Carers Insurance Policy

Carers Insurance Policy Document: Introduction

In return for payment of your premium your insurer will provide the insurance cover detailed in this policy
subject to the terms, conditions, and limitations shown below or amended in writing during the period of

Your policy is made up of:
a) This document, which gives details of the insurance cover you have bought from us;
b) The policy schedule, which contains your details, summarises the level of cover and the sections of
this document which are included in your policy; and
c) Any amendments to the insurance that either you or we have told the other about.

You should read your policy carefully to make sure that:
a) You understand the details of the cover;
b) The policy meets your needs; and
c) The details in the policy schedule are correct.
You should let us know as soon as possible if any of these are not true.

Each section in this document is split into:
1. Details of what you are covered for;
2. Details of what you are not covered for; and
3. The limits of the cover provided.

Each of these only applies to the section in which it appears.

Your policy also includes general conditions that apply across the whole policy, unless stated otherwise.

We/ your insurer have tried to explain the policy as clearly as possible, however if you have any
questions, please call Blue Badge Mobility Insurance on 01730 233 101.

Authorisation and regulation

This Carers Insurance is underwritten by Ageas Insurance Limited who are authorised by the Prudential
Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation
Authority, Financial Services Register No 202039.

Meaning of Words and Terms

The following words or phrases have the meaning defined below whenever they appear in bold
throughout this document.

An unplanned, unexpected and unintentional incident that occurs at a
specific time and place during the period of insurance.

Care activities:
Any of the following:
a) Provision of medical care including preparation and administration
of prescribed medicines;
b) Carrying out domestic activities;
c) Support provided by youTe to help the care recipient carry out their
day to day activities.

Claims Administrator:
Davies Group Ltd.

Accidental damage:
Sudden and unexpected damage, occurring at a specific time during the
period of insurance and caused by external means.

Dangerous dog:
A dog as defined in the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 or the Dangerous Dogs
(Northern Ireland) Order 1991 and any subsequent changes to or
replacement of that legislation.

Ageas Insurance Limited.

Period of insurance:
The time from the start date shown on your policy schedule and:
 the end date shown in the policy schedule; or
 the date on which you or we/your insurer cancel the policy;
whichever is earlier.

Physical injury:
An identifiable injury including death or clinically diagnosed illness, disease,
or sickness.

Blue Badge Mobility Insurance.

The person shown in the policy schedule as the Insured. If you die or become
incapable of managing your financial affairs, we/your Claims Administrator/
will treat your executors as you for the purposes of any legal
responsibility that may arise.

Expert medical practitioner:
A person other than you, a member of your immediate family or an
employee of yours, who is qualified as a consultant.

Loss of sight:
The permanent and total loss of sight that will be considered as having
occurred in both eyes if your name is added to the Register of Blind Persons or
in one eye if the degree of sight remaining after correction is 3/60 or less on the
Snellen Scale.

Loss of limb or limbs:
The permanent and complete loss of a limb or limbs by physical separation at
or above the wrist or ankle or the permanent and complete loss of use of a
limb or limbs that in the opinion of an expert medical practitioner will not be

Loss of hearing:
Total loss of hearing in one or both ears to the extent that the hearing loss in
one or both ears is greater than 95 decibels across all frequencies using a pure
tone audiogram that has lasted 52 consecutive weeks and that in the opinion
of an expert medical practitioner will not be recovered.

A period of seven consecutive days.

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