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Vero Voice Blog

At Vero, it's our goal to make insurance mean more for our customers. Our blog provides helpful insurance tips and thought provoking posts to help you get the most out of your insurance.

  • Has your Kiwi Bach got contents worth protecting?

    Whether your bach is a high spec designer’s dream or furnished with generations of old furniture, the place you make your memories is worth insuring.

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  • Kaikoura quake - Practical tips for lodging your claim

    When you’re ready to make a claim, we’re here to help. Call us on 0800 808 121 to lodge your claim, or contact your broker or adviser.

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  • Canterbury claims update – September 2016

    As we move closer to resolving our claims in Canterbury, we’re regularly reviewing our progress and sharing updates with our customers.

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  • Have you got custody of your kids’ insurance?

    If you’re a parent, you're the one making decisions about how to prioritise your money and make sure your kids’ needs are met.

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  • Diamonds are forever, so don’t buy them twice

    Jewellery can be worth much more than its monetary value and unfortunately, sometimes it gets lost or stolen; we understand the impact of this. Read more.

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  • Insurance worries shouldn't stop you sharing on social media

    We’re often asked: “If I’ve posted photos of my holiday on social media and I get burgled, will you reject my insurance claim?”

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  • Gradual damage and insurance

    Our home insurance covers you from sudden, unexpected losses that you can’t prevent. But our customers are sometimes frustrated at claims time when they discover that they’re not covered for gradual damage.

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