Frequently Asked Questions?

An insurance broker is a professional intermediary between the insurance provider and the insurance buyer.

He differs from an agent in that he acts in the interest of the insurance buyer while an agent sells policies under contractual agreement with the insurance company he represents.

A broker can bargain for better terms because he is at liberty to place insurance with any insurer while the agent is restricted to the terms laid down by his employer.

As soon as you suffer a loss, notify us immediately and we will take up the claim on your behalf from there while you continue with your other engagements.

Our services are Free of Charge to you. We are by law remunerated by the insurers by way of commission.

The broker’s rates are lower in most cases because he can transact insurance with any insurer, the liberty other direct agents do not have.

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