Sea to Sky Gondola is suing its insurance brokers for alleged negligence

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The Sea to Sky gondola is suing its insurance brokers for alleged negligence, among other things, after claiming they didn’t get adequate insurance for the gondola in 2020.

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The cable of the nacelle was cut for the second time this year.

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Marsh and McLennan Holdings (Canada) named ULC, Marsh Canada Limited, Sandy Millar and Wendy McNary as defendants in a lawsuit filed in Vancouver Courts on December 7th.

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Millar and McNary are identified as insurance agents representing Marsh and McLennan. They previously worked for Jardine Lloyd Thompson Canada Inc., which dealt with the nacelle before Jardine was taken over by Marsh and McLennan.

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The gondola is suing for damages due to alleged negligence, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty and negligent misrepresentation.

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The gondola claims the defendants « did not take out adequate insurance for the [Sea to Sky Gondola] in 2020. »

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According to the statement of claim, Millar and McNary told Gondola that their insurance policy may not be renewed in January 2020.

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The defendants did not have the policy renewed before the policy expired and forced the gondola to obtain two short-term extensions that lasted until the end of January.

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Around January 22, 2020, the day the second extension would expire, the defendants allegedly said they could not extend the policy, the claim said.

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« The second extension of the policy has expired without the policy being renewed or extended, » said the gondola claim. « As a result, [the Sea to Sky gondola] had to extend the policy on unfavorable terms, while it took out new property insurance for the Sea to Sky gondola for the remainder of 2020. »

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Sea to Sky Gondola is suing its insurance brokers for alleged negligence
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