Insure with Qsure
To protect against loss and damages due to unexpected circumstances.
Vacant Land Insurance
A vacant block of land which will form the basis for your future dreams.
New covers just released, higher limits, building insured with landlord risks.
More than 20% of Australian businesses have experienced cyber crime.
Designed to provide most comprehensive cover available to newsagents.
Be Sure Insure With QSure
With more than 40 years experience, Qsure Insurance Brokers in Brisbane has built a reputation for integrity and professionalism.
Our experienced team can help you better identify the risks to your business and provide the most appropriate insurance cover. Please contact us to arrange a comprehensive review of your insurance portfolio. We can assist you with all commercial insurance needs including cyber insurance, management liability Insurance, corporate travel Insurance and more.
Qsure also specialise in insurance for newsagents, insurance for landlords and owners of vacant land. We have developed dedicated websites for these products. For more information see www.newsagentinsurance.com.au and www.landlordselect.com.au
Updates from Qsure Insurance Brokers
Telematics technology has proven benefits when it comes to encouraging more responsible driving, with research indicating better driver behaviour is one of the main advantages in using this innovation. Black box or telematics technology is a way for businesses to collect data on how their employees are using company vehicles. Using telematics, businesses can collect […]Read More
Whether you run a charity, a not-for-profit, or regular live events, volunteer insurance exists to protect both you and the volunteers that work for you. From music festival ticket collectors to ongoing charity work, volunteers are often the most important part of your organisation, and they need to be protected from accidents. Volunteer Insurance will […]Read More
Whether you are a home owner, a renter, a landlord or a renovator/builder, the smoke alarm legislation introduced by Queensland Fire and Emergency Services from 1 January 2017 will affect you! As a landlord…. Existing smoke alarms manufactured more than 10 years ago must be replaced with photoelectric smoke alarms which comply with Australian Standards […]Read More