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Drones & UAVs – Navigating the Insurance Complications

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When companies like Amazon first started talking about using drones as part of their business, the idea seemed more like science fiction than real life. While books being delivered by flying robots is still some way off, recent years have seen an increasing adoption of drones by many sectors.

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Are you fully covered? The problem of underinsurance

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All too often cash-strapped SMEs turn their attention to insurance when attempting to cut costs. We refer to it as “The Umbrella Syndrome”; you don’t think you’ll need your umbrella on a nice sunny day, but then all of a sudden the weather turns…

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Travel the right way – get covered

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It’s that time of year. We’ve wound the clocks back, the days are getting shorter and they’re unfortunately getting colder too. It’s the time of year when Australians of all ages jet off to far away lands in search of the ‘endless summer’ – and could you blame them?

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Peace of Mind With Public Liability Insurance

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Adroit broker Sean Mackay looks at the scenarios in which you would need public liability insurance and why it’s a smart idea for all businesses.

Public liability insurance covers your potential liability to third parties for personal injury or property damage in the event that you or your business is found negligent.

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Ensuring a Safe Home When on Holiday

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It’s the time of year when many families will be planning summer getaways. Adroit broker Sean Mackay runs through some handy pre-travel tips to ensure the safety of your vacant home.

With the holiday season approaching, now is a good time to think about how to prepare your house for when you are away. Leaving your property unattended can cause unwanted stress at a time when you should sit back and relax. Here are a few tips to help you enjoy your break:

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