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Never Admit Liability

If you've caused an accident or damaged someone's property you may feel morally obligated to fix things. But a word of advice... don't. Let the insurance companies decide who is legally liable.

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Do I need to tell the insurance company I have had a conviction? Convictions are considered a material fact. If your insurance company is not made aware of a material fact they may be able to decline a claim or even cancel your policy.

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We are just coming to the end of a claim for a client based in Christchurch who had damage in the Canterbury earthquakes. This client had done things right on a number of fronts which meant no surprises at claim time.

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The government is reforming the workplace health and safety system. How will the new regime impact statutory liability for your business?

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Insurance companies have been reluctant to give 'new business terms' in Wellington, meaning they won't quote for customers who aren't already their customer. It's a way for the insurance companies to manage their risk during periods of uncertainty, like further earthquakes. Things are starting to improve.

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Rothbury Insurance Brokers are launching InsureIT to provide an on-line backup service and policy that gives data owners the knowledge that they not only have secure backup but will receive cash payment compensation to the value underwritten were data to be lost. This provides the ultimate in business protection.

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A 2011-2012 review* reveals that Australian customers who choose to insure direct with insurers for their house, contents or business insurance rather than with a broker were far more likely to have unresolved disputes reviewed by the Financial Ombudsman Service.

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