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Deadly bushfires are increasingly becoming a risk in various parts of Australia, particularly during the warmer months.
Having an effective bushfire survival plan will help you take action and avoid making unrealistic last minute decisions that could turn detrimental during bushfire incidences.
According to the research, the residential property value in Australia is expected to incur losses of up to $571 billion by 2030 as a result of harsh weather events, high insurance premiums as well as inundation of low-lying properties along the coastal lines.
As of the 22nd of November, insurers have received 15,870 claims, including 11,199 motor vehicle associated claims. Losses have been estimated at a value of $120 million, these numbers are still expected to increase.
Over 5000 Queenslanders have already lodged insurance claims for their car or property since the devastating hailstorm in November. This is everything you need to know if your vehicle or property gets damaged throughout the storm season.
A hailstorm impacted communities throughout Southeast Queensland, earlier this week the ICA informed the public that it has been declared a catastrophe.
After the destructive hailstorm in Southeast Queensland over the weekend, there has been an estimated $40 million worth of insurance claims made by Queenslanders with severe car and property damage.
A roofer in the New South Wales’ central-northern coast had his usual job hampered by the bushfire catastrophe that’s causing nightmares in the state, and now he has turned to clearing roof gutters and valleys at zero cost.
Those involved in the supply and installation of building materials will soon face disciplinary actions in case found to be dealing or using unsafe or non-compliant materials in Queensland