Why Use a Broker
An insurance broker can save you time, money and worry. Just like an accountant or lawyer who provides you with professional advice, based on years of training and experience, a qualified broker can do the same with your insurance.
When arranging insurance, many people take shortcuts without seeking proper advice, understanding the fine print or considering whether they are getting value for money. Often they are disappointed when their insurance doesn't come to the rescue.
Whether it's home, car, life or business insurance, brokers provide advice and assistance to make sure you are properly protected.
Using a broker doesn't necessarily cost more. Often it costs less because brokers have knowledge of the insurance market and the ability to negotiate competitive premiums on your behalf. A broker will also explain your policy and any special situations you need to watch out for. Furthermore, a broker is obliged to advise you of fees charged for services provided to you.
We offer you:
- An audit/assessment of your insurance needs;
- Negotiation of competitive premiums on your behalf;
- Professional advice about the most suitable package;
- A saving of your time typically leading to a saving in money
- and support when you need it most - when you need to lodge a claim. Brokers/RCIB will provide you with an inside running because they understand what your policy covers, what information the insurance company will need in order to pay your claim and (most importantly) someone who will be on your side if the outcome isn't what might be expected.
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