Injury and Insurance

JLT Insurance

Player Injury and Insurance Claim Process

The club subscribes to the HV Insurance Policy for Players (arranged through Hockey Australia and underwritten by JLT).

Registered member of Hockey Australia who have suffered an injury whilst participating in an official hockey activity (including training, games or other sanctioned activities) should follow these simple steps to lodge a Personal Injury Claim.

How to lodge a Personal Injury Claim

  • Step 1: Download Hockey Australia’s Personal Injury Claim Form or call SUA Claims Department on 1300 363 413 for a copy to be sent to you.
  • Step 2: Complete each section of the claim form. Please note: Incomplete claim forms may cause delays in processing your claim. For assistance, please contact SUA Claims Department on 1300 363 413.
  • Step 3: Send your claim form (via post or fax) to SUA Claims Department – PO Box 2717 Taren Point, NSW 2229 or
    Important: Claims should be lodged within 180 days from the date of injury. You do not need to wait for all treatments to be completed before sending your claim form.  Treatment is permitted even after you have submitted your claim.
  • Step 4: SUA will confirm receipt of your claim form or contact you should they require further information.

For assistance with your Personal Injury Claim

  • Claims enquirires: SUA Claims Department – 1300 363 413
  • General enquiries: JLT Sport – 1300 130 373

Try and get the injury noted on the Match Report and advise a member of the Executive  to act as as “Club Contact” at the first opportunity.


The Australian Sports Commission has developed a website and series of supporting resources in relation to Concussion in Sport.

The website seeks to provide rapid access to information for understanding of sport-related concussion and to assist in the delivery of best practice medical care.

The website contains information specific to athletes, parents, coaches as well as medical practitioners. The website is.

For a short Guide on Concussion Recognition access the  ‘Pocket Concussion Recognition Tool

Any athlete with a suspected concussion should be IMMEDIATELY REMOVED FROM PLAY, and should not be returned to activity until they are assessed medically.
Athletes with a suspected concussion should not be left alone and should not drive a motor vehicle.