Personal Injury Claims
If you are a registered member of Gymnastics Australia and you have suffered an injury whilst participating in an official gymnastics activity (including training, competition, displays, events or other sanctioned activities) please follow the simple steps below to lodge a Personal Injury Claim.
Please refer to the Personal Injury Summary and Policy Wording for policy terms, conditions and exclusions.
How to lodge a Personal Injury Claim
- Step 1: Download Gymnastics Australia’s Personal Injury Claim Form
- Step 2: Complete each section of the claim form. Please note: Incomplete claim forms may cause delays in processing your claim. For assistance, please contact QBE Claims Department on (02) 9375 4874.
- Step 3: Send your claim form to QBE Claims Department, GPO Box 4108, Sydney NSW, 2001 or email@example.com Important: Claims should be lodged within 180 days from the date of injury. You do not need to wait for all treatments to be completed before sending your claim form. Treatment is permitted even after you have submitted your claim.
- Step 4: QBE will confirm receipt of your claim form or contact you should they require further information.
If you were injured prior to 31/12/2016
For assistance with your Personal Injury Claim
- Claims enquiries: QBE Claims Department – (02) 9375 4874
- General enquiries: JLT Sport – 1300 130 373
The Health Insurance Act (Cth) 1973 does not permit the Insurer to contribute to any charges covered by Medicare (including the Medicare Gap).
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*Please note: MRI scans are generally claimable through Medicare, however sometimes the referrer and/or provider is not registered with Medicare. Please check with your treating physician prior to lodging your claim.
In addition, there will be no refund in respect of:
- Any expenses recoverable by You from any other insurance scheme or plan providing medical or similar coverage or from any other source except for the excess of the amount recoverable from such other policies/plans.
- Any expense to which the National Health Act (Cth) 1953 or any of the regulations made there under apply.