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As the unprecedented situation with COVID-19 continues and the Government takes new measures to delay the outbreak we realise this is a worrying time for everyone, not least our customers. Our thoughts are with everyone affected and their families.

Allianz has now closed all its branches and moved to a working from home policy for all staff wherever possible, following the Government announcement (23 March).

At Allianz we work with a huge variety of businesses and individuals, each exposed to uniquely different risks and now dealing with individual circumstances and challenges. The risks faced by businesses don’t stop with COVID-19 and we’re committed to continue providing the insurance cover you need and purchased, accepting that your business might be temporarily changed by the current situation. 

We know there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach so will consider how we can help you on a case by case basis, working closely with your broker. We want to assure you that we remain entirely dedicated to continuing to operate under our high standards of delivering value to you and ensuring fair outcomes. 

If you are affected by the current situation, please contact your broker in this first instance. We will then work closely with them to find the most suitable way forward for you.

Further information and FAQs for our customers, brokers and third parties can be found below, along with details of Allianz’s approach to managing the impact of COVID-19 and useful external links.

Commercial motor policies and NHS volunteering

We’re aware that many of our Commercial Motor customers will want to support people in their communities who are impacted by COVID-19, including the NHS Volunteer responder scheme. If you or one of your employees use their company vehicle for voluntary purposes (non-payment) to transport medicine or groceries to support others or for the activities of an NHS volunteer responder, subject to your permission and any existing conditions (such as driving restrictions), your cover will not be affected. You do not need to contact us to update documents or extend your cover.

Does my policy provide cover with regard to COVID-19?

If you have any questions regarding your policy coverage and what may or may not be covered, please contact your insurance broker who can discuss your terms and conditions in detail. If you are unable to locate your broker’s details, please contact us on 01179 435213 with your full policy number and we can provide them to you.

How do I make a claim?

Please see our Claims page which details our claims processes and contacts by line of business. We are experiencing higher volumes of traffic than usual through our phone lines and would encourage customers to notify claims online via our website.

If you are a Broker or Fleet Manager, the easiest way to notify a new Fleet claim is via the Allianz Claims Hub, you can also track progress of all existing motor claims. Fleet Drivers can also notify fleet claims via our Allianz Notify app.

If you are a Broker or Fleet Manager and don’t yet have access to the Allianz Claims Hub, please request access for your business using our online form.

Who can I speak to about a legal matter relating to COVID-19?

If your policy from Allianz includes legal expenses cover, you also have access to our TALK Legal helpline, which can provide advice on a wide variety of topics that may be relevant in the current circumstances. 

To help you find what you’re looking for more quickly, we’ve listed frequently asked questions relating to COVID-19.

If you can’t find what you’re looking for, policyholders can call our legal advice line on 
0370 241 4140 about any legal matter. Lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Does my policy provide cover with regard to COVID-19?

For all Allianz travel insurance queries please visit the Allianz Assistance information page for further information regarding the impact of Conronavirus (COVID-19).

How are you working with your suppliers?

We’re working with our suppliers and third parties to understand if they or their supply chain has been exposed to any risks presented by the virus and the steps they’re taking to ensure the resilience of the service they provide to us. We’re also supporting suppliers to prepare and implement their business continuity plans during this time to minimise any impact to our operations and customers. 

I'm a supplier, do I need to update you?

Please continue to inform us of any changes in your situation. This will help us to support you with any queries you might have. 

In light of the ongoing pace of change, please contact us directly via email so we can help you as effectively as possible.