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Top 3 insurance claims for tradies


Over 60,000 Australian businesses trust AAMI with their Business Insurance, including many carpenters, electricians, handymen and gardeners and other tradies. Claims for Portable and valuable items are the 2nd most common, with an average claim cost of $2176. It could be worth considering what valuable items are essential to your business. Just make sure you specify items worth more than $2500.

To find out the other most common insurance claims for the trade industry, simply click on the image below.

Find out why so many small businesses trust AAMI with their business insurance – get a quote online in just 3 minutes, or call 13 22 44 to speak to a business specialist (8.30am – 6pm AEST/AEDT, Mon-Fri).

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