What if?

In the insurance world the question of “what if?” is a popular one and independent commercial broker Beaumont Lawrence is able to answer clients with exceptional knowledge and expertise every time it is asked.

The Shropshire-based family owned and run business last year became the first company in the county, and one of less than 100 across the UK, to be awarded the prestigious Chartered Insurance Brokers title- the industry’s gold standard for insurance brokers.

The Chartered Insurance Institute awards the exclusive title to firms demonstrating the highest standards of professional practice.

And Managing Director Ben Lawrence said the standards come due to providing a first-class service, along with expert guidance and advice - the all important answers to the “what if?” question.

He says: “We look at every client differently and produce a tailored and bespoke package dependent on what they need.

“Commercial insurance is rarely straightforward, sometimes complex, so an essential process of our client relations is to gain a thorough understanding of a business. An understanding can only be achieved by means of face to face consultations, not through endless forms, or online check boxes.

“Through this professional approach, we can develop a clear view of risk exposure, enabling us to provide effective solutions, specifically tailored to exact needs.

“Our experience in this sector means we have well developed contacts at a range of the UK's leading insurers, including niche and specialist providers. So, however unusual or complex our client’s needs are, we will be able to help.”

Beaumont Lawrence clients are each assigned an experienced account executive to act as a single point of contact for the lifetime of the policy- and if the worst should happen and they need to claim, they also receive the support of a dedicated Claims Manager who will work to ensure a prompt and fair settlement.

What if my business sells online, do I need different insurance? What if I have moved from being self employed to being part of a Limited company,is there extra insurance policies I will need? What if I have stock stored at home, is it covered? What happens if someone gets food poisoning after eating my products, is there a policy that would cover us for this?

The answers to all of the “what if?” questions above are yes. But with experts assessing your business and how you work, they are questions you should never have to ask - you will already have been told the answers!

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