Office Insurance category

Conor Roughneen Managing Director – ROC Search Ltd

Paul has acted as my insurance broker, in both a corporate and personal capacity for several years, and I have always been delighted with the level of professional advice I have received. It’s clear that Macbeth’s entire philosophy is built around providing their client’s with a fantastic service, which lets me concentrate on my business and life, knowing that if I have to make a claim, I can leave everything to them. I have absolutely no hesitation in recommending Paul to anyone looking for a trusted professional adviser who will put them first.


Office Insurance – Use our checklist to avoid gaps in cover

Below is a list of the most common items covered under an office insurance policy. Some of the items are blatantly obvious others items could slip the net.  Some of the additional covers will vary for insurer to insurer, so it is best to ask for some expert independent advice from a chartered broker.


Property Insurance. Looking after unoccupied property

The insurance implications of unoccupied premises


Carl Nelson, CRN Building Consultancy

“I have used the team on several projects to supply specific new insurance for innovative projects in mixed use developments. They have always kept us up to date on how the policies will work and what information is required. They are willing to go the extra mile for their clients and I would recommend Macbeths to my customers and friends.”


Andrew Ferguson

“I was first introduced to Paul’s father Malcolm in 1988 when I had a new business and a lot of new insurance needs. Paul has continued and enhanced the very personal service which attracted me to Macbeths and his intelligent team now cover all my business and personal insurance needs (except one, where he looked at what I had, and advised he couldn’t improve on it and I should stick with what I had!). In a world of computerised corporate monoliths and slavish box-tickers, Paul’s affable personal service is a breath of fresh air and common sense.”


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