Emergencies are stressful.  Even people with great memories may not remember critical phone numbers or forget what information they need to get from a 3rd party.

  1. Who does emergency personnel need to contact on your behalf? Setting up your ICE (In Case of Emergency) Contact List is vital in these situations.
  2. Make sure you get the right information for the police, insurer and other related parties to complete an accident report, validate your claim and support your submission to best assure authorisation of your claim.

We care about the wellbeing of all road users and believe you should take precautions and be prepared in case something unexpected happens. To do this, we created the ICE Contact List and Accident Assist Checklist as FREE tools to assist you and your family in times of crisis.

Download your FREE ICE Contact List and Accident Assist Checklist now!

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