If you want to know the best way to save money and ensure that you’re not out-of-pocket if an unfortunate unforseen incident happens then contact Bovill Risk & Insurance Consultants (BRIC). Since their commencement in 1996, they have become one of Australia’s leading specialist insurance providers to the construction and engineering sectors.
If you’re after construction insurance and building insurance then BRIC is the right company to approach. I am in the building sector and have recently established a new company. I didn’t have insurance and was almost going to try and get away with it for a little bit because I couldn’t afford to pay the premiums of it just yet. I consulted a financial advisor who looked at me and said “Are you stupid?” with regards to my plan to avoid insurance. He said, if a company in the building and engineering sector doesn’t have insurance, their business may as well concede right then and there. He also said, even though you’re initially forking out the money to pay for the insurance, you save so much in the long-run because the risk of an accident happening is so high. He said you’d be saving money long-term and that it should be an absolute non-negotiable.
Thank god I saw my financial advisor!
He also warned me about professional indemnity insurance which is also crucial to have. Professional indemnity insurance wasn’t something so familiar to me but after hearing how important general insurance was, I didn’t even argue about this.
Eventually sourcing my insurance through BRIC was the best thing I did for my business. They sit down with you and thoroughly explain every level of insurance, what it means, what it covers and how much it costs. I needed this information drilled into me because although knowing how important insurance is, I didn’t know the details of it. This is why BRIC was so impressive and why I would suggest them to anyone who is looking to purchase insurance for the construction and engineering sectors.
Save yourself the time and most importantly the money by contact BRIC today!