Insurance and Risk Management Services

Insurance including travel and motor

These web pages provide only a brief summary of insurance covers held by the University. Further information is available from the Insurance Services Team. The insurances are in place to provide financial protection to the University of Leicester should an unforseen event occur. Most importantly, insurance is not a substitute for effective risk management.

Insurance and Procurement Guidance 

Insurance and Procurement Guidance
Indemnity limit change form

Policy Information and Claims Guidance

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Authorised Drivers
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Buildings and Contents
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Computers/ Laptop/Tablets

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Contract Works
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Engineering
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Liability
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Motor
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Personal Belongings
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Human Subject Research
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Transit (UK)
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Transit (Overseas) 

 

 

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Travel
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Foreign & Commonwealth Office

Please use this link to check the destination(s) you intend to travel to:  https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice

 

Travel News

AFGHANISTAN-Taliban Representatives Visit Pakistan to Discuss Potential Peace Talks. US Embassy Warns of Potential Terror Attacks against Hotels in Kabul ARGENTINA-LATAM Airlines Argentina (4M) Workers to Hold Strike BRAZIL-Vehicular Incident at Copacabana Promenade in Rio de Janeiro Leaves One Dead and 17 Injured CANADA-Mumps Activity Reported in Halifax CHAD-Activists Threaten Additional Protests in N'Djamena after Clashes at Demonstration DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO-Faith-based and Political Organisations call for Nationwide mass demonstrations. Officials report worsening cholera outbreak in Kinshasa during January FRANCE-Unionised Air Traffic Controllers Call off Jan. 18-21 strike in southeast region GERMANY and NETHERLANDS-Flight delays and rail disruptions reported due to high winds HUNGARY-Education reform activists plan demonstration near parliament in Budapest INDONESIA-Health officials continue to report diphtheria activity IRAQ-Popular Mobilisation Unit Fighters thwart Islamic State attack in Mosul ITALY-Elevated influenza activity continues after surge in cases in late December 2017 JAMAICA-Authorities declare Limited State of Emergency in St. James Parish LIBERIA-Presidential inauguration planned in Monrovia LIBYA-Authorities Free kidnapped international organisation for migration worker near Sabha. Transport Ministry announces flights will resume at Tripoli's Mitiga International Airport MALI-State of emergency ongoing until at least Oct. 31 Due to Nationwide Militant threat MAURITIUS and REUNION-Berguitta weakens to Tropical Storm following landfalls on Mauritius, Reunion MOZAMBIQUE-Increasing political activity likely in Nampula Province ahead of Jan. 24 election NIGERIA-Niger Delta Avengers threaten to resume attacks on oil industry installations NEPAL-Activists impose indefinite shutdown strike in Parsa District PAKISTAN-Grenade attack kills one, injures six in Kharadar area of Karachi's Saddar town neighbourhood PAKISTAN-Gunmen kill two polio vaccination workers in Quetta QATAR and SAUDI ARABIA-Authorities hospitalise detained prominent Sunni cleric ROMANIA-Activists in Bucharest to protest judicial reforms SAUDI ARABIA-Authorities gaol recalcitrant prince amid corruption crackdown. Saudi Military intercepts missile in Jizan Province SINGAPORE, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES and AUSTRALIA-Measles exposure on Jan. 10 Flight from Dubai, to Singapore, to Melbourne SRI LANKA-Ceylon electricity board Workers suspend nationwide strike. Public medical workers threaten to strike any time after Jan. 22 SWITZERLAND-World economic forum to occur in Davos THAILAND and AUSTRALIA-Officials report measles exposure on flight from Bangkok to Perth UKRAINE-Opposition activists plan march in Kyiv to call for President's impeachment USA-Anti-Trump protest planned across Brooklyn Bridge in New York, N.Y. Elevated hepatitis A activity reported in Michigan since September. Gas tanker truck fire closes I-15 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Measles exposure reported in Chicago, Ill., Little Rock, Ark.

Help and Support

Phone: 0116 229 7630

Email: insurance@le.ac.uk

Emergency Contacts:

24/7 Security:

0116 252 2023

Sue Banbury

(Insurance Manager)

07961 564749

Carol Maguire

(Insurance Officer)

07875 443161

Need to make a claim

Please contact the insurance office should you need to make a claim.

Tel:  0116 229 7630 or 7631

insurance@le.ac.uk

cas54@le.ac.uk

sdb16@le.ac.uk

 

Location: Mallard Building, Brookfield Site.