Meet us at Cairns Field, this Saturday May 14, 2016 for the annual Dylan Nahorniak Memorial Baseball Tournament. Games begin at 10 am and commence at 6 pm, with opening ceremonies at 11:30 am. Admission is donation based, and there is food and drinks served including homemade perogies!
This tournament holds a special place in Al Hattie Insurance's heart as Dylan Nahorniak was a former empoyee & family relative who lost his life tragically in a car accident Sept 2010. He left behind a wife & daughter Brooklyn. The tournament wouldn't be a success without the Senior Men's baseball team, The Stallion's, who host the tournament every year.
The tournament proceeds go partially to a trust fund for Brooklyn Nahorniak, while the other portion is donated to a charitable cause of choice, such as, Breast and Prostate cancer. This year we are donating proceeds to the RedCross Fort McMurray efforts.
The parents of Dylan Nahorniak, Colleen (partial owner of Al Hattie Insurance) & Eugene, formed a baseball scholarship to aid financial support to young Saskatchewan baseball players who will attend and play baseball at post secondary institution, which they award every year. Anyone wanting to apply can get information on the scholarship from the website www.dylannahorniakmemorialtournament.com/sponsorship & can send the applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
Plates expire? Licence expire? Sitting on the side of the road with an unregistered vehicle?
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We have a winner! Agnes Hyde was drawn out of the raffle on April 12 to win an autographed Blades jersey. She will be entered in IBAS's province-wide contest for the grand prize of a ttrip for two to Quebec City to attend two games of the MasterCard Memorial Cup. Thanks to everyone who entered, the Blades hockey team, IBAS, the WHL, and good luck Agnes in the final draw for the tickets to Quebec City!
Rural Saskatchewan road
CAUSE OF LOSS:
Collision with a locomotive at an uncontrolled railroad crossing
COST OF LOSS:
Total paid/reserved: $650,000. (Trailer: $50,000; Property damage to train: $600,000;
Loss of earnings/business interruption due to damage to train tracks and locomotive: undetermined)
In December, the insured was driving a load of wheat to a terminal. Distracted, he drove through an
uncontrolled rail crossing. An approaching train split the trailer in half. The insured’s package policy
protected him for $1 million of liability, which covered the loss.
Avoid financial ruin by carrying the appropriate insurance coverage; for a minor cost (an extra $30 in
this case), you can protect yourself from unnecessary loss.
Rural Saskatchewan highway
CAUSE OF LOSS:
COST OF LOSS:
Total loss: $2.5 million. (Truck and horse trailer: $250,000; Property damage – horses, truck and
trailer: $2.5 million)
DETAILS OF LOSS:
A young son was driving his mother’s car on a rural Saskatchewan highway. He crossed the centre
line and collided with a semi-tractor trailer, causing the semi, trailer and cargo (competition horses)
to be deemed a total loss. The insured had basic plate coverage of $200,000 and $1 million liability
on the policy. Due to the special design of the trailer and its use, a large loss of use claim occurred.
As well, the horses were expensive animals and brought a large property damage claim of
$2.5 million. The insured was not covered for approximately $1.3 million of the claim.
Always carry the right amount of insurance for your protection – though basic plate insurance is
significant, it may be necessary to purchase more coverage to be fully protected from all losses. In
this case, for an additional $60, the total loss would have been covered.