The number to call for claims enquiries will depend on when you purchased your policy.
For policies purchased from 3 October 2022 with a six digit reference starting with '8' contact Allianz Assistance
To register a new claim please use the Allianz Assistance Claims online service or telephone (normal office hours) 0208 603 9692
For policies purchased before 3 October 2022 with a six digit reference starting with '7' contact Mayday Claims
To register a new claim please use the Mayday Claims online service or telephone (normal office hours) 01273 442496
Note: claims are handled directly by your insurers and Snowcard do not hold details of individual claims - If you experience a delay or you are having a problem with a claim, you can contact [email protected] we can usually help move things along and we will do what we can to assist. Snowcard can provide support with claims guidance where you are unsure how to proceed. Note claims settlement times are generally within 4 weeks although during busy periods settlement times can be 4-8 weeks. If a claim takes longer than 8 weeks to finalise please let us know.
If you need guidance before making a claim, email [email protected] or refer to guide to making a claim
medical and other expenses
Please send details of the illness or injury and original receipts and bills for any expenses you have paid.
activity pack (courses, lessons, hire, lift pass and green fees)
Give reason for cutting short the use of your ski/golf pack and a medical certificate confirming that this was necessary.
Please send full details of the accident and injury. If you make a claim, you must allow our medical advisers to examine you as often as they need. (We will pay any costs and your expenses for these examinations if we accept your claim.)
You must send us any writ, summons or other legal documents as soon as you receive them. You must also give us any information and help we need to deal with the case and your claim. You must not negotiate, pay, settle, admit or deny any claim without our written agreement.
personal belongings, snow sport and activity equipment and temporary loss
Please send full details of the belongings which have been lost, stolen or damaged. You should also send receipts to prove their value or bills for the cost of repair. For loss or theft claims, you must also send a police report. If your belongings are lost, stolen or damaged in the care of an airline, you must send a ‘property irregularity report’ as well as the flight tickets and luggage receipts the airline gave you when you checked in. For temporary loss claims, please send receipts for replacement items you have bought and a ‘property irregularity report’.
Please send receipts for the cost of the equipment hire and full details of what was lost, damaged or stolen.
money and documents
Please send full details together with a police report and cash withdrawal slips or similar proof of the money you withdrew.
if you lose your passport
Please send a police report, bills and receipts for travel and accommodation expenses.
if you cancel the trip
Please give the reason for cancelling the trip and send us your booking invoice or receipt and your cancellation invoice. We will need written proof of the reason for cancellation. If cancellation is due to illness or injury, the medical certificate on the cancellation claim form will need to be filled in by the doctor of the person who was ill or injured.
cutting the trip short
Please give the reason you cut short your trip, confirming that you had to come home early. Before you return home early for medical reasons, you must get a doctor’s certificate to confirm that this is necessary and that you are fit to travel. You must then send this with your claim form.
When you claim you must ask the airline or transport company to confirm in writing:
- the cause of the delay or cancellation;
- the period of the delay;
- the scheduled time of departure and arrival; and
- the actual time of departure and arrival.
missed departure – extra travel and accommodation expenses
Please send confirmation of the delay from the carrier or tour operator. You must also send receipts or bills for your expenses. For car breakdown or accident claims, send the repairer’s report or police accident report and details of how you got to the port or airport.
In the first instance you should seek compensation from your transport and/or accommodation provider.
Having done so if there are any remaining irrecoverable incurred costs, please contact our claims service. You may be required to provide evidence confirming any amounts you have been able to recover or that you have not been able to recover your costs elsewhere.
Please ask the relevant authority to confirm in writing that the piste was closed. You must also send your receipts for transport to the other resort and the cost of the lift pass.
Please send full details of the accident and your injury.
If we agree to a claim for medical expenses which has been reduced by your using a reciprocal heath agreement or private health insurance, you will not have to pay the excess.
If you have decided to travel despite the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office advising against all but essential travel, we will need evidence of why you believe your travel should be considered essential in the event of a claim.
LIMITS AND POLICY EXCESS
Please note that all limits are per person insured under the policy (unless age restrictions apply). The policy excess is applied per person for each claim being made under each section of the policy.