Everyone wants an auto insurance system that works well for Alberta’s 3 million drivers. Recent reforms and the introduction of DCPD are a good start – and these will take time to help stabilize rates.
On January 1, 2022, Alberta will adopt a Direct Compensation for Property Damage (DCPD) system – which will improve the way Alberta’s insurers support their customers following collisions.
Corbella: Tell UCP government ‘no way to no-fault auto insurance’
(Calgary Herald, By Licia Corbella)
Licia Corbella says there are numerous reasons why Albertans should inform Finance Minister Travis Toews why the government should make a 180-degree turn and drive in the opposite direction — fast — from this recommendation
Sharon Polsky’s column makes some assumptions about recent auto insurance reforms and privacy concerns that need to be clarified.
Legislation introduced to offer auto insurance relief for Albertans
(Lethbridge News Now, By Justin Goulet)
New legislation addresses the stability of automobile insurance, as well as increases to medical benefits and red tape reduction.
Panel recommends no-fault auto insurance to address rising, costly premiums for Albertans
(globalnews.ca, By The Canadian Press Staff)
A government panel is recommending a fundamental overhaul of automobile insurance in Alberta to move away from costly, protracted court fights to a collaborative no-fault model.
P&C Leaders Fire Back Against No-Fault Portrayal SOURCE:
Alberta Auto Insurers Focused on Affordability Industry Putting
Can insurance companies charge whatever auto insurance
RE: Opinion – Albertans should brace for impact