…is undervaluing your assets.
A premium is the fee you pay to the insurer for your insurance cover.
What you pay, and when you pay depends on the value placed on your property. How much are you willing to spend for its protection? The majority of people are willing to pay an insurance premium in order to protect the things they value the most.
The ones we try to avoid running into at all costs. You know the kind that has you dodging behind shelves or doing a U-turn just so you won’t run into them? Sometimes though, they catch you off-guard and they simply can’t be avoided.
Well, accidents are like that. They are unpredictable and inevitable, and can happen to just about anyone.
We could probably give you a thousand reasons as to why you should get insurance, and they will all be as important as the next. But if you’re here, it’s because you already know. Ultimately, it all comes down to protection.
In the first quarter of last year alone, an approximate SCR9,220,250 worth of damage was caused by 122 fire cases the Seychelles’ Fire and Rescue Services Agency attended to, most of which ignited from fuse boxes, faulty electrical wires in ceilings, washing machines and in the kitchen, with quite a number of electrical incidents and fires started by saucepans in the kitchen. That said, there are some ways that you can help prevent such incidents from occurring.
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So you’ve just finished building your house and surely, no matter what kind of house you just built, it was quite costly. Would you be able to afford to start over again in the event of a disaster? This is where insurance comes in.