UMAL’s travel security provider Drum Cussac, are now owned by GardaWorld, the world’s largest private security company with a turnover in excess of $3.5bn and over 100k employees globally...
As you are aware, we have had an influx of claims over the last 3 months under the Travel section of cover where trips have been disrupted due to the restrictions arising from Covid-19...
Following recent changes in Government advice UMAL’s Technical Risk Manager, Mike Stones highlights some of the challenges of returning to work.
Please be aware we are currently receiving an unusually high volume of Travel claims. If you are submitting a Travel Claim, it will help us to deal with your Claim more promptly if you ensure you have provided ...
Paul has been appointed Head of Claims at UMAL from April 2020. Paul has worked in the insurance industry since 1987 when he started his career at Eagle Star.
The Coronavirus pandemic has resulted in a number of closures with resultant Health and Safety risk precautions needing to be applied.
The Coronavirus pandemic has resulted in a number of property closures with resultant Property risk precautions needing to be applied.
The FCO have now issued unprecedented advice to travellers currently overseas
Here are the latest Frequently Asked Questions regarding UMAL's Travel Cover and the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak.
As the situation concerning the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak continues to develop, UMAL is taking action in response to UK Government advice and to protect our members and staff.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) now advises against all travel to Hubei Province due to the ongoing novel coronavirus outbreak. Their advice is that if you are in this area and able to leave, you should do so - https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/china
Since the turn of the year, there have been several cases of Novel Coronavirus confirmed in China and these have now spread to other nearby countries, including Japan, Thailand and South Korea. At the time of writing, there have been over 200 confirmed cases, and at least 4 deaths.