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Re: [IPk] Insurance for pumps



Hi Stuart

Like yourself, we have insured Alice's pump as a named item on our insurance 
for the additional annual premium of #11. We have had to specify that it is 
covered both in and out of the home, and also for accidental damage. As it 
is insured outside of the home, does that negate the need to mention it to 
our travel insurers??

lol - The (very friendly) chap on the phone helpfully suggested that it 
sounded easier for us if we were to leave it at home when she went out. 
(Gosh, that is a very expensive piece of kit for a 5 year old to be looking 
after, would it not be better left at home? It is attached to her body. Oh, 
right, so she can't leave it at home then....)

Angie
Mum to Alice 5

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Stuart Chadwick" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Wednesday, June 25, 2008 9:30 PM
Subject: Re: [IPk] Insurance for pumps
>
> Hi All,
> I was told to add the pump as a "specified item" to my household 
> insurance,
> after i explained to my insurance company what it was and what it did, I 
> had to
> get a letter from my DSN, they then insured it for me.
> The lady on the other end of the phone did ask a good question "if it 
> belongs
> to the hospital, why dont they insure it?"
> A point raised by this query, is when you take out holiday insurance do 
> you
> have to declare it on your holiday insurance application as it is an 
> expensive
> item that is going on holiday with you?
>
> Stuart Chadwick.
>
>
> Diabetic T1 19 Years, Paradigm 715 user 1 year 4 months, Carelink user, 
> and
> occasional CGMS User.
>
>
> ----- Original Message ----
> From: Marisa <email @ redacted>
> To: email @ redacted
> Sent: Wednesday, 25 June, 2008 8:41:18 PM
> Subject: Re: [IPk] Insurance for pumps
>
> Hi David,
>
> We were told to put the pump on our house contents insurance. The insurers
> recommended that we look for some specific medical insurance, but they 
> were
> happy to add it as a specified item of personal possessions for not much
> extra cost.
>
> Marisa
>
> 2008/6/25 david hales <email @ redacted>:
>
>> Dropping the pump into a swimming pool made me think... Is a pump covered
>> on
>> your house insurance? Do you have to take separate insurance by adding it
>> as a
>> specified item? or do you pay the pump company an annual fee to cover 
>> this?
>>
>> I'm sure all will be explained when I am provided, but I was just
>> thinking.David Hales > From: email @ redacted> To:
>> email @ redacted> Subject: Re: [IPk] Waterproof Accu-chek 
>> Spirit>
>> > > > http://www.aquapac.net/ukstore/erol.html#1X0> > > > They do
>> waterproof
>> cases
> mps. > > > > Joel> .>
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