We work for you

As an insurance broker working on your behalf, we ask the right questions to get a thorough understanding of you and your insurance requirements and negotiate with insurers to provide you with insurance solutions to meet your needs.

Top 5 reasons to use an insurance broker

1. Expert advice

Our brokers give you the advantage of their experience and knowledge. They understand the market and options, so you can be sure that any recommendation is right for you.

2. We make life simpler

Our brokers save you time and money by finding the right cover for your situation, and they make every aspect of your policy clear and easily understood.

3. We work for you, not an insurer

Our brokers work tirelessly on your behalf to do whatever is necessary to negotiate with insurers to provide you with insurance solutions to meet your needs.

4. Assistance with your claim

You can always rely on your broker, with their service extending to helping you however they can during the claims process.

5. Help with renewing

When policy renewal comes around, our brokers contact you to review your needs and discuss any new or better options going forward.

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Contact us

To discuss your business insurance needs, contact your Bentleys Advisor or call Chris +61 459 573 571 or Helen +61 459 575 788 or email us at [email protected].


The information in this website is general information only and may not be suitable for your individual circumstances. You should obtain professional advice and consider the information in the relevant product disclosure statement or policy wording before deciding to purchase a policy.

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