• Direct Compensation Property Damage (“DCPD”)

    In the world of car insurance, terms like Direct Compensation Property Damage (DCPD) might sound complex and daunting. However, understanding DCPD is crucial for when you are the owner (insured person) of a vehicle that has been in a car accident.

  • Navigating your Rights as a Pedestrian

    During this time of year, daylight is shorter, and we see a higher frequency of pedestrian-vehicle accidents.

    Our experience has taught us that, in New Brunswick, pedestrians are often unaware of their rights and access to insurance benefits. Here are some helpful things to know if you or a loved one is a pedestrian struck by a vehicle.

  • Get to know No-Fault Benefits

    If you’ve been in a motor vehicle accident, you have rights to access medical benefits under an automobile insurance policy. Learn more in this month’s legally speaking.