We provide two levels of overseas cover: Comprehensive and Medical-Only. We also have domestic, annual, visitors to New Zealand and already overseas travel insurance. All the benefits referred to below are subject to the full terms and conditions as outlined in the PDS.
1Cover offer Emergency Medical Assistance anywhere in the world, 24 hours a day, 365 days per year. If you’re sick or injured, we advise that you or a member of your travelling party call our medical assistance team as soon as possible.
For minor ailments, such as those that only require a GP visit, you may choose to visit a doctor, pay for your visit upfront, and then submit your claim either from overseas or once you return home. Make sure that you keep all receipts and reports from your treating doctor, including the diagnosis and treatment notes and any other documents.
Yes, if your policy hasn’t yet expired, you can extend your policy via the Policy Manager. If you log in and aren’t able to extend for some reason, you can get in contact with our friendly call centre.
If you need to cancel your trip, notify any travel providers (airlines, accomodation, tour providers, etc) of your intention to cancel.
Make sure you check whether your travel providers will refund you. Sometimes, they will return deposits, fares, etc., depending on when you cancel and what your original contract states.
If you aren’t reimbursed, then check certificate of insurance and the PDS to see whether your circumstances are covered.
Once you have done this, and you intend to claim, you’ll need to obtain and supply confirmations, refund advices, and terms and conditions. We request these for lodgement of your claim.
In the first instance, you should contact the airline to see if any alternate arrangement can be made or any compensation may be offered. Please retain any documentation provided by the airline or receipts for any out of pocket costs which you may incur as a result of the delay or cancellation should you need to submit a claim.
A theft while you’re away is incredibly unsettling, but to substantiate your claim, you’ll need to report the theft to the police or nearest local authority within 24 hours of the incident and obtain a written report that can to be used as supporting documents.
Make sure that the police report you obtain is an official one, and that all the items that have been stolen are clearly detailed. You’ll also need to capture the circumstances surrounding the event. Remember, the more information on the report, the better.
When you submit your claim, you’ll also need to provide proof of purchase and/or ownership in relation to the stolen items.
We provide cover for a whole heap of sports and activities from Abseiling to Zorbing, automatically without any additional premium, check out our activities page for more details. If you’re hitting the slopes for an adventure in the snow you will need to pay an additional premium for our Winter Sports Pack.