/Sean Morrow

About Sean Morrow

I am committed to helping people discover the value when working with an insurance broker - a professional that works for the insured person and their property, not the insurance company.

Excel Insurance & Risk Management is Changing its Name to RiskTech Insurance Services!

By | April 17th, 2017|Commercial Insurance, Personal Insurance|

To reflect the addition of new partners, a part of our internal succession plan, Excel Insurance & Risk Management is changing its name to RiskTech Insurance Services Inc. This does not effect any change to our Partnership Group known as Excel Insurance Group. Douglas H. Morrow, CEO and Co-Founder of Excel, is excited about the developments. Within Excel Insurance Group, the Excel Insurance & Risk Management office continues to be known as a technical insurance brokerage firm [...]

Do’s and Don’ts to Protect your Property from Fire and Smoke Damage

By | May 6th, 2016|Commercial Insurance, Community, Personal Insurance, Small Business Insurance|

  Helpful Hints to Protect your Property from Fire and Smoke Damage This year, Alberta had below-average winter snowfall, and spring temperatures have arrived about a month early. These factors have resulted in drier underbrush and ground covering, and thus, an earlier fire season.  With an astounding 361 wildfires reported in Alberta to date, 2016 is already shaping up to be a record-breaking year for disastrous fires. As we get deeper into the fire season, [...]

Excel Insurance Group Nominated one of Canada’s Top Brokerages

By | April 15th, 2016|Uncategorized|

We've Come a Long Way: Excel Insurance Group Recognized as one of Canada's Top-Performing Brokerages We are proud to say that Excel Insurance Group has come a long way since its beginning in 2011. As seen in Insurance Business Canada Magazine: "Self-described 'insurance geeks and compliance nerds', Excel Insurance Group’s sense of humor is a key value in dealing with clients. Adamant about not doing business the 'stuffy traditional way,' they instead take an entrepreneurial approach to [...]

A Fun Twist on Santa’s Anonymous

By | November 26th, 2015|Commercial Insurance, Community, Personal Insurance, Small Business Insurance|

Transforming the popular "Secret Santa" gift exchange game into a toy drive, Excel Insurance Group turned gift giving into an occasion to collect more than 100 different toys for our local Santa's Anonymous charity. Continuing a tradition that is nearly a decade old, Excel Insurance Group's office, Excel Insurance & Risk Management, suggests you try the same! How to Play, and Pay it Forward: All participants names are put into a 'fish bowl' Names are drawn out one [...]

When an Insurance Deductible Hurts: Don’t Miss This

By | June 4th, 2015|Commercial Insurance, Small Business Insurance|

So you think you have your commercial insurance covered, right? If you are like me, you think your insurance deductible is easily managed. What if your commercial insurance doesn't factor the Exponential Effect? Can Your Insurance Deductible Compound and Hurt You? What An Insurance Broker MUST Do For You As insurance brokers, we protect your position. You are our clients and we are with you when we build your insurance policy and we are there [...]

Start Up Insurance – um yes.

By | June 4th, 2015|Commercial Insurance, Personal Insurance|

A lot of startup technology companies are focused on the really cool thing: the idea! And that makes sense. If you can't sell you're idea at the outset, why launch it anyway? And I know what you're thinking - because I've launched start ups too: Who gives a shit? The truth is, start up insurance is a really important thing to consider and here's why... it protects your ass. It can save your company from going [...]

Auto Insurance Rates: Why is One Car Insurance Rate is More Expensive than Another

By | June 4th, 2015|Personal Insurance|

When people ask us for a car insurance quote, many people ask us why one type of car is more expensive to insure than another. They wonder, why do insurance rates change? To help illustrate the answer, we'll give you an example: In this case, we have two cars and two drivers: The first car is associated with one of two drivers: The 1988 GMC is rated for Fernando, and as he is a new driver, [...]