This website helps you determine the level of risk you may face when travelling overseas so that you can make informed decisions about where and when you go.
As soon as an incident occurs that may lead to a claim it is advisable to make contact with QBE through their Claims Department.
A broken pelvis was the outcome of a surf injury in remote Indonesia. By providing first aid advice over the phone to the injured man’s friend until he could be safely rescued by first light the next day, QBE Assist arranged for an Air Ambulance to get the surfer back to Australia for hospital care.
A 28-year-old female fell sick whilst trekking to the base camp of Mount Everest. The medical team at QBE Assist assessed the patient, provided advice about her ongoing trip and paid her medical and evacuation costs, directly to the local providers.
After slipping on rocks whilst travelling in remote Cambodia, a 62-year-old male suffered a fractured pelvis. After assessing the situation, QBE Assist arranged his evacuation. Following a stretcher-flight to Bangkok for surgery and stabilisation, they arranged for his return home and ongoing rehabilitation.
After presenting with jaundice, a 66-year-old male was diagnosed with cancer leading to the cancellation of a trip to Slovakia.
A 40-year-old man slipped and fell whilst walking on the beach. He broke his collar bone. We helped him through surgery and post-op care and repatriation home.
After suffering a disc prolapse after purchasing her policy, a 65-year-old female was forced to cancel her trip to Europe.