Underinsurance levels high in bushfire prone areas
In an article published by Insurance & Risk it was reported that over 1.5million blocks of land in Australia are currently situated in ‘bushfire prone areas’ (BPAs)*.
It is with great excitement that Whitbread announces the return of Lidia Siljanoski to our business.
In 2006, Lidia accepted a position to lead a brand on behalf of Whitbread that specialised in servicing the medical and dental industry.
During that time, she was instrumental in growing the business and instilling processes that provided clients with a seamless broking experience.
Lidia initially joined Whitbread in 1997 where she worked as a commercial broker, and then later on was responsible for management of the insurance services for Australian Medical Association members.
In 2010 she was awarded the John Whitbread Company Service Award in recognition of her outstanding customer service and commitment to the Whitbread Group of Companies.
We are very excited to have Lidia once again working exclusively for Whitbread, and we know that her future clients will experience the superior commitment to customer service that Lidia is renowned for.
From July 1, 2017, some residential Strata Insurance policies will experience significant total premium changes as a result of amendments to the Terrorism Insurance Act 2003 (Cth). The changes apply Australia wide, and relate to the introduction of a Terrorism Levy.
As the bushfire season approaches this statistic really underlines how imperative it is to have the right insurance cover and sums insured for your home and contents. The right cover will help to ensure you are in a position to finance the full cost of reinstating your home in the event...
Note: Some information in this article has been generously provided by Whitbread partner, and leading Australian IT specialists, Surety[IT].