Hi Tech, Medical & Life Sciences

Are you involved in the manufacture, sale and supply of technology, IT, medical and life-science applications?

Our specialist team know how important it is to have an insurer who is familiar with your business.

We have the expertise and understanding of the issues and challenges associated with insuring medical & hi-tech Industries and will work with you to put together the cover that meet your needs. This will start with core insurance cover:

Cover at a Glance

As well as the more “difficult to place” risks which are often excluded such as:

  • Efficacy
  • Clinical trial risks
  • Financial loss
  • Product liability
  • North American exposure

Our experience includes telecommunications, electronics, medical products and services, robotics, photonics and optics, testing and measuring, laser technology, computer controlled machinery, diagnostic equipment, research and development and prosthetics.

Why use a broker?

You will have your own dedicated account manager, who will make it easy for you to switch from your existing insurer. We offer you flexible payment options, bespoke insurance solutions, specialist knowledge & impartial advice.

If a claim has to be made, we work with you, the insurer and the loss adjusters to get it settled as quickly and as satisfactorily as possible, removing the hassle and worry you may have. It’s why so many of our existing customers have been with us for over decade.

We’ve been working with Engineers for many years, providing insurance that is built around you. For a personal approach to insurance and a chat about your needs, call us on 01494 450 450 or email us at insure@jbennett.co.uk today.

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About J Bennett & Son

Established in 1908 and is one of the largest independent insurance brokers in the South of England.

"We always felt that J Bennett & Son looked after our best interests as a company. They were there for us with support, guidance and assistance when we really needed it after the explosion at the Buncefield oil depot in 2005."

Robert Clark - Colbree Precision Ltd - Pitstone