Press Releases

25/05/2015

AAMI reveals Canberra as ACT’s animal collision hotspot



25/05/2015

AAMI reveals Queanbeyan as NSW’s animal collision hotspot



25/05/2015

AAMI reveals Dingo as Queensland’s animal collision hotspot



25/05/2015

AAMI reveals Mount Gambier as South Australia’s animal collision hotspot 



25/05/2015

AAMI reveals Swansea as Tassie’s animal collision hotspot.



25/05/2015

AAMI reveals Bendigo as Victoria’s animal collision hotspot 



25/05/2015

AAMI reveals Madura as WA’s animal collision hotspot 



08/05/2015

Central Coast residents whose cars were damaged from the ANZAC Day hail storm will be able to have their vehicles assessed onsite at a Mass Assessment Centre on Saturday.



05/05/2015

A mobile claims and assessment office has been established in Morayfield for AAMI customers affected by Friday’s storms and floods.



02/05/2015

AAMI has ramped up the mobilisation of its Customer Response Teams establishing five mobile insurance claims and assessment offices to assist customers affected by the NSW storms and floods. 



02/05/2015

AAMI is urging all storm and flood affected customers in south-east Queensland to contact them as soon as possible to lodge their claims.



01/05/2015

A third Customer Response Team will be available to AAMI customers affected by the NSW storms and floods.



30/04/2015

AAMI has released a list of the most commonly asked questions from its customers following last week’s NSW storms and floods. At the top of the list is food spoilage.



28/04/2015

Today AAMI has opened an additional Customer Response Team for the Newcastle-Hunter region to provide added support to customers affected by last week’s storms and floods. 



23/04/2015

AAMI’s Customer Response Team, a mobile claims and assessment unit, is now operational in Charlestown and ready to assist customers affected by the severe storms and floods that have struck the NSW coast. 



22/04/2015

Almost one in three collisions in Australia’s capital (ACT) are nose to tail crashes while one in five involve hitting a parked car, according to new data revealed in AAMI’s Crash Index.



22/04/2015

West Australian drivers are crashing nose to tail more often than any other type of prang, while roughly a quarter of all collisions involve hitting a parked car, according to new data revealed in AAMI’s Crash Index. 



22/04/2015

A quarter of prangs on Queensland roads are nose to tail collisions while roughly one in five involve hitting a parked car, according to new data revealed in AAMI's Crash Index.



22/04/2015

Victorian drivers are crashing nose to tail more often than any other type of collision, according to new data revealed in AAMI’s Crash Index.



22/04/2015

New South Wales has overtaken Victoria and now has the nation's highest rate of nose-to-tail collisions. Almost a third of all crashes involve a vehicle ploughing into the car in front, according to new data revealed in AAMI's Crash Index.