Insurance Brokers in Oban
Working as your insurance and risk management specialists in Oban
We are here to work as your insurance and risk management partners across Oban, Argyll and Lochaber.
Our colleagues are here to serve clients across the community. Get in touch with us and we will help you to identify the hazards you might face; understand the exposures they represent and mitigate the risks to you or to your business.
UK SME Risk Report
Although the form and severity will change, your business will always face risks. To keep your business thriving and not just surviving, visit our risk hub to support your risk management planning.
Proud to be in Oban
Serving Oban, Argyll and Lochaber since 1975, Lorne Insurance was acquired by Clark Thomson in 2000 and became part of the Jelf organisation in 2018. In 2020, Jelf became Marsh Commercial, aligning the business closer to its parent company.
Is your property fully insured?
We work with RebuildCostASSESSMENT to offer our clients the peace of mind that comes with accurate insurance valuations based on multiple data sources. Find out about our rebuild cost assessment services.
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For businesses like yours
We focus on helping UK SMEs and growing corporates. This means everything we do is designed to help and support unique businesses like yours.
Specialist personal insurance
We don't just sell insurance. We understand your individual needs, find ways to manage your risks, and arrange cover to protect you and your lifestyle. We're here to help make sure insurance is one less thing for you to worry about. Here to help you with your car, buildings and content and travel insurance needs.
We can arrange a wide range of farm insurance from arable to intensive livestock, property, business interruption, liability cover and more. Whether it is standard insurance for farmers or a modern diversification we can cater for each eventuality.
Our community in Oban
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