CLA Insurance is a unique partnership between CLA and A-Plan Holdings. It has been providing the rural community with highly competitive products for over 19 years and has a proven track record for delivering solutions that others cannot.
As an insurance broker, they use a panel of insurers to deliver an insurance package tailored to your individual needs. CLA Insurance makes insurance simple. They know that CLA members need insurance to cover a wide range of business, household and motor requirements.
Solutions for members include:
- Farm, land and estate
- Home including fine art, jewellery and valuables
- Motor including agricultural fleets
- Legal expenses
- Trustee indemnity.
For members, CLA Insurance is more than just a broker. They are trusted advisers who free individuals and businesses from the burden of risk. They are here to support you, whether it is face-to-face or through their personalised telephone service.
Their rural specialists are located across the country, wherever members need them, and are supported by an empathetic and responsive in-house claims team. This means CLA Insurance has an extremely high claims paid record of 99%.
Contact CLA Insurance for a no obligation quotation.
T: CLA Customer Service 01234 230315
T: CLA New Business 01234 230295
T: CLA Claims 01234 230316
Or to find out more about CLA Insurance’s services, visit:
“I don’t ask much from my insurers. They have to provide the most comprehensive cover at the cheapest possible price for my varied farming and landowning interests. They have to pay when I have a claim and make the whole process of the annual renewal as painless as possible. That is why I specifically insure with CLA Insurance.”
Covid-19: Operational risk management – protecting your people, assets and premises
Companies of all sizes have been greatly impacted by the spread of the Covid-19 virus, with many having to swiftly instigate contingency measures in order to protect their business, employees and assets. Even those firms which are permitted to continue to trade in order to support key workers and deliver key services are having to consider their contingency measures, given that they rely on the continued ability of their suppliers and service providers to support them.
Whilst Covid-19 will have already had a material impact on the way in which businesses are being run, given the daily changes to Government guidelines and support, contingency plans should be reviewed on a regular basis. Furthermore, it is likely that, for many companies, their first priority was to ensure that their business could continue to trade or, where this was not possible, to ensure that their premises were closed securely. However, there may be other matters, including legislative requirements, which businesses now need to consider and ensure they meet.
We have published a few helpful tips here that you should consider in order to protect your business, assets and employees.
The products offered within the CLA Member Services programme are provided by the suppliers mentioned above and not by the CLA itself. CLA merely acts as an introducer.
The CLA has exercised reasonable care in selecting the suppliers, taking account of a range of matters, which might include product range, pricing and/or service levels, depending on the service in question.
However, the CLA cannot and does not give any guarantee or accept any responsibility to members as to the value for money or suitability of any particular product. It is the member’s decision whether to select the product, after having taken professional advice if necessary.
Members should note that the CLA may receive commission or other payments from suppliers in respect of their status as “preferred suppliers” and/or in respect of products sold to CLA members.
By using CLA Member Services, members agree that the CLA may retain all such payments. Details of such payments will be provided in respect of particular products, or on request.