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A new car is always exciting! When you sign the papers at the dealer, remember to take the time to examine the insurance that’s being offered. Should you choose a replacement cost endorsement or replacement insurance? Here are a few tips to help you decide. You probably already know that it’s mandatory to have automobile insurance before leaving the dealership with your new vehicle. What you may not realize, however, is that the insurance policy will not cover the depreciation of your vehicle. In other words, if your vehicle is in a major accident or stolen, the insurance company will cover you based on the value of the vehicle on the day of your loss… (read more / January 2021 Edition) / Key words: replacement cost endorsement, advantages of replacement insurance offered by JSA
Your car or house has just been damaged, and you have to file a claim with your insurer. You grumble to yourself, thinking about the tedious road ahead. Fortunately, the JSA team is there for you.
One of our roles as an insurance broker is to provide our customers with support in the event of a loss. It’s an aspect of our work that often goes unnoticed, but that our customers greatly appreciate. Nobody wants to feel alone in their misery or powerless when dealing with an insurance company that appears to have unlimited resources… (read more / November 2020 Edition)
We are pleased to announce that our new portal dedicated to our customers is now available online. In business for over a century, JSA is constantly innovating to serve you better.
We are among the first insurance brokers in Quebec to offer this tool to our customers. The portal is user-friendly and accessible from any computer or mobile device, and there’s no need to download an app to access… (read more / July 2020 Edition)
Just one email is all it takes for a computer hacker to obtain your confidential information. Phishing for passwords, bank account numbers or private medical information is a type of social engineering attack used for scamming, or selling the information to a third party. Traditional theft is practically a thing of the past. The following is a simplified and hypothetical example to help you better understand how hacking works… (read more / May 2020 Edition) / Keywords: cyberattacks on businesses, insurance protections, fraud, confidentiality of sensitive data, ransomeware, services to ensure cybersecurity