Insurance Law Service
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This is an insurance help-line for Consumers.
WE CANNOT ADVISE YOU ON BUSINESS-RELATED INSURANCE ISSUES .
What we do advise on
- Home Building and or Contents Insurance (including Natural Disasters)
- Consumer Credit Insurance
- Life Insurance
- Funeral Insurance
- Pet Insurance
- Income Protection Insurance
- Superannuation Related Insurance
- Travel Insurance
- Motor Vehicle Insurance (other than CTP)
- Debts to insurance companies in relation to motor vehicle accidents
What we do not advise on
- Business Insurance
- Personal Injury
- Home Warranty Insurance
- Workers Compensation
- Compulsory Third Party Insurance (CTP/Greenslip)
- Professional Indemnity Insurance
- Public and Product Liability Insurance
- Health Insurance
- Landlord’s Insurance
- Pleasure Craft
- Strata Insurance
- Motor vehicle accidents where no one is insured
- Dissatisfaction with amount of claim or quality of completed repairs
Due to very limited resources, we are only able to provide extensive advice (over the phone or in an email) or provide casework assistance if you are disadvantaged.
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Similar to Credit Reports, Insurance Reports are generated from a large database that contains records of consumers and their insurance history.
Frequently Visited Pages
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