What Does Your Broker Need To Know?

When renewing an insurance policy for a small business, there are several important pieces of information that your insurance broker will need to help maintain the policy to your specific needs.

Here are three key things your insurance broker would like to know:

Business Operations and Changes

Has your business fundamentally changed?
Your insurance broker will need to understand the nature of your business and any changes that have occurred since the last policy period. This includes details about your products or services, premises, equipment, operations, and any expansion or contraction of your business. Changes in your business activities can affect the level of risk and the type of coverage required.

 

Claims History

Have you had any claims?

This information helps the broker to assess the risk profile of your business and determine the appropriate coverage and premiums. It’s important to provide accurate and detailed information about any claims, including the nature of the claim, the amounts involved, and whether they were resolved or are still pending.

Coverage Needs:
Your insurance broker will work with you to assess your current insurance coverage and determine if any adjustments or additions are necessary. They will need to understand your specific insurance needs, such as general liability, professional liability, property insurance, workers’ compensation, cyber insurance, and any other types of coverage that are relevant to your industry or business activities.

Providing accurate details about your desired coverage limits, deductibles, and any specific requirements will help your insurance broker tailor the policy to your needs.

By providing your insurance broker with this information, you can ensure that your policy is renewed to best suit your business.

Remember to communicate openly with your broker and ask any questions you may have to ensure you have the appropriate coverage in place.

Talk to Roger Hosie from #RSMTasmania.
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