About Grimshaw Branch
The town of Grimshaw in northern Alberta supports approximately 2,718 people and is located 25 kilometres west of Peace River and is on Mile 0 of the famed Mackenzie Highway.
We’re close by to the Lac Cardinal Pioneer Village Museum, as well as the Shaftesbury Trail and Wilderness Park. Grimshaw is the starting point of Highway 35, which leads to the Northwest Territories.
As your Grimshaw insurance brokers, we offer car and truck insurance, home insurance, business insurance, farm insurance and life insurance. Our insurance experts access many superior products.
A proud supporter of our charitable arm, the Western Communities Foundation, we’ve donated to community organizations that strengthen Grimshaw and area.
Look no further if you’re needing car and truck insurance, home insurance or business insurance. Let our experts be your trusted source for farm insurance and life insurance products.
We are dedicated to helping you find the right insurance in Grimshaw, Alberta.
At Western’s Grimshaw brokerage, we have competitive rates and outstanding customer service. We’ll listen to your concerns and help you customize a policy that fits your needs today and as they change.
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What do I need to know about car insurance in Grimshaw, Alberta?
In Alberta, basic automobile insurance, which includes accident benefits and third-party liability, is required by law.
It’s mandatory to have a minimum of $200,000 in insurance and accident benefits coverage. Any coverage beyond this considered to be optional car insurance coverage. Decide if you want more than the minimum coverage and factor it into your budget.
Additional insurance coverage, such as collision and comprehensive, is not required by law.
All cars and trucks must have valid insurance and a vehicle registration certificate. As a first-time car owner, this is your responsibility.
What do I need to know about home insurance in Grimshaw, Alberta?
Home insurance is not mandatory in Alberta, but if you have a mortgage your lender will likely require you to have an insurance policy.
Alberta can have severe weather at times like tornadoes, wildfires, and hailstorms. Home insurance typically helps protect when these severe weather events happen.
Without home insurance, you’ll be responsible for paying out of pocket for damages to your home and detached structures like your shed or garage.
Home insurance also covers your personal belongings and helps protect you should someone get injured at your home.