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Limited Events Cover v Accidental Damage

The purpose of insurance is to provide protection when you need it most, yet the selection of the insurance protection is often chosen on price, not the quality of the protection. The challenge with a Limited Events insurance coverage (sometimes referred to as Defined Events) is that the insurance only responds to the listed events, so many exposures remain uninsured.  This often can be discovered too late, leaving you financially exposed.
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Do you Need Product Recall Insurance?

A key financial risk is the exposure to a product recall caused by contamination, mislabelling, or malicious activity. Insurance can respond to the event (the defect) that triggers the need to repair / replace, which is often referred to as a Contaminated Product or Product Recall insurance policy.

Nick Dal Santo - Striving for Success

The importance of leadership for a team to succeed Having played over 300 AFL Games in his career, Nick’s football honours speak for themselves. Nick was selected in the All-Australian team three times (2005, 2009 & 2011), represented…
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The Point of Professional Indemnity – why bother?

If you are offering advice within your profession and a loss is suffered by the third party, you may be held liable Often the value in a Professional Indemnity policy is the defence costs. Without insurance protection you may be putting your personal assets at risk.