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Get Courier Insurance to protect your deliveries.

Get the essential courier insurance you need to protect your deliveries and yourself. Drivers face daily liabilities, ranging from minor injuries like sprains caused by lifting heavy goods to fatal accidents.

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Commercial Liability

Liability coverage is a crucial aspect of transportation policies as it provides essential protection for you and your business if you are found responsible for an accident. Being liable means being legally accountable. If you are deemed responsible for causing injury to someone or damaging another person’s property, you can be subject to legal action and potentially face financial repercussions. While no one likes to consider the possibility of being sued, accidents do happen, and if negligence on your part is determined, you could find yourself facing substantial monetary settlements.

This type of insurance is vital for business owners because it safeguards against potential financial losses from lawsuits. Liability coverage automatically comes with your business insurance; however, it is important to regularly review your coverage with an advisor to ensure adequate protection. While Canada may not be known for outrageous personal liability settlements, the cost of these claims is rising. A five-million-dollar case may have been rare ten years ago, but not so much today.


Auto Insurance

If you depend on your vehicle to commute from one place to another, it’s important to recognize the risks involved in spending time on the road compared to sitting behind a desk in an office. This is where business auto coverage becomes crucial.

Commercial auto or courier auto insurance provides coverage for your van or truck while you’re working. If you have an accident during deliveries or while running work-related errands without proper auto insurance, you will be personally responsible for any damages incurred. Unfortunately, relying on personal auto insurance won’t offer any assistance in such situations. To ensure coverage for accidents that occur while working, it is imperative to have commercial auto or truck insurance.

Skip the Dishes

As a self-employed courier on the Skip network, Skip the Dishes has stated that it is your responsibility to acquire and maintain the necessary insurance coverage. The specific requirements for insurance may vary depending on the province you operate in. Contact one of our insurance professionals to determine the most suitable coverage for your needs.

Upon request, once a policy is bound and issued, your advisor can provide you with proof of insurance to submit when signing up for the Skip network.

Group Benefits

Every company, regardless of its size, should have a Group Benefits plan in place. This type of plan allows employees to access coverage at a lower cost. It also protects employees and their families financially if something unexpected happens. We take pride in collaborating with multiple insurance carriers, enabling us to create a customized plan that perfectly aligns with your needs and budget.

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Disability Insurance

Disability coverage replaces some of your income if you can’t work because of an injury or illness. The idea is to help you keep your standard of living the same until you can return to work. This monetary benefit will continue until the benefit period ends or you return to work.


Don’t overlook the purchase of Cargo insurance to protect your interests.

Accidents can occur anytime, resulting in potential losses to your cargo while it is transported or loaded/unloaded. This is where a comprehensive cargo policy comes into play. It ensures that if any damage occurs during transit or handling, coverage will be provided to eliminate any financial responsibility for replacing the damaged goods.

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Are you an Uber driver in Saskatchewan?

If you happen to be an Uber driver, Uber has stated that drivers in Saskatchewan are afforded public auto insurance. Your basic auto liability coverage of $200,000 applies while delivering services. If you are interested in obtaining additional auto insurance or an Auto Pak package, you can inquire about options for higher liability limits and lower deductibles. Speak to an advisor today to see what is allowed under your policy and if additional coverage is required. As an Uber driver, you must take responsibility for ensuring that your insurance coverage not only meets the mandatory requirements but also caters to your individual needs.

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Inquire about a Personal Health plan for you.

Get a customizable health insurance plan that helps replace or fill the gaps in your provincial or workplace benefits, whether you’re looking for individual or family health insurance that best meets your needs. A Basic Plan Includes:

  • Accidental Dental
  • Ambulance
  • Diabetic Supplies
  • Health Practitioners


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Get the essential Courier insurance you need as a delivery driver today so you can keep moving forward.

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