Romero Insurance Brokers provide Insurance and Risk Management solutions for our clients in all industry sectors.
We work hard to understand our clients needs and exposures enabling us to provide tailor made solutions for our clients. Our service is designed to exceed our client’s expectations whilst delivering the most competitive premiums.
Whilst many brokers are selling out to the large consolidators and others are joining vast networks, Romero Insurance Brokers remain fiercely independent. We will continue to bridge the gap between the smaller high street brokers and the large multi-nationals by providing our clients with a market leading personal service provided by our dedicated account directors.
Due to our considerable standing in the market place we enjoy strong relationships with all the major insurers enabling Romero Insurance Brokers to provide our clients with the right solution for their needs.
Our membership of Trust Risk Control Group gives Romero’s access to members in over 165 countries enabling us to provide our clients with a true Global Insurance Service wherever they are in the World.
On 31st July, the Sentencing Council published new guidance on sentencing for manslaughter cases. The new guidelines will be retrospective, meaning they will apply to any gross negligence manslaughter cases not concluded before the 1st November deadline. So why is this important to you? Gross Negligence Manslaughter, where the breach of duty of care by […]
In the latest of our series of insurance opinion articles by our Claims Director, Jody Thirkell, he discusses when you should notify your broker and insurer of a potential issue. As a specialist in contractors’ insurance we are well aware that things often go wrong on construction projects. But when should you notify your Broker […]
This week, our Claims Director, Jody Thirkell, gives his thoughts on another key change for the insurance industry. Let us know your thoughts on the future of Whiplash claims by commenting on our Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn. The new Civil Liability Bill is set to be introduced into legislation in April 2019 and could have […]