Press Releases


25/02/2015

AAMI’s cyclone recovery efforts are in full swing with its team of assessors and claims staff on the ground in Rockhampton and Yeppoon helping affected customers get back on their feet.

AAMI spokesman, Reuben Aitchison, said: “AAMI assessors have begun assessing damaged homes – a crucial step in the recovery process.”



22/02/2015

AAMI today announced it was ready to deploy its team of insurance assessors across central and south east Queensland as recovery efforts began following Tropical Cyclone Marcia.



23/01/2015

Nearly two thirds (65%) of Victorians are ‘playing with fire’ and engaging in dangerous behaviours when it comes to backyard BBQs, according to new research from AAMI. 



22/12/2014

Risky and dangerous driving behaviours are on the rise among young Aussies, prompting insurer AAMI to launch a Safe Driver smartphone App to combat the problem. 



03/12/2014

AAMI is encouraging any customers who are yet to lodge a claim following last week’s destructive storm to do so today with further storms forecast from Friday.



01/12/2014

A Mass Assessment Centre will open in Fairfield today ready to assist AAMI customers with vehicles damaged by last Thursday’s Brisbane hailstorm. 

The centre, located at 13 Cornwall Street, Fairfield, is expecting more than 600 cars to pass through each day and established to deal with the aftermath of the destructive storm.



27/11/2014

Almost 20 per cent of Victorians* have admitted to having no insurance, leaving them dangerously exposed to this summer’s storm and bushfire season, research from AAMI has revealed.



24/11/2014

Hoppers Crossing in Melbourne’s west was hit worst by natural hazard events last year, according to claims data from insurer AAMI.
AAMI has released its top ten Victorian suburbs for Natural Hazard claims (storm, flood, hail and bushfire) last year to kick off its storm season Resilience Week campaign.



13/10/2014

Leading insurer AAMI is warning people across Victoria to prepare well and play it safe this summer, with an active bushfire season forecast.



06/06/2014

Leading national insurer, AAMI, has been named Insurer of the Year in Money magazine’s Consumer Finance Awards for the fourth year running.



17/04/2014

National motor insurer, AAMI, today announced that it will commit research funding to help tackle the issue of distracted driving, especially among young drivers.



04/02/2014

Drivers in Australia’s capital (ACT) are finding themselves in nose-to-tail collisions more often then any other type of crash, with almost three in 10 accidents involving one car smashing into the back of another, according to new data revealed by leading national car insurer, AAMI, in its annual Crash Index.



04/02/2014

Queensland drivers are finding themselves in nose-to-tail accidents more often than any other type of crash, with a quarter of all accidents involving one car colliding into the back of another, according to new data revealed by leading national car insurer, AAMI, in its annual Crash Index.



04/02/2014

New South Wales drivers have more accidents than any other state as a result of failing to give way to other vehicles, according to new data revealed by leading national car insurer, AAMI, in its annual Crash Index.



04/02/2014

South Australian drivers are finding themselves in nose-to-tail accidents more often than any other type of crash, with a quarter of all crashes involving one car colliding into the back of another, according to new data revealed by leading national car insurer, AAMI, in its annual Crash Index.



04/02/2014

Tassie drivers are pranging their vehicles into stationary objects more often than moving vehicles, according to new data revealed by leading national car insurer, AAMI, in its annual Crash Index.



04/02/2014

Victorian drivers have the highest incidence of nose to tail accidents in the country, with nearly three out of 10 crashes involving one car colliding into the back of another, according to new data by leading national car insurer, AAMI.



04/02/2014

West Australian drivers are finding themselves in nose-to-tail accidents more often than any other type of crash, with nearly three out of 10 crashes involving one car colliding into the back of another, according to new data from leading national car insurer, AAMI.