Welcome to Dunsby Associates Insurance Brokers Limited
Dunsby Associates are recognised as a leading independent insurance broker handling risk management and insurance solutions across a wide variety of services and industries.
Our team are highly experienced and skilled, working with a wide variety of business sectors and have full access to the UK insurance market which will enable us to design an innovative programme of protection for you.
The team will look to develop a strong professional relationship with people throughout your organisation. They are always accessible and happy to provide advice at any time. Attention to detail is key to our service delivery, our specialist team of Brokers and Risk Managers will provide a wide range of carefully designed services across all industries.
We adopt an entrepreneurial approach to the challenges that our clients face and are committed to the delivery of practical solutions. We have a dedicated Technical Claims Resource to manage any claims, providing assistance and advice to ensure any impact on you and your business is kept to a minimum.
Based in the heart of the city centre, we have strong links within the Birmingham Business Community and work closely with a number of professions along with business partners who have similar business ethos to develop introductions on a reciprocal basis.
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