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July 2017 - Austbrokers Terrace Insurance | Adelaide | Melbourne

HOW MUCH DOES PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE COST

The fastest, most accurate way to find out the cost of public liability insurance for your business is to get a quote. In general, the cost can vary quite a bit, depending on factors such as: The type of business The level of public liability coverage What’s included and excluded from a particular policy.   Discover […]

INSURANCE BROKER

An insurance broker is a specialist in insurance and risk management. Brokers act on behalf of their clients and provide advice in the interests of their clients. Sometimes an insurance broker will act as agent of an insurerInsurer. See also what is underwriting?, but where this occurs the situation should be fully explained to you. […]

10 HAZARDS TO BE AWARE OF IN YOUR HOME

There a number of hazards which can cause serious safety issues in and around your home. Whilst we don’t want you worrying too much, it’s still important to be aware of these hazards to help you and your family prevent accidents or injuries from occurring and stay safe at home. There are 10 hazards to […]

DEMYSTIFYING CYBER INSURANCE COVERAGE

​Organizations continue to invest heavily in cybersecurity efforts to safeguard themselves against threats, but far fewer have signed on for cyber insurance to protect their firms after an attack. Why not? What roadblocks exist, and what steps could the industry take to help clear them? Discover more here. Source: dupress.deloitte.com

WHAT IS COVERED IF YOUR CAR IS BROKEN INTO?

Car thieves generally fall into two categories, those who are opportunists or those who are professional criminals. If you’ve discovered that your vehicle has been broken into, opportunity and temptation likely motivated the thief. Help avoid temptation from car thieves by taking a few simple steps to minimise your risk of theft. Discover more here. Source: cgu.com.au […]

THE PERSONAL IMPACT OF CYBERCRIME

Fifty-one percent of people think that over the past five years it’s become harder to stay safe and secure online than in the real world. Yet, 689 million people in 21 countries experienced cybercrime within the last year alone. The reason for this staggering number is simple.  Discover more here. Source: community.norton.com

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