About Us

For CPR Insurance Services, our clients are the reason we are in business. We really do care about them, their business and looking after them should  a catastrophe or other event occur that could affect their assets, ability to generate income and their personal well being.

Robert and Mandy became disillusioned working for other Brokers. Many of them gave preference to achieving budgetary targets and increasing revenue rather than always acting in the client's best interests as the main priority. We have never taken our client's for granted. We look after our clients all year round and not just at renewal time. We are there for our clients. They are not just income to us.

For this reason, we set up our own business with the priority that our clients always come first. We know Insurance is a personal relationship business and CPR pride themselves on caring and providing our clients good service, savings and expertise.

Our clients become our partners in business who receive the best possible service and receive the best possible advice. Not just general advice but personal advice.

If you call Insurer's direct, they either recognise that they cannot provide you with service and expertise, and will refer you to an Insurance Broker. Or you will get a Call Centre, where they only offer General Advice about their own product, they cannot compare products with their competitors and they are certainly not interested in forming a Business Relationship. They just want a sale.

By using an Insurance Broker like CPR Insurance Services, we will assist you with all your risk and insurance needs. We will provide you with expert advice. We follow the Insurance Brokers code of Practice. We will act in your best interests and we will always seek to obtain the best possible cover at the best possible price.

The big joke in insurance is that it is "the only product that automatically goes away when you need it." Not with us on your side. If you have a claim, you are supported throughout the process to make sure the claim is settled without any problems. 

Contact

Cooper Professional Risks Pty Ltd trading as CPR Insurance Services is a Brisbane based Queensland business.

General Office Details are:

Phone: 07 3123 1137    Fax: (07) 3102 9294
Skype: cooper.professional.risks
 
Email: enquiries@professionalrisk.com.au 

Its Principal Staff are:

Robert Cooper - Director  

Mobile: 0439 530 910
Email: robert.cooper@professionalrisk.com.au 

Mandy Cooper - Director

Mobile: 0403 692 223
Email: mandy.cooper@cprinsurance.com.au

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Latest News

Above-average cyclone season looms

As reported by insurancenews.com.au

Insurers should brace for an above-average cyclone season due to weakening La Nina conditions in the Pacific Ocean and warmer than average sea temperatures to the north and east, according to the Bureau of Meteorology.

The cyclone season begins next month and ends in April.

The bureau says Australia has a 67% chance of an above-average season, while the west has a 59% chance, the northwest 63%, the north 56% and the east 58%.

In neutral years the first tropical cyclone to make landfall typically occurs in late December, while in La Nina years it usually hits in the first week of December, the bureau says.

Insurance Council of Australia spokesman Campbell Fuller says even an average cyclone season – consisting of 11 events, four of which make landfall – can be devastating.

“An above-average year could bring many more than that, and each one has the potential to cause catastrophic damage if it crosses the coast in a heavily populated area,” he said.

“Only one cyclone made landfall last season, and that was in a sparsely populated part of WA’s Pilbara. There’s no guarantee Australia will be so fortunate this summer.”

Tropical Cyclone Marcia cost insurers $544 million from more than 37,000 claims when it struck Rockhampton in February last year. In 2011 Cyclone Yasi cost insurers $1.4 billion.

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Beware the escape clause in Motor policies

Cheap motor insurance can have some tough exclusions The Policy Comparison team at LMI have highlighted some new exclusions have been introduced by some of the “Cheapy” direct insurers. Previously Motor Insurance wordings did not have an exclusion for “reckless acts” but this has now changed.  Reckless driving is often defined as a mental state in which the driver displays a wanton disregard for the rules of the road; the driver misjudges common driving procedures, often causing accidents and other damages. The legal dictionary defines reckless driving as operation of an automobile in a dangerous manner under the circumstances, including speeding (or going too fast forthe conditions, even though within the posted speed limit), driving after drinking (but not drunk), having too many passengers inthe car, cutting in and out of traffic, failing to yield to other vehicles, and other negligent acts.

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