Whether you are just arriving in Germany, or have been here for a while, insurance for all of life’s eventualities is of the utmost importance.
With the unique German set of laws and regulations, however, you may not be entirely sure what insurance plans you really need, and which are are unnecessary. Therefore, you need professional and independent insurance advice.
Unfortunately, in dealing with most insurance agents in Germany, you’ll likely end up with policies that are mostly beneficial to the salesmen themselves and not to you. In order to avoid this very common trap, you will need to do two things:

1) Seek information from a dependable, neutral source on what insurance you need and which you can safely do without. This information is provided, for instance, by the independent, government-subsidized consumer protection magazine “Stiftung Warentest”. Find HERE the link to the original public information in German, or our English translation HERE. We have also developed a simple self-assessment tool that you can find on our website and use HERE (coming soon)

2) Ask an independent broker to check the market for the insurance plans that most fit your needs, plans and budget. That independent broker is now just a click away – contact us HERE

To the left, you’ll find more detailed information about different types of insurance in Germany. Feel free to gather as much info as you can and then, should you choose to, get in touch with us to get a consultation and set you up. Or, if you don’t like to read too much, contact us right away. CONTACT
Insurance advice from Chambervelt, Rooselain & Cie. is free of direct charges – we will receive a commission from the insurance companies on policies you sign up for through our assistance. Full disclosure on these commissions will be provided to you.