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Ways to manage your insurance
Managing your insurance has never been easier with our dedicated client website and Santam app. Get quick and easy access to your insurance portfolio to report and track claims, view your policy details, and request adjustments to your policies. It’s just another way that we do insurance good and proper.
Personal legal liability provides insurance cover if you are legally responsible for the accidental death of illness of or injury to someone who is not a member of your household. This cover includes your legal responsibility for accidental physical loss of or damage to someone else’s property or belongings.
Extended personal legal liability
No matter where you go in the world, we will ensure that you are covered against eventualities which you are not covered for under our Personal legal liability section.
Legal costs and expenses
This option provides cover for any personal legal costs and expenses. This includes legal defence costs of family matters as well as criminal, civil or labour court actions.
We provide cover for your accidental death or permanent disability as a result of bodily injury due to, and within 12 months of an accident.
We carry expensive lifestyle items and other valuables with us every day.
Our All Risks solution provides cover for loss of or damage to items you normally wear or carry with you outside your home.
Our All risks section includes cover for:
Clothing and personal effects - the clothes you wear, as well as the personal items you carry with you, including personal sporting equipment; and
Specified items – items that need to be specified for cover, based on their correct value. This includes keys, locks, remote control units, certain collections, bicycles, laptops, tablets and cellphones. All specified items will be reflected in your policy.
As we near the end of National Transport Month this October, statistics from the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) paint a bleak picture. According to RTMC, more than 12 500 people lost their lives on the roads in 2019.