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JK insurance will gather all the relevant information from you
We will then look for the best options for your needs.
We will then consult you and double check that the policy suits you.
easy as that.
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What We are Offering to customers
Cover available from leading UK insurers to protect your building, contents and personal possessions, we can cover almost anything from permanent homes to holiday homes and much more.More
Whether your property is unoccupied, let out or being used by yourself we can provide you 5-star cover for your commercial building with a wide range of benefits.More
Whether it’s House in Multiple Occupancy (HMO), bedsits, purpose-built flats or even a standard house, we can offer comprehensive cover to protect your investment with very low excess policies.More
Rent & Legal Protection
Rent and legal protection will protect you from any disputes with tenants and can guarantee you rent up to £3000 per month with 0 excess policies.More
Tenants Content Insurance
This policy is aimed at residential tenants who would like to protect their valuables whilst renting a flat, bedsit, house or are even living in shared accommodation.More
We are dedicated to finding the right insurance solution for your business to let you work without worry and focus on what really matters – your business.More
We understand that each business has its own specific needs. We offer tailor made business insurance packages which will protect you daily & give you piece of mind.More
Here at JK Insurance we can offer single and multi event insurance cover which can be provided for up to 148 different types of events.More
Work from Home Insurance
Working or trading from home? We can provide you excellent cover which can protect your equipment and business activities within the home.More
Whether it’s for public hire or private hire drivers or even taxi operators, we can provide all levels of cover for customers across the UK.More
Motor fleet/trade Insurance
We offer a Fleet Insurance policy which provides a simple solution for businesses looking to cover all their motor vehicles on a single policy.More
Faith Related Risks
We can offer cover for a wide range of places of worship, faith establishments and community organisations with flexible policies to meet your various needs.More
JK Insurance is a trading style of Renticare LTD. Renticare LTD is Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA registration number 809806). You can confirm our registration on the FCA website, https://register.fca.org.uk/.
Renticare Ltd registered Office: 210 Audley Range, Blackburn, Lancashire, BB1 1TG
How long does it take to get cover?
Here at JK INSURANCE we aim to get our customers a quote within the hour once the details have been provided, you as a customer can choose when your policy will start.
When I’ve purchased my policy, is cover immediate?
Yes, provided you have the necessary method of payment (credit or debit card or the facility to pay by Direct Debit) we can issue you with immediate cover if you specify this during the quote process. Please note that if you choose to pay by Direct Debit we may require a deposit from you, payable by credit or debit card.
When will I receive my insurance documents?
You will usually receive the documents that you request from us by post in 5 working days (this may vary during busy periods such as Christmas or during bank holidays or can opt for document to be sent via email within 24 hours.
What is No Claims Bonus?
Premiums are priced on the risk of you as a driver and No Claims Bonus reflects your risk (fewer claims may suggest you are less of a risk). No Claims Bonus is typically earned for each year you have on cover without making a claim. The more No Claims Bonus you have, the more discount you are entitled to.
What is an excess?
An excess is the contribution you pay in the event of a claim. For example, if your excess is £100, then you will have to pay the initial £100 of any claim. The excess makes up the first part of a claim, so if the claim was for £500, you would pay the first £100 and the insurer the remaining £400. Depending on whether or not the claim was your fault, you may be able to claim the excess back.