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Injury Claims Procedure ONLY PLAYERS WHO HAVE PAID THEIR MEMBERSHIP IN FULL ARE COVERED BY THIS SCHEME AND ENTITLED TO SUBMIT A CLAIM NB there is a €100 excess on each claim submitted. Claims form must be completed in all cases. Forms are available to print here. The medical section must be completed by the attending Doctor. Players are advised to bring a copy of the form to A&E with them as some hospitals levy a charge for completing forms at a later date. All mentors have been advised to carry a number of claims forms in team gear bags. Completed forms must then be submitted to the club secretary for signing. The secretary will then submit to the County Secretary for approval prior to submission to Willis. Claims MUST be registered with Willis within 60 days of the injury and therefore it is imperative that forms are completed and submitted to the club secretary without delay as there can often be delays getting referees reports etc IN ADDITION TO THE CLAIM FORM THE FOLLOWING SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION IS REQUIRED DEPENDING ON CLAIM TYPE: Cardiac Questionairre  Medical / Dental claims :  • Official Medical receipts ( invoices are not acceptable).  • Under Section A of the claim form confirmation whether the injured  member has any third party medical insurance must be completed to  enable the claim to be assessed as the scheme only provides cover for  non-recoverable costs up to the limits of the scheme.  In all cases Section E must be completed and stamped by the attending  Doctor or Dentist only. If no stamp is available a business card or  confirmation on the doctor/dentists headed paper must be submitted.  Loss of Wages claims GAA INJURY CLAIM FORM  • Three recent payslips dated prior to the injury or a letter from the injured  member’s employer on company headed paper confirming the injured  member’s basic net pay (stating weekly or monthly).   • If self-employed, a letter from the injured member’s Accountant on  company headed paper is required confirming the net basic earnings for  the three months prior to the injury. If the self employed claimant has no  accountant the relevant information must be submitted by their  solicitor/tax advisor. In addition, if a substitute worker has been employed a  Inter Club Transfar Forrm  letter from the Accountant on company headed paper confirming the cost  is required. If Claimant is related to employer proof of wages must be  supplied by the employer’s accountant.  • In all cases, Section D must be completed.  In accordance with instructions from Cumann Lúthchleas Gael all queries and correspondence relating to any claim must be made  through the Club Secretary and not directly with Willis.  In our experience correctly submitted VALID claims are settled quickly Delays are caused mainly by incomplete forms or missing documentation 

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