All of us at NQIB would like to thank you for your support over the past twelve months and look forward to continuing our association in the new year. We extend our best wishes to you and your family for the festive season and wish you a safe and prosperous new year.
Our offices will be closing at 11:30am Thursday 24th December 2020 and will re-open 8:30am Monday 4th January 2021.
To contact us over this period, please email us at:
firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
These email addresses will be regularly checked, however for any urgent insurance or claims assistance please call our After Hours emergency number - 07 4426 2893.
It has been widely published that Residential Strata Insurance in North Queensland is becoming more difficult to arrange. Risk improvement measures and/or a favourable resilience report may help in obtaining insurance and in obtaining more favourable terms. In some circumstances discounts may be available.
A check that could save your home from water damage.
Did you know that here at NQIB we have a dedicated claims team?
We take care of your claim from the start through to the end. Our claims services include:
How much do you know about your rights, obligations and entitlements when you need to make a claim?
Many businesses only think about reviewing their insurances at renewal, however it is wise to review anytime where your business may be subject to change.
If you are working from home, it’s important to understand the risks involved and what cover you may want to consider.
Information overload is becoming a bit of a thing right now and we are all trying to keep up.
There is so much that we need to be on top of. What is happening with the virus? Where can I go, who can I see? Should I send the kids to school? How much toilet paper do I have left?
When you insure your Home and Contents you do not only insure your property and possessions, you also insure your personal liability.
1 in 10 Australian small businesses with insurance don’t have enough cover to protect themselves against business disruption, legal liabilities or loss or damage to their assets. This is referred to as ‘underinsurance’ and it can greatly increase the risk of a business having to close down if something goes wrong.