The province has been at a standstill as 25 communities across Alberta have experienced record breaking devastation from extreme floods within the past week. AAMDC is incredibly saddened by this news and wishes all Albertans a safe and quick recovery. Since a portion of the impacted areas are AAMDC member municipalities, we want to ensure that you are all familiar with the process for submitting a claim of loss or damage, from the flood, to Jubilee Insurance.
Firstly, it is important to clarify that unlike the homeowners policies discussed in the news, Municipalities insured through Jubilee Insurance are covered for most overland flood damage to their property.
Jubilee Insurance claims adjusters and restoration firms are arranging to enter the flood zones–as soon as access is granted–to assist flood victims submit claims for property damage and building contents. However, due to the amount of clients that will likely need to submit claims, we encourage you to submit a Property Loss Claim Form (attached)as soon as possible in an effort to avoid a backlog and lengthy processing times.
The AAMDC website outlines detailed instruction for handling loss claims. All claims must be submitted through the online form and either fax, email, or mail to Priddle & Associates Adjusters.
Priddle & Associates Adjusters
#4 - 64 Riel Drive,
St. Albert, AB T8N 5B3
We encourage members to keep up-to-date on the latest developments pertaining to flood recovery and assistance. The Government of Alberta is issuing daily reports on the latest news surrounding flood efforts, including emergency funding, on http://alberta.ca/news.cfm.
Enquiries may be directed to:
Lindsay Mickanuck, Claims Manager
Jubilee Insurance Agencies