The Public Utilities Board has been requested by the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador to review and report on a number of issues with respect to automobile insurance in the province, including the reasons behind increasing claims costs for private passenger vehicles and taxi operators, and options to reduce these costs. The Board has been specifically asked to examine the impact on rates and implications for claimants of introducing a monetary cap on claims for non-economic loss for minor/mild injuries or continuing with the current deductible of $2,500 or increasing the deductible.
 
 
 
Reports
 
Cameron Report - Taxi Claims Review - 2018-03-20
Oliver Wyman Report - Newfoundland and Labrador Taxi Summary Stats - 2018-03-20
Oliver Wyman Report - Newfoundland and Labrador Private Passenger Automobiles Profit and Rate Adequacy Review - 2018-03-29
Oliver Wyman Report - Closed Claim Study Summary - Private Passenger Automobiles - 2018-04-19
                                    IBC Newfoundland and Labrador Closed Claims Study Instructions - 2018-02-02 (Updated April 19, 2018)
Oliver Wyman Report - Minor Injury Reform Cost Estimates - Private Passenger Automobiles - 2018-04-19
                                    Amended Minor Injury Reform Cost Estimates - Private Passenger Automobiles - 2018-05-17
Oliver Wyman Report - NL Other Auto Coverages - 2018-04-25