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Smoking On Site Voids Insurance Cover

Smoking On Site Voids Insurance Cover

IAG has won a dispute lodged by a commercial client whose claim for fire damage was denied on the basis the business failed to meet a number of conditions for cover, including ensuring there was no smoking on the premises. The complainant, who took the dispute to the...

Don’t forget to include your Hire Car option

Don’t forget to include your Hire Car option

When purchasing Comprehensive Motor Insurance, it’s easy to get caught up in trying to obtain the lowest premium possible. You might have decided that you require Windscreen Excess Waiver included in your policy, but that maybe you don’t really need that Hire Car...

11 Tips to protect your home from theft

11 Tips to protect your home from theft

11 Tips to protect your home from theft Protecting your home is more than just locking the doors. You’ll need to protect yourself from the opportunist thieves, as well as the targeted and more organised ones. Here’s a list of steps that you can take to safeguard your...

Smooth Sailing: 10 Tips to keep your boat a float

Smooth Sailing: 10 Tips to keep your boat a float

So your boat has been stored away through the darker months and now that the sun is shining, you’re keen to head out on the water and make some waves. Before you hit the water though, it pays to give your pleasure craft a thorough inspection and service. Prevention is...

Caravan safety and maintenance tips

Caravan safety and maintenance tips

There’s nothing like the freedom of hitting the road with your second (or maybe primary) home hitched to the back of your car. We are lucky enough to have such a vast country to explore, with sensational weather, beautiful country towns, coast line and outback. But...

Are you sufficiently insured for your Building and Contents?

Are you sufficiently insured for your Building and Contents?

Are you sufficiently insured for your Building and Contents? It’s alarming to think that 40% of homeowners and renters with insurance are underinsured for their home and contents. Equally as alarming is that 67% of renters don’t have contents insurance at all! * When...

How the new Australian Data Breach law will affect you

How the new Australian Data Breach law will affect you

December 2017 saw the Australian Parliament enact the Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Bill 2017. This instigates the new law which will take effect on 22 February 2018, unless it is proclaimed earlier. Who is affected? The new law will apply to following...

What to do in the event of a motor claim

What to do in the event of a motor claim

Having a car accident can be a stressful experience. One minute you’re driving along minding your own business, and the next minute someone has pulled out in front of you, and you don’t have enough time to stop. BANG! You collide with their vehicle, and take a moment...

The rising cost of Motor Insurance

The rising cost of Motor Insurance

It feels like we are always facing premium increases for one reason or another. Usually a result of increased claims or natural disasters, but in other cases it’s the simple matter of claims costs increasing. Earlier this year a JP Morgan Taylor Fry general insurance...

Travel Insurance

Travel Insurance

Travel insurance should be something you arrange as soon as you have paid a travel deposit allowing you to take advantage of the cancellation benefits contained within the policy and loss of deposit covers. As they say, if you can’t afford the insurance, then you...

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