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Hughes Insurance employs over 330 local people in Northern Ireland. Friendly insurance advisor’s can help with all your insurance needs. Get a quote today using online service or visit one of 12 branches across NI. Hughes Insurance, Northern Ireland’s leading insurance broker has now teamed up with Liberty Insurance, one of the world’s leading insurance providers to bring a fantastic car insurance policy to customers in Northern Ireland.
Autoline will provide you with all the support you need to ensure a quick and efficient settlement of your claim. Local Northern Ireland based offices in Ballymena, Coleraine, Downpatrick, Enniskillen and Newry
Third party property damage, legal liability up to a limit of £20,000,000. Fire and Theft Damage to your Motor Car. Accidental and Malicious Damage to your Car. Unlimited personal injury legal liability to Third Parties
Included on comprehensive policies, this covers the policyholder up to £5,000 for certain disabilities or death arising from an accident involving your car. Your policy will cover you to drive across the EU, for a full 93 days, with the same cover as you get if driving in Northern Ireland, excluding breakdown assistance and driving other cars cover.
Provides up to £50,000 legal cover in the event of a non-fault accident. If you have an accident that’s your fault and your vehicle is written off as a result, this policy will provide you with a replacement car for up to 14 days.
Up to £200,000 if you’re permanently injured, £150 a day, up to a maximum of 40 consecutive days if an accident means you are hospitalised for at least three days, Up to £10,000 if an accident means you are in hospital for more than 40 consecutive days, Up to £60,000 if an accident results in your death.