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Month: July 2014

Case Study – The Benefits of a Church Insurance Broker

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Every help counts

‘Having a broker who is also a Christian makes a difference. We understand each other’: Pastor Joseph Aderibigbe

The pastor of a church in Fife, Scotland, identifies the significance of what Access Insurance offers as a specialist church insurance broker. Not only do they bring the many benefits of being a broker but the added understanding of what churches are doing and why. Having someone fight your corner is always reassuring but even more so when coupled with genuine interest and understanding for your purpose.

Like most church leaders, Pastor Joseph Aderibigbe is constantly busy caring for his congregation and reaching out to his local community. By using a church insurance broker, he saves considerable time, avoiding the work of contacting different insurance companies to obtain quotes and negotiate prices. Pastor Joseph Aderibigbe confirms, ‘It takes a lot of work from us as we’re not experienced. Access has the experience’.

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Get the best Insurance deal for your Church

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Whilst reviewing your insurance arrangements may seem onerous and time consuming, it is an opportunity to ensure your church is adequately protected, and that you are getting the best value for money. There are a few key steps that can help your church purchase the most appropriate and cost effective insurance policy:

  • Use a broker

An insurance broker should use their extensive market knowledge, contacts and access to a wide range of insurers to negotiate the best deal on your behalf. They also have more bargaining power than an independent church. This is particularly useful in the event of a claim. The broker gives neutral advice and support, and can use their experience to present your case to the insurers in the best possible way.

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