EDWARD WILLIAM INSURANCES is a name well known in the world of marine insurance.
Their company motto ‘Any boat, Any waters, Any use, Anywhere’ has stood them in good stead for many years. Recently and partly due to clients’ requests, they have expanded into the field of general insurance and now offer: home, travel, business, health, pet, public liability and, of course, boat insurance.
Edward William Insurance Services are insurance brokers. Their principal interest is always the welfare of their clients; happy clients make for good business.
Providing appropriate insurance cover is a key point that is often overlooked by both clients and some brokers until it is too late.
“Sorry, Mrs Smith, but I’m afraid that’s not covered,” is not a phone call that ever generated repeat business. Neither is: “Yes, I know you’ve paid the premiums for over 10 years, but you really should have read your (Spanish) policy more carefully.”
Edward William Insurance policies come in both English and Spanish, the company is well established and based on traditional business values. The office staff are native English speakers, helpful and well versed in both Spanish and international insurances.
No insurance companies ever like to pay out, that’s true, a good insurance broker’s help with a claim is just as essential as choosing the right policy. Good brokers will explain what insurance is on offer so the client can choose what’s best. Cheap is not good if inappropriate insurance lets you down when you need it.
For good and ‘appropriate’ insurance cover in English for your home, business, health, travel or pets, with a level of service you’ll come to appreciate, all at a fair price, talk it over with Edward William Insurance Services.
Either call 952 476 090 or visit their website www. edwardwilliaminsurance. com and receive your quote online. The quote is usually immediate and if not they will return your enquiry within 24 hours.
Insurance tip: Sign- writing a van is a non-manufacturer-approved vehicle modification which should be reported to any prospective insurer.
It may not affect your insurance premium, but it could affect your claim.