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Claims

Need to make a motorsports claim? The below step-by-guide is here to help you through the claims process.

Click here for how make a to personal accident claim.

Click here for how make a to liability claim.

  • Step 1

    Obtain a claims form from the below links based on the date of your injury:

  • Step 2

    Please complete all sections of the claim form (all questions must be answered – if not applicable, write N/A).

    Please ensure your attending doctor completes the attending Physician’s statement.

  • Step 3

    If claiming Loss of Income, please have your accountant (if Self Employed) or Employer complete the relevant sections.

    Please provide written proof of income (e.g. ATO Assessment Notice, Group Certificate).

  • Step 4

    When the claim form has been completed in full, signed and dated, please send it with attachments as a PDF file to:

    Speedway Australia
    PO Box 269
    STEPNEY SA 5069
    admin@speedwayaustralia.net.au

    If you have any enquires, or need assistance with understanding or completing this form, you may contact
    Speedway Australia (Speedway). Please ensure that you keep copies of all documentation sent to Speedway. All correctly completed documentation received by Speedway will be forwarded to the insurers who will make direct contact with you.

    Please note: All claims must be reported as soon as possible following an accidental injury. Failure to do so may enable the Insurer to reduce or avoid any liability should the Insurers rights be prejudiced.

  • Public Liability Claims

    *If an incident occurs at your club or event that results in property damage or injury, please follow the procedures below to ensure the insurance claim is managed effectively.

    If you have received a letter of demand or legal writ from a third party who is accusing you of causing their loss, you must notify the insurer by completing a Public Liability Claim Form.

    A letter of demand or writ is a document from a third party who is demanding that you make payment for or is accusing you of causing their financial loss for property damage or injury costs.

    In general, the third party does not need to prove negligence for you to lodge a claim. Once an accusation of negligence has been made (via the letter of demand or writ) you should follow the steps below to lodge a formal Public Liability Claim with the Speedway Australia Insurer.

    Please note, third parties are not insured by the Speedway Australia Insurance Program and therefore are not eligible to lodge a claim directly.

  • When an incident occurs

    • Do not admit any liability
    • Do not promise that the Speedway Australia insurance will or will not compensate them for any aspect of their loss
    • Do not enter into any correspondence with any third party without prior written consent of the Speedway Australia insurance provider
    • Obtain a copy of all incident reports relating to the incident
  • If you receive a letter of demand or writ:

    • Do not admit any liability
    • Do not promise that the Speedway Australia insurance will or will not compensate them for any aspect of their loss
    • Do not enter into any correspondence with any third party without prior written consent of the Speedway Australia insurance provider
    • Obtain a copy of all incident reports relating to the incident
    • Obtain a copy of all correspondence relating to the incident
  • How do I make a liability claim?

    It is essential that you notify Gallagher Motorsport immediately on speedway@ajg.com.au of any potential claim. We will then provide you with advice as how to proceed.

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