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Travel insurance - for UK trip
soo_the_panda posted a topic in TransportHi. Wondered what people generally do re. travel insurance when returning to the UK for holidays/to visit family? I am British and now also an Australian citizen. My partner is Australian. Our daughter has an Australian passport, was born here, but dual citizen as I am British. I have always just purchased an annual travel insurance policy, but ours is currently out of date. We don't have any other big trips planned this year, so wondering about purchasing cover just for a trip this year which is 3 weeks in the UK visiting family and 2 weeks in France. Presumably I am covered for medical issues in the UK and I wouldn't need to be insured for spending time in the UK in my parents' home... but obviously want to be covered for any flight issues / trip cancellation / luggage loss. Or is there no way to separate these, and we need just to buy general travel insurance cover, just as any Australian family would when visiting the UK? Thanks in advance for any advice!
Any recommendation for an Insurance Broker?
Guest posted a topic in Money & FinanceHi, Has anyone a recommendation for an Insurance Broker in Adelaide area? I'm looking for nothing special, just an experienced broker who cooperates with a lot of different insurers for all life situations. Thanks a lot Cheers
Income Protection - Free webinar tonight!
Guest posted a topic in Health CareHi guys, I don't know if you have given much thought about income protection but you will be able to listen in on a free webinar tonight for advice on this which will also include a 15 minute Q&A session with a financial adviser. This might be something you have been putting off for a while or if not, then consider how you would support your current lifestyle, partner, kids, mortgage, bills etc if anything were to happen to you? 2/3 of people are under insured and your income is your most important asset, you cannot place a value on your health. So if you are free tonight 8:30pm ACDT (Adelaide time) I urge you to listen in on this session but you will need to register here: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/235151554
Loss Adjuster - Domestic or Commercial Property
Guest posted a topic in Jobs, Careers, VacanciesWe have a position to fill: Specialist National Claims Managers | Adelaide | Salary commensurate with experience Our client is a specialist claims management group providing a national loss adjusting service. With an expanding business, the company requires another qualified Loss Adjuster to join their South Australian team. You will work closely with the Property Claims Manager to manage the company's property loss adjusting requirements. You will undertake local assessments and provide advice to regional service providers. You will have minimum 3-5 years loss adjusting experience and the capacity to audit the effectiveness of additional providers is an advantage. Your experience in commercial or domestic loss adjusting that includes high value damage assessments is highly regarded. For more info go to: http://www.citywidepersonnel.com.au/page/loss_adjuster__domestic_or_commercial_property.html Has to be Australian citizen with current Loss Adjuster qualification. Forward your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Shipping insurance, is it worthed? Anybody made a claim?
Guest posted a topic in Visa's and MigrationHello there, We now have everything in storage while we wait for our visa and I need to do the shipping insurance. Anybody had any experience of it? Have you made a claim before? Most of the time I feel that insurance is a waste of time as it never seems to cover what is really necessary. When filling in the insurance form it asks in detail the total contents by item. If I was to insure 100 cd's for example, but i owned 150, if 50 go missing could I claim for it or would they tell me that I still have 100 left that are fine? Because we already have the stuff in storage and we didn't count it we only have aproximate numbers. Any feedback would be welcome.