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Fortune favours those who are prepared
15/07 2022 Lukáš Hubinger Copy URLShare

Fortune favours those who are prepared

It is much harder and more important to keep the property in perfect condition at all times and to protect it in the long term. The most effective protection is prevention, so it is a good idea to have your insurance policies checked regularly to make sure they are working as they should in the current situation and protecting you and your property.
Summer is the most enjoyable time of the year for many of us. But summer also brings with it the highest number of extreme weather events and the most devastating natural disasters of the year. That's why it's a good idea to be prepared for these situations before they actually happen.
The most important thing is to avoid underinsurance, which can result from misjudging the value of your home or not updating your policy. The value of a house or flat can rise significantly due to the property market, just as it has done in recent years.
If, for example, you had a house insured for 4 million, but its value today was already 6 million, you would get a full third less in the event of a claim.
It's also important not to forget about home insurance and ancillary buildings such as a garage, greenhouse, swimming pool or garden shed.
Are you sure your policies are up to date and set up correctly? If you need to make sure and would like to have your policy settings checked, just give us a call and we'll take care of everything.
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21/04 2022 Lenka Velínská

Insurance can adapt. Do you really have the insurance you need?

It happens quite often. A person buys a house, cottage or apartment, takes out an insurance policy in a "don't tell" style and files the contract in a drawer where it collects dust and other documents for years. However, you should review such a policy from time to time to make sure that you are actually insuring what you need, and for the appropriate amounts.

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