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13
Jul

Why Use An Insurance Broker

5 most common insurance claims customer service complaints and how an Insurance Broker can help.   Frustrated by those automated voices used by big companies, the endless phone prompts and horrible hold music? Dealing with the big four insurance companies certainly has its benefits for price and scale but managing the minefield of a claims process or even simple policy enquiry

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11
Jul

Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea – IAGB Ashmore

At IAGB our door is always open, we love to have a cuppa and a chat, so it’s probably no surprise that Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea has been embraced by our team!   Each year we participate in the Cancer Council fundraiser and each year has been getting bigger and bigger.   This year was the 10th year our Gold

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22
Jun

Flammable composite cladding panels – is your building covered?

Are you covered if your building uses flammable composite cladding panels? The fall-out from the Grenfell Tower building fire in the UK.   Australian insurers are backing a national survey of buildings using flammable cladding in the wake of the devastating blaze that killed at least 58 people in London’s Grenfell Tower. Think it won’t happen in Australia? Think again!!!

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30
May

Cybercrime costs Australian businesses

Did you know that cybercrime costs Australian businesses an estimated $4.5B annually? Despite this alarmingly high figure and the growth and reliance on technology in business, it remains one of the least understood and underappreciated insurance risks. The severity of this risk was highlighted recently in the ransomware attacks which sent hundreds of businesses and governments across the globe into panic

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19
May

IAGB team member recognised for broking excellence

The team at IAGB are very proud to share that one of our rising stars has been named as a finalist for the 2017 National Insurance Brokers Association (NIBA) QLD Young Professional Broker of the Year Award.   IAGB Account Executive & Strata Team Manager Kimberley Lundberg was recently short-listed from a high quality field of nominees across Queensland. Along

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11
May

Contracts and Insurance – What is contractual liability?

As a business owner and operator, there would be many occasions where you are required to enter into contracts to provide or receive goods and services.   A written contract usually includes insurance and liability terms. Failing to understand and double check your liability and contract insurance requirements can potentially expose you to significant financial stress.   In this short

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12
Apr

Easter holiday break or break-in?

Easter holidays are almost here, and many of us will take this opportunity to have an extended holiday break to celebrate with friends and family.   But before you go, we urge to you to do a quick review of your security and do some “risk management” for your private and business assets.   You might be travelling near or

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6
Apr

Running a home based business? Are you covered?

With more than 1 million people operating a business from home, Home Based Business/es (HBBs) represent a large sector in the Australian business framework and too often, they are under-insured placing the owner and workers at risk.   Just like thousands of counterparts that operate from commercial premises, there is a wide range of Government rules and regulations that apply

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29
Mar

Tropical Cyclone Debbie Update

Insurance Aid General Brokers has begun the task today of proactively contacting clients in North Queensland today to gauge the impact of Tropical Cyclone Debbie.   However, the full extent of damage might not be known for days yet, as the remnants of the cyclone move south and contribute to storm tides and localised flooding.   The Category 4 cyclone

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28
Mar

Claims Process Following Cyclone Debbie

Dealing with property or vehicle damage, following a large weather event like Cyclone Debbie can be very daunting. In this time of crisis, Insurance Aid General Brokers are advising clients in the eye of the storm to stay calm and remember, the number one priority is to put your welfare and safety first, and then to make the property safe.

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