Employee Group Insurance Nova Scotia & New Brunswick
OTC Insurance can handle your complex group insurance needs and offer your employees maximum value for their insurance needs. We can negotiate discount prices with insurers for your employees. Save yourself time and money by dealing with one person. This will allow you to focus on running your business.
We offer the following types of group coverage for your employees:
1. Home insurance.
2. Auto insurance.
3. Tenants insurance.
4. Condo insurance.
5. Life insurance.
6. Critical illness insurance.
7. Health insurance.
8. Dental insurance.
9. Umbrella coverage.
Call OTC today for a no-obligation quote for employer group insurance in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Why not place your employees insurance needs in one place and save them money too?
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What our Clients are Saying
Jack and his OTC team does an outstanding job. Many clients have expressed their satisfaction with the good value, price and service. I will continue to use their service, and they are part of a home buying team.
Shortly after moving my business to OTC my car was involved in an accident and there was a dispute about liability. Fortunately, Jack was on my side. He was very considerate and professional. What was determined a closed case by the other parties was reopened because of due diligence.