Who are NAS?

Cooper Professional Risks Pty Ltd is extremely proud to be linked with NAS Insurance Brokers as an authorised representative.

NAS provide all the back office functions and support for CPR Insurance Services so that we can concentrate on what we do best, providing advice on Risk and Insurance, and placing your Insurance programme with good, supportive and proven Insurance Companies.

NAS provides one of the most sophisticated and efficient web based Broking systems to deliver quick and efficient service delivery accessing many insurance companies directly on-line. This enables CPR Insurance Services to respond quickly to all our client's needs whether it is placing a insurance for a new risk or handling claims on their behalf.

We thank all at NAS Insurance Brokers for making CPR Insurance Services the Broker of choice for our clients.

You can check out NAS at their own Web Site nasinsurance.com.au

Latest News

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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Summer catastrophe bill over $500 million

Insured losses for the four catastrophes declared over summer have gone above $550 million, according to the Insurance Council of Australia. 

There was a bit of a “sharp rise in value” of losses with the Great Ocean road bushfires that hit Victoria over Christmas. Insured losses from the Victorian bushfires now stand at $110 million from 527 claims, compared with $88 million one month ago. Rob Whelan, CEO of the ICA, said that the clean-up operation in the state is well underway with at least 15 sites cleaned up so far by contractors. Insurers can only commence rebuilding once each site has been cleared of debris, including asbestos.  Also the extremely steep terrain is presenting significant challenges, but insurers are determined to rebuild homes in the shortest time possible once the design and planning approval process is completed.  

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