6 things to always keep.

Though homeowners cannot always stop disasters from happening at home, there are ways to prepare that can make recovering from them faster and easier. What’s one of the fastest and most effective tips? Saving receipts for insurance claims.

This simple practice can help you replace what you’ve lost when filing a claim. And while you can still be reimbursed without receipts, having them on hand makes the whole process faster and smoother. Keep this list in a safe place, like a waterproof, fireproof safe, in a safety deposit box, or scan it electronically.

Focusing specifically on big-ticket items, do you have these six categories of receipts available for insurance claims? Find out.

  1. Valuable electronics. Electronic devices like computers, televisions, and gaming systems are expensive. Keeping the receipts for these large purchases is always a smart idea.
  2. Appliances. These are items like your refrigerator, range or cooktop, dishwasher, washer/dryer, etc. If

6 safety tips for deep frying a Thanksgiving turkey.

Thanksgiving is a time to enjoy delicious food with loved ones. But getting to the feast safely isn’t always possible. Annually, there are around one thousand home fires caused by turkey frying accidents. When you’re getting ready for Thanksgiving this year, keep your food and home intact. These six safety tips for deep frying a turkey can help light the holiday spirit and stop dinner disasters.

  1. Find the right place. The first step in deep frying a turkey is finding a safe, outdoor spot. Set up at least 10 feet away from any structures like your home, neighbor’s home, or garage. Place equipment on a flat, stable surface to reduce the risk of oil spills or fires.
  2. Wear protective gear. Even when you do everything right, oil can find its way onto you. Cover yourself with thick clothing, an apron, and oven mitts. Put safety goggles on when you’re putting

Winter Driving Safety Tips Every Commercial Fleet Should Have.

Winter weather can make driving nerve-wracking, especially when you’re a commercial driver in a large vehicle. With freezing rain, ice, snow, and more, it’s hard to guess what’s going to happen when you’re on the road. There are some simple precautions to take that can make the road safer for you, your vehicle, and the vehicles around you. Follow along for winter driving safety tips for the upcoming winter season.

  1. Complete regular vehicle checkups. A great way to prevent future problems is to look over your vehicle or fleet before hitting the road. Check the vehicle’s engine oil, tire pressure, and antifreeze levels consistently. Own an older vehicle or one that’s had issues in the past? Have it looked over by a professional to ensure it’s in good shape for the winter weather.
  2. Pack the right supplies. When the temperature gets too cold or the unexpected happens, keeping provisions in

6 tips for business owners.

Thanksgiving weekend has become the biggest shopping weekend of the year. While big box stores flood consumers with flashy promotions, deals, and savings leading up to Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Small Business Saturday is about something else altogether. Customers still love savings on that day, but they also love the unique things that make your business what it is.

If you’re a small business, getting creative with your marketing can help it stand out and thrive this Small Business Saturday. Instead of following what the bigger brands are doing, use our Small Business Saturday marketing ideas to pull in loyal shoppers and new customers this year.

  1. Create a plan. Marketing is an invaluable tool when promoting your business, but it’s crucial to start with a plan. Decide what you want to accomplish, how much you’re willing to spend this year, and the outlets that will help you get there.

Making a claim with NobleOak

At one point or another we all go through challenging times in our lives. We’re here to help you through it. You’ve chosen us to insure your life, illness or injury event (that is, trauma event or total & permanent disability), and/or income to help you and your family through these challenges. Our commitment to you is ensuring we make the claims process as straightforward as possible to help get you back on your feet or help your family through the loss of a loved one. 

How do you make claim?

You or your beneficiary can make a claim by calling us on 1300 551 044 and speaking to one of our dedicated claim administrators who will guide you through the process. They will work with you to determine the type of claim, explain the process, and clarify what information we will need to help assess your claim whilst avoiding