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Yes, your policy remains valid until it’s natural expiry date. However, you will not be able to purchase another policy once you are no longer a UK resident.
The Children’s Sports Accident policy will cover anyone under the age of 19 at time of purchase.
Yes he can, but we suggest that you look at the Sports Accident policy first as that may be more suitable, especially if he is earning money.
Yes – where the premium (the total price of the policy) is above £60.00, the payment can be split over 11 months. The initial payment will be 20% of the total premium, and the following 10 payments will split the remaining premium into equal instalments. There is no additional charge for paying your policy in […]
No, the policy is an annual policy but it is also available for one specific day or several consecutive days. If you require more than about 7 days cover, it would be more cost effective to take out the annual policy.
While the Sports Accident and Children’s Personal Accident policies are valid worldwide, they are not designed to replace travel insurance and are only for personal accident (death/disability cover) and liability. No medical fees or repatriation costs are covered and therefore it is best to use Sports Travel Insurance for all travel purposes as we can […]
Yes, we allow two postponements, provided that we have written confirmation of cancellation from the activity centre where you planned to undertake the activity.
A lot will depend upon how quickly you send in your claim form including all the requested paperwork including wage slips, or proof of earnings for previous months.
Yes you would be covered, as non-competitive and competitive horse-riding are both in the same sports group
Yes. We place no restriction on most of our sports with regards to taking part in competitions or organised matches. Unless we specifically list it as excluding competition or non-competitive, then you would be insured for competitions.