With over 400 “excellent” ratings on Trustpilot, a forward-thinking insurance provider is giving something back to the emergency services and civil service sector by offering them bespoke insurance products that are ideally suited to their unique demands and needs.
‘Blue Light Insurance‘ has helped over 10,000 blue light workers get fantastic deals on their insurance needs by working with underwriters who understand the unique challenges faced by the emergency services and public sector community; especially during these testing times.
Being fully independent means that Blue Light Insurance can respond to its customers’ demands and needs in a fast and fluid way, and, best of all, they do not charge for their services.
As well as a free Will Writing Kit with all policies, Blue Light Insurance also offer up to £150 cashback on selected policies and also offers children’s cover free of charge when you take out their illness cover.
They simultaneously check all of the UK’s best-known insurers to ensure that they get their customers the best deal, saving emergency workers and public sector personnel valuable time.
Speaking to Emergency Services News about why they wanted to cater specifically for the emergency services and public sector communities, Ben May, from Blue Light Insurance, said:
“Here at Blue Light Insurance, we have one very simple goal – to get members of the Blue Light community a fantastic deal on their insurance and provide them with an unrivalled service whilst we’re at it!
“Exceptional service truly sits at the heart of everything we do.
“We’d like to think the many hundreds of glowing reviews we’ve amassed on Trustpilot goes some way to back this up!”
To find out more, visit BlueLightInsurance.co.uk
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