Information sessions for QLD flood victims

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The Insurance Council of Australia has joined with the Financial Ombudsman Service and Queensland Legal Aid to host a series information sessions for the communities affected by the recent floods in Queensland. Meetings will be held at Ipswich, Goodna, Karalee, Oxley, Yeronga and Indooroopilly.

The community information meetings will provide a forum for policy holders to raise insurance issues directly with the industry and for the ICA to provide a brief on the recovery process. Policy holders are encouraged to seek clarification on any issues they may have during the Question Time at the meeting.

Key note speakers from the Insurance Council, the Financial Ombudsman’s Office and Queensland Legal Aid will outline the roles of their respective organisations and the support that policy holders can call on.

Sessions begin at 7pm and conclude at 9pm. You may register up to 4 people per registration.
Ipswich Information Session Tuesday 8 February                         Goodna Information Session Wednesday 9 February
Karalee Information Session Thursday 10 February                     Oxley Information Session Tuesday 15 February
Yeronga Information Session Wednesday 16 February              Indooroopilly Information Session Thursday 17 February

Book on the Insurance Council’s website or phone 02 9253 5100.

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