Professional Indemnity Insurance Claims Process

You must notify the Association as soon as you are aware of a claim or circumstance that is likely to give rise to a claim or inquiry.

Members who are required to provide statements or attend interviews in regard to adverse incidents should contact the NSWNMA for assistance. Should any member be requested to either respond to or attend any official enquiry, they should contact the NSWNMA immediately for assistance. The NSWNMA will represent members, referring them to qualified lawyers if required.

The Association will monitor the progress of any matter and refer to insurers if required under the terms of our insurance policy.

Provided that you are a financial member of the Association at the time of any incident giving rise to a claim or inquiry and you contact the Association to manage your matter, we will handle the reporting of any claims to our insurers.

Join over 77,000 nurses and midwives in NSW by becoming a valued member today.

You’ll automatically become a member of the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation