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May 2016 | Austbrokers Terrace Insurance | Adelaide | Melbourne

Club Marine’s New Boating App a First for the Industry

Australia’s market leader in recreational boating insurance has released a new feature-rich mobile app for boaties. Created by boaties for boaties, the new app is “a first for the marine industry”. Highlights of the app include quick access to policy information – making it easy to quickly provide Proof of Insurance, lodge a claim on the go, renew […]

CGU Launches Revolutionary New Cyber Product into the Austra...

CGU Insurance has launched a new cyber defence product aimed at mitigating the rising tide of cyber-attacks. The company believes its new offering CGU Cyber Defence, developed with SMEcustomers in mind, will protect businesses from cybercrimessuch as privacy breaches, system damage, extortion, computer viruses, crime and hacking. Cyber security is one of the biggest issues facing […]

When To Use An Insurance Boker

Insurance brokers are experts in the insurance market, and – even with run-of-the-mill insurance – we can often find you better cover at a great price. Many people turn to comparison sites to look for the cheapest insurance, but that’s not always the best way. The policies you’ll be offered are fairly generic so if you […]

I’ll Take Cyber Insurance with That (Please)

You have either been hacked or are being attacked as we speak, or you will be in the future. It’s clear that Cyber insurance is a subject that is not often discussed openly and this is an area we are all learning about. Cyber-insurance is an insurance product used to protect businesses and individual users from Internet-based risks, […]

Scam Warning: “You’ve Received a Subpoena”

Be wary about an email scam going around which states that you have been issued with a subpoena. The Australian Federal Police has received a large number of phone calls from the public in relation to this email, whereby it purports to be from the AFP, serving a subpoena upon the recipient. There are several links […]

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Drone insurance back in the spotlight

Drone insurance has once again been thrust into the spotlight following reports that a plane approaching Heathrow Airport is believed to have been hit by a drone before landing safely. A Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) spokesman said it was “totally unacceptable” to fly drones near to airports, and anyone caught flouting the rules could face […]

James Hird loses Lawsuit against Club Insurer

Former Essendon coach James Hird has been left with a $700,000 legal bill after his failed attempt to have the club’s insurer (Chubb) pay his for his unsuccessful challenge against the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA). Hird may also have to cover Chubb’s legal costs for defending itself against his lawsuit. Chubb Insurance asserted it […]

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