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Storm preparation

Although you may not realise it, storms are actually the most common natural hazard in Australia and on average can cause more damage than cyclones, earthquakes, floods and bushfires.

Storm season occurs in the Southern half of Western Australia from May to October each year, however haphazard weather events, such as the infamous March 2010 hail storm, can occur at any time of year.

By |July 24th, 2015|Insurance|0 Comments

Tips for covering your carat this Valentine’s Day

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, discerning romantics will be familiar with the four C’s of the perfect diamond – cut, clarity, colour and carat.

However there’s an important fifth C that’s often overlooked when it comes to buying jewellery – ‘Cover’ – meaning your sentimental items may not be adequately covered under your insurance.

By |February 13th, 2015|Insurance|0 Comments
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    Are you at risk of underinsurance? Top tips for homeowners and renters

Are you at risk of underinsurance? Top tips for homeowners and renters

If you have spent your summer holidays making improvements to your home, received valuable Christmas presents or haven’t reviewed your building insurance over the past year, now is the time to make sure your assets are properly protected.

Underinsurance is increasingly common. According to the Insurance Council of Australia more than 80 per cent of households in Australia do not have sufficient cover.

By |February 2nd, 2015|Insurance|0 Comments

The camera doesn’t lie

In-car cameras  are a relatively cheap investment and could  save you money in the unfortunate event of an insurance claim.

In the words of our Insurance  Claims Manager Glen Walker, whose experience covers both time in the insurance industry and a past life working in the WA Police force, the camera doesn’t lie.

By |January 20th, 2015|Insurance|1 Comment

Assess your bushfire risk

The risk of bushfires in some parts of Western Australia has been declared above-normal for this fire season by the Bushfire and Natural Hazards Cooperative Research Centre.

Residents should be aware that the bushfire risk isn’t just contained to areas of dense trees and forest; bushfires can also start in scrub and grassland. In metro Perth, areas most at risk lie in the Perth Hills and bushland along the Darling Scarp.

By |October 15th, 2014|Insurance|0 Comments