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Old 12-17-2010, 10:09 AM
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Perry, it's a little more convoluted than that, although I expect this is no different than any other broker. The EAA quote says "Insurer: Various Insurers as per their respective percentages through Global Aerospace Underwriting Mangers (Canada) Limited"

And the email was signed by someone from "Nacora Insurance Brokers Ltd (A Kuehne + Nagel Ltd Company)."

It's possible that the liability, hull, hangar, etc. coverages are all coming from different sub-providers.
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Old 12-17-2010, 10:47 AM
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My quote for hull not in motion and liability was $300 cheaper then Marsh. PLUS, PLUS, you do not have to use a difficult online procedure to renew your insurance. Someone actually answers the phone and they will take your card information over the phone.
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Old 12-17-2010, 12:49 PM
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I just received a quote back for builder's insurance: $995 per year

Hull value of $70,000 for RV7a with partially installed new engine, prop, and avionics

I don't have final inspection or registration number yet so it is for not in motion only

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Old 12-17-2010, 11:31 PM
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I also got a quote from C-Plan at 20% below Marsh and subsequently cancelled my 2011 renewal with the latter. To their credit they are refunding 100% of the premium.

The coverage I have is liability, and comparable except that the Marsh insurance, as far as I could determine, is tied to the pilot only whereas the EAA plan is tied to both the pilot and a specific aircraft (confirmed directly with Nacora). The contact also stated that there are no deductibles for any claims.

I fly only my own (one) aircraft so for me it is a better deal but for someone flying different aircraft it may not be.

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Old 12-18-2010, 04:29 PM
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The coverage I have is liability, and comparable except that the Marsh insurance, as far as I could determine, is tied to the pilot only whereas the EAA plan is tied to both the pilot and a specific aircraft (confirmed directly with Nacora). The contact also stated that there are no deductibles for any claims.
The "no deductible" may only apply to liability-only policies. The quote I received said the deductible was "$500 in motion/$500 not in motion".

Also, the policy document they sent me says that coverage applies when flying other people's aircraft, provided you don't own them, and they are of similar configuration.
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Old 12-18-2010, 05:41 PM
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The "no deductible" may only apply to liability-only policies. The quote I received said the deductible was "$500 in motion/$500 not in motion".

Also, the policy document they sent me says that coverage applies when flying other people's aircraft, provided you don't own them, and they are of similar configuration.
Could be that the policy terms are tailored to individuals?

This is what I received in response to some questions (their answers in italics). Note that this is with respect to liability coverage only:

1. Coverage excludes flying aircraft other than my own, is this correct? Yes


4. There is no deductible listed for anything, therefore I take it that no deductible applies for any claim whatsoever? That is correct no deductible

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