that Crash Avoidance Systems are reducing accidents and helping to lower car insurance rates. Buying cars with CAS’s could soon mean much lower insurance rates. These cars and …[ read more ]

When Disaster Strikes, You’re in Trouble A rented home/condo/house is an expensive place and if something is damaged, you may have to fix it. Contrary to what you may have thought, you might not be covered by the landlord’s insurance. You may be fully liable for costs well beyond repairs and your landlord or others …[ read more ]

Texting and Driving – The Penalties Will Increase On your commute to and from work everyday, how many drivers do you see talking on their cell phones or texting someone? The biggest fears for drivers on the road today isn’t drunk drivers. It’s not even tired and sleepy drivers anymore, or road rage. People texting while …[ read more ]

January 30th, 2014
Top 10 Worst Driving Habits

With auto insurance rates climbing as high as they have, we should all be looking for ways collectively to reduce our proneness to on-the-road accidents.  Given how many drivers do exhibit bad driving behaviour, including speeding, it warrants talking more about them. There’s no shortage of bad habits to discuss when it comes to driving, …[ read more ]

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