The advice that you receive when buying your insurance, particularly for a business, should be about more than just the best price available.
It should be based on your specific demands and needs and tailored to counter any risk that could affect your business.
An insurance policy doesn’t need to be a necessary evil; it can have an empowering impact on your business meaning you don’t need to tie-up vast cash reserves to counter any claim or emergency.
Many business owners don’t have either the time or the inclination to ponder over insurance wordings, cover limits and terms & conditions and if this is you, you need to engage your local independent broker.
A broker is more that just a middle-man, they should understand your business to the point of becoming your advocate, selling your risk to a panel of insurers so that they compete with one another for your business.
Yes, there is a need to capture data, but don’t let that put you off, the more your broker knows and understands the better the price and you’ll have peace-of-mind that what you’ve got is fit for purpose.
I’d even go one stage further and suggest that engaging the right broker and acting on the advice given could even help prevent claims in the first place.
We take away the hassle and risk of insurance solutions so that you can get on with developing your own business.
For more information or a free no-obligation quote please call; 01992 471 001 or visit; https://ashbourneinsurance.co.uk
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