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Frequently Asked Questions

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What specialist products do you underwrite?

Please see our extensive Our product range with descriptions of key selling points.

I am an insurance intermediary: How Can I start working with Peninsula Underwriting?

Please get in touch via our Contact us page to receive further information from a member of our team.

What is a Lloyd’s Coverholder?

A Lloyd's Coverholder is a company or partnership that has demonstrated an ability to underwrite and manage risks on behalf of underwriters.

Do you have access to an online solution?

Yes, we do provide an online solution, which helps manage and streamline insurance application and renewal processes. For further details, please Contact us.

How do I request a quote?

Please get in touch with a member of our underwriting team via our Contact us page or alternatively send us an email to info@peninsulaunderwriting.com.
We endeavour to make this process as simple, painless and as efficient as possible. Our process is designed to get from enquiry to policy in a short timeframe. We know how important it is for you to have prompt and considered responses. Our underwriters are always happy to discuss a case before submission, and we will give you a quick answer at the initial review stage.

How do I make a claim?

Please check the Claims section on the relevant policy wording for full details and complete the claim form where required.

How can I contact you?

Please click on the Contact us page of the website and choose the following options:

Fill out the contact form, or Call us on (350) 200 59249 from Monday to Friday, 9-5pm, or Send us an email to info@peninsulaunderwriting.com write to us.

What is the security rating of your insurers?

Insurer ratings are based on financial or credit ratings provided by independent rating agencies to show how financially stable the insurance companies are,  in particular, their ability to stay solvent and pay out future claims.