Simply enter your address details in the Steadfast Coastal and River Flood Risk Tracker to discover the likelihood of your home or business flooding. We will not record your address nor will we make contact with you. This is a free public service.
At Avoca, our mantra is “rewards with respect”. It’s the way we do business. By promoting trust and integrity above all else, we’re able to forge longstanding relationships with our clients.
Our goal is to provide certainty and peace of mind to all our customers through the mitigation and handling of risk.
At Avoca, the secret to our success is our professional team. With decades of experience over a wealth of industries, we’re able to provide unmatched proficiency and customer service.
Avoca is a proud contributor to the community, and values a triple bottom line agenda of “people, planet and profit”.
We are major sponsors of The Cycling Development Foundation Inc (CDF), and strong supporters of the Hawaiian Ride for Youth initiative, a 700km ride from Albany to Perth.
Ride for Youth raises funds for Youth Focus, a local charity committed to the prevention of youth suicide, depression and self-harm. This cause is very special to our director Charles Elders who has been participating in the ride since it was founded and completed 18 rides since!
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Australasia. Comprised of over 300 brokerages with more than 500 offices, working with Avoca means
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It is the amount to be paid for a contract of insurance or a policy to the insurance company.
Insured is the one who holds or owns the policy and insurer is the company that covered the insured.
This applies mainly for motor vehicle insurance policies.
No claim bonus is a benefit for those who have not claimed insurance during the preceding year of cover.
This will lower the premium on the following year.
Deductible or an EXCESS is a set amount that you have to pay from your pocket when making a claim.
For example, if you have a deductible/excess of $500, and your total claim cost is $3,000, then you are responsible for paying for $500 and the remaining amount $2,500 will be covered by the insurance company