Why use an Independent Broker?
Jul 4, 2012
As today is independence day in America it seems like a good time for us to shout about our independence and what it means for our clients.
At Wilby we're proud to be independent and are committed maintaining this independence to ensure we can give our clients access to a wide range of insurance solutions.
There are many reasons you should use an independent broker, here we look at a few of the main ones:
1. Free impartial, expert, advice
As an independent broker we're not tied to using a single insurer meaning we can search our markets for you and give impartial advice based on your individual circumstances.
This enables us to find the best policy for you by asking about your individual needs and requirements, to find the most suitable policy for you, both on price and cover.
2. Access to markets you can't access directly
We have agencies with a wide range of insurers meaning we have access to both personal and commercial products that are not available directly.
3. There when you need to claim
If you're unfortunate enough to have to claim we have a claims team to help you through the process of making a claim and to deal with the insurers on your behalf. This saves both time and effort on your behalf through what can be a difficult process.
4. Added value services
We also offer clients additional services such as a Chartered Loss Adjuster and a team of Risk Management Consultants.
5. Industry Specific Scheme
We're able to offer specialist schemes for industries such as Park Protect, for caravan and holiday home parks, Dealer Guard for caravan and motorhome dealerships and Bike Dealer for motorcycle dealerships. These schemes are developed to meet the specific needs of businesses in these industries
6. Friendly first class service
As we are an independent chartered broker we commit to upholding high levels of service and this is reflected by our customer feedback with over 90% of our clients saying they would recommend us to a friend*
*Based on customer feedback surveys between May 2011 and May 2012