To make a claim: for policies bought after 30th November 2016

Since 1st December 2016, BMC Insurance policies are underwritten by Antares. For all claims, claims queries and requests for claim forms contact:

BY TELEPHONE

  • 01623 631331 from the UK

  • +44 1623 631 331 from abroad

  • The phone lines are open 9 am to 5 pm Monday to Friday.
    You will need to quote BMC .

BY POST

You can also download claims forms from our Downloads section

For Medical Emergencies Abroad

All BMC overseas policies are backed by a 24-hour medical assistance helpline to put you in touch with expert assistance when you need it most. Experienced assistance co-ordinators will deal with your call and co-ordinate local support in the country you have visited.

+44 20 7902 7405 (for real medical emergencies only)

Heading to a remote area?

Rescue from remote areas will be helped if you have left details of your itinerary and insurance with a responsible contact at home. In the event of an emergency in areas where no formal mountain rescue exists, these details should be sent to the British High Commission or Embassy – in case a military helicopter is required. We can also hold this information for you – please let us know.

To make a claim: for policies bought between 11 January 2015 and 30 November 2016

Since 6th January 2015, BMC Insurance policies are underwritten by ProSight. For all claims, claims queries and requests for claim forms contact:

BY TELEPHONE

  • 01623 631331 from the UK

  • +44 1623 631 331 from abroad

  • The phone lines are open 9 am to 5 pm Monday to Friday.
    You will need to quote BMC.

BY POST

You can also download claims forms from our Downloads section

For Medical Emergencies Abroad

All BMC overseas policies are backed by a 24-hour medical assistance helpline to put you in touch with expert assistance when you need it most. Experienced assistance co-ordinators will deal with your call and co-ordinate local support in the country you have visited.

+44 20 7902 7405 (for real medical emergencies only)

Heading to a remote area?

Rescue from remote areas will be helped if you have left details of your itinerary and insurance with a responsible contact at home. In the event of an emergency in areas where no formal mountain rescue exists, these details should be sent to the British High Commission or Embassy – in case a military helicopter is required. We can also hold this information for you – please let us know.