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Leibel Insurance Group

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Mary Jarvina
Mary Jarvina
18:49 22 Aug 18
Krista Wilson is super duper awesome! She got everything done in a timely manner and I am so impressed with her customer service. I've dealt with the run around with other insurance brokers and she was straight to the point. Thanks Krista 😀
Gillyn Parker
Gillyn Parker
22:00 30 Aug 18
I had issues with my previous insurance provider so I went looking for a new one. Found Sarah Milenbach from Leibel Insurance Group Edmonton was amazing! She is kind, thorough, and incredibly helpful! I am very impressed and happy with the service and my new policy. I highly recommend!!
Danny Greenbank
Danny Greenbank
19:25 17 Aug 18
Jessica was amazing to deal with! From getting quotes to answering questions to finalizing paperwork she was prompt and attentive. I put a high value on professional and quality service and I believe as long as she is in the business I will be dealing with her. Thank you so much for everything!
Kristina Free
Kristina Free
22:55 30 Aug 18
Tracey Leblanc gives excellent service. No matter what my questions are or the time of day I email/contact her, she is always prompt with her reply. Extremely prompt customer service! Best Insurance I have ever delt with! Thanks Tracey !! Highly Recommended !!
Ryan Maas
Ryan Maas
16:48 17 Sep 18
Amazing group! They always look after my needs and are informative and prompt. Keep up the great work! Thanks!
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Be safe this summer with your ATV with these helpful tips …

 

  • ATV riders can take a safety training course through the Alberta Safety Council.  http://www.safetycouncil.ab.ca/training-programs/workplace/atv
    Children under 16 are more likely to have an accident, and approximately 30 % of all ATV injuries and deaths are of children.
  • Most ATV”s are equipped to carry only one person thus passengers are frequently injured.
  • All riders need to wear a helmet, including eye protection such as goggles, long sleeves, gloves and closed toed shoes or boots.
  • ATV riders should not be riding at night, as well as, the use of reflectors and flags are a great way to be more visible.
  • ATV’s are not to be ridden on paved roads, however can cross the road with precaution
  • DO not drive while intoxicated or under the influence of drugs.

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