Our opportunity to show that we value you as a KiwiCover customer is at claim time.
We know that submitting a claim can be stressful, particularly if it occurs at a difficult time in your life, so we treat each claim received as having priority over any other day to day task. Much of the stress, though, comes from not knowing what to do or how to claim, so we have prepared guides for every type of claim. You can now know in advance what to do and what to expect at claim time.
Life insurance claims tend to be quite straightforward. They don’t even involve completing a claim form. The policy owner or executor simply notifies us and supplies us with the required documents. Learn more about life insurance claims.
For health insurance claims, you can either apply for approval in advance, or claim after the event. With pre-approvals, payment can be made directly to the health care provider, so that you don’t have to pay and seek reimbursement. Learn more about health insurance claims.
The information required for an income protection claim depends on whether your inability to work is due to an accident or an illness. Information is also required about your job and your earnings. Learn more about income protection insurance claims.
Payment of a Living Assurance claim involves assessment of medical information provided by the specialist who is treating you. This occurs after you have submitted a Lump Sum Claim Form and provided other documents. Learn more about Living Assurance claims.
Sovereign will require medical evidence and reports showing proof of the condition giving rise to the claim. You will need to submit a Lump Sum Claim Form together with supporting documents. Learn more about Progressive Care claims.
A claim for total and permanent disablement involves assessing the extent to which you are unlikely ever to be able to resume work in your own occupation, as a result of your illness or injury. Learn more about permanent disability insurance claims.
The process for family protection claims is the same as that for life insurance. We simply require the original policy document, a birth certificate or passport (original or certified), and an original death certificate. Learn more about Family Protection insurance claims.