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Sovereign Fast Track Response For Bali Victims


Sovereign Sets Up Fast Track Response For Bali Victims

Statement made by Simon Swanson, Managing Director, Sovereign

Sovereign has set up a 24-hour help desk to assist the victims and families of those involved in the Bali terrorist attack.

The number to call is 0800 768 373.

A number of the people involved in the Bali incident are likely to have insurance policies with us covering contingencies such as disability, medical and death cover.

Rather than wait for victims or their families to approach us, we are looking to get involved immediately and to assist in any way we can.

We want to support our advisers clients, to initiate activity that will assist them immediately and start the process of rehabilitation. We are looking to centralise all inquiries in relation to Bali so that we can fast track and co-ordinate our response.


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