by Isaiah Garcia | 9:16 pm

What is the meaning of Errors and Omissions Insurance?

Insurance is meant for the protection of an individual or a company from any kind of calamity. The type of insurance availed for one’s need depends greatly on  the kind of need. Some examples

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by Isaiah Garcia | 7:20 pm

Why Your Organization Needs Worker’s Compensation Insurance

Workmen compensation insurance is a law where the employees of a particular organization get covered for all the injuries that take place at the workplace or the office premises, with a few terms and

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by Isaiah Garcia | 8:00 am

Smart Tips for Choosing a Marine Surveyor

Selecting a marine surveyor for your marine insurance can be a pretty challenging task. There are possibilities that you may come across many insurance providers in your neighborhood or locality that seem to be

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by Isaiah Garcia | 7:35 am

What You Should Know Before Choosing Professional Indemnity Insurance

Professional Indemnity Insurance (PII) is a kind of insurance for protection of your business. It’s required if you work in a niche service that needs to provide professional advice to your clients. There are

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by Isaiah Garcia | 9:53 pm

How To Bridge The Gap In Your Coverage?

What? – It is some kind of arrangement made by a company for the policy paid. It compensates the damages happened or loss due to risks, by benefiting monetarily. Why? – Basically, insurance is

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by Isaiah Garcia | 6:47 pm

Special Tales of a Trainee

Special Report Live Fire- Level 1 This past weekend, I was able to attend a training course called “Live Fire,” put on by the Justice Institute of British Columbia. The training was held at

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by Isaiah Garcia | 6:46 pm

Tales of a Trainee Part 5

An on-going report of a volunteer fire fighter’s training in British Columbia, Canada Tonight my husband is too tired from work to go to fire practice, so I’m going alone for the first time.

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by Isaiah Garcia | 6:45 pm

Tales of a Trainee Part 4

An on-going report of a volunteer fire fighter’s training in British Columbia, Canada Tonight’s practice… wasn’t. We washed the equipment instead (it really needed it), but even so, I still ended up on a

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by Isaiah Garcia | 6:44 pm

Tales of a Trainee Part 3

An on-going report of a volunteer fire fighter’s training in British Columbia, Canada It’s been two weeks since my first training night. We don’t practise on long weekends, and we just celebrated Canada Day.

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by Isaiah Garcia | 6:41 pm

Tales of a Trainee Part 2

My first night of training was fast approaching and I was getting a little nervous. “Would everyone accept me?” and “would I be able to hold my own?” Questions like this plagued my brain,

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by Isaiah Garcia | 6:41 pm

Tales of a Trainee Part 1

An on-going report of a volunteer fire fighter’s training in British Columbia, Canada Why would a 31 year old, full figured, married, mother of two want to join a volunteer fire hall, you may

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