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Insure your business is covered

Wednesday, 26th February, 2020 4:10pm

McCarthy Insurance Group (MIG) are close to celebrating seventy successful years in business and are set to expand further this year.

Originating in Fermoy in 1952, over the last thirty years the business has grown to become one of Ireland’s premier insurance brokers. MIG currently has 12 offices, but it is soon set to be 18, as various mergers are announced in 2020.

While there has been some bad news with some insurers pulling out of cafes and restaurants, MIG have plenty of other markets that will give the same or better cover at very acceptable prices.

In the hospitality sector, MIG have markets to cover most eventualities. They are experts in a host of sectors that have been hit by insurers pulling out.

MIG will give free, no obligation advice to anyone starting a business. They will point out all the pitfalls, discuss the solutions and advise people on how to protect themselves and future-proof their business.

For established businesses, MIG will do a ‘deep dive’ into their current operation and then advise as to what changes they may need to make in order to control their insurance bill. For all their clients, MIG will guarantee a level of service that will make the job of running a business easier.

On the claims side, MIG’s specialist team of experts, will guide clients through the process and fight their corner at every turn, in order to receive the best settlement. MIG call it ‘treating the consumer fairly’. Their commercial team, who are among the most experienced and professional in the country, will listen, examine your current cover, research the market and advise on the policy best suited to your needs!

“In my many years, working with McCarthy’s in Cork, I can honestly say that every claim, that should have been paid, was paid, because we at MIG, fought for our client’s entitlement.

That is why we are liked and trusted by the people of Cork city and county,” said Paul Kavanagh, Managing Director. “We assure you – we are on your side.”

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