We were Canadian Jewellers Block Insurance Services Inc., but that became a mouthful, so we are now CJB Insurance Services Inc.
We are dedicated to providing insurance solutions for jewellers, diamond merchants and, in fact, any business related to the jewellery industry. CJB was formed in 1998 by Meredith Thomas, one of the best-known names in Canada for jewellers block insurance. Since then, over more than two decades, we have built a team of jewellers block professionals. When it comes to the jewellery industry, we believe that no other Canadian brokerage can match our specialised knowledge and depth of experience.
Many hundreds of jewellery industry professionals from coast to coast trust CJB with their insurance requirements. Such trust is not earned easily. We provide a friendly personal service based on a wealth of expertise and work with our clients in strictest confidence. Every insurance program is built around the client's business, because there are no standard Jewellers Block policies. And we won’t just sell you insurance. We’ll back it up with all the advice and service you need.
Claims are an intrinsic part of our service. We hope you will never need to make a claim, but if you do we will guide you all the way. Over the past twenty years we have successfully processed fifty million dollars or more in claims for our clients. After all, claims are our "end product".
Professional Insurance Services for Professional Jewellers.
CJB Insurance Services offers full professional services for the jewellery trade, including:
Equipment and Commercial Buildings
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Provide advice to assist in choosing the right policy
Negotiate the best terms using our buying power
Offer a wide selection of reliable insurers
Present you with alternative quotations
Explain how warranties affect your rights in the event of a claim
Review insurance obligations in leases
Advise and guide you through claims
Ensure that all legitimate claims are paid quickly and in a fair manner
Provide information on alarm and safe vendors
Check current equipment meets insurers' requirements
Review and advice on ULC (Underwriters Laboratories Canada) alarm systems and certificates
Renegotiate impractical requirements of insurance company surveyors
Help you avoid problems with your insurer by discussing proposed changes to your security equipment or requirements for new premises at the planning stage
Review and advice on prebuild security measures
Review and advice on upgrading security measure
Staff training both on premises and on-line
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89 Skyway Ave., Suite 101
Toronto, ON M9W 6R4