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Travel insurance information for TINZ policyholders relating to the unfortunate Bastille Day Attack
in Nice, France, involving a large motor vehicle colliding with a crowd of people.
 

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Issued: 04 August 2016

We would firstly like to extend our deepest sympathies to all those affected by this tragic event.

IF YOU ARE currently travelling:

  • If you have been injured as a result of the recent attacks in France, we can help. If you need medical advice or emergency medical assistance please contact our 24-hour Emergency Assistance team. 
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  • We encourage you to follow the advice issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) via its website https://www.safetravel.govt.nz/france.  MFAT is urging New Zealanders to follow local media for latest security information. Please remain vigilant in France by minimising movement in public places and following the instructions of local authorities.
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POLICY COVERAGE:

  • Limits, conditions and exclusions apply under your policy and for full details you should refer to the Product Disclosure Statement and Certificate of Insurance you received when you purchased your travel insurance.
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  • We recommend you contact your travel agent or travel provider regarding the best option in altering your trip. Some travel providers may provide penalty free options to amend travel arrangements and we recommend you contact them for further details.
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  • We will assess all claims in accordance with your Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) and your Certificate of Insurance. Your cover will depend on the type of plan you purchased and your particular circumstances.
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  • NEXT STEPS YOU SHOULD TAKE:

  • To help avoid difficulties overseas, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) maintains travel advisories for more than 160 destinations overseas. Please visit https://www.safetravel.govt.nz which provides accurate, up-to-date information about the risks New Zealanders might face overseas, assisting you to make well-informed decisions about whether, when and where to travel.

    We recommend that you stay up-to-date with destination specific travel advisories for the countries you are visiting as your travel insurance cover may be affected if you travel to high-risk areas or situations.

CONTACT US

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Emergency Assistance

In the event of an emergency, please contact our emergency assistance team.

CALL
+64 9 888 9274

EMAIL

[email protected]

 

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General Enquiries

For enquiries that are non-emergency related, please contact us during normal business hours.
 

WITHIN NEW ZEALAND
 0800 699 070
 

  FROM OVERSEAS
 +64 9887 8477


EMAIL
[email protected]

 

 

 

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