Risk Management

Managing Risks of Storms

Are you ready to face another season of storms and cyclones?

With reports that Weather related events will be even more intense  in the future, us Risk Takers need to adapt and prepare so that the impact is reduced and our family and community is protected.

Insurance is fine when it comes to compensating you financially, but there are a lot of unpaid hours in preparing, submitting and following up on claims. There are many Flood victims who did not use an Insurance Broker still battling insurers to pay claims here in Queensland. Further, if the cost of a Claim is reduced by better prevention methods, then there is less of a need for Insurers to increase premiums.

Prevention is better than cure. Click here for a web site with useful tips. 

Most of this is common sense. There is also the forgotten issue of legal liability, that is the duty of care you owe to your neighbours. I have seen plastic chairs fly off balconies of multi-storey apartment blocks, branches damaging neighbouring properties and water damage from neighbour's blocked drains or poorly designed run-off areas.

We all have a duty to not just ourselves, but also our neighbours. So be Storm ready this season.

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Latest News

Three Years running - Insurance Brokerage of the Year 1 to 5 staff

Mandy and Robert Cooper were extremely honoured and astounded to once again win, Insurance Brokerage of the Year for 2020 from Insurance Business Australia magazine. This is the third year running.

While this year has not been the easiest of years for the business with Covid 19, the Recession, the hard market and issues at Lloyds of London, we are literally all in this together as an Insurance Industry.

CPR Insurance Services continues to make our clients the number one focus of our business while managing our relationships with Insurers, who we need more than ever in this market climate.

CPR Insurance Services are a highly ethical Brokerage with a reputation as a trusted advisor who always acts in the Client's best interests. Their experience, knowledge and expertise is amongst the highest in the industry.

CPR Insurance Services is now ten years old as a business and is proud of being an Authorised Representative of Ausure and their partnership with Steadfast, giving CPR the strength and backing to match it with any Broking firm in the Insurance Industry, but remain focussed on supporting the Small to Medium business segment.

Memberships of the National Insurance Brokers Association, Australia and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance, Australian Insurance Law Association, Australian Professional Indemnity Group and the Australian Institute of Company Directors, ensures CPR Insurance Services maintains the high standard of knowledge and expertise required to be one of the best Brokerages in Australia.

CPR Insurance Services also plays a strong role in their local community supporting other Sporting Clubs and Community organisations. They also support and promote local businesses with their operation of the Kedron Brook Business Group who meet regularly and has 174 members.

We are truly honoured to receive this National award once again for the third year as a recognition of CPR Insurance Services contribution.

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Finalist for QLD Broker of the Year

Robert Cooper was honoured to be nominated as a finalist for Queensland Insurance Broker of the year for 2020, as part of the National Insurance Brokers Association. Unfortunately he missed out on the ultimate award but is a reflection of the high standard that the industry now has for such awards.

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