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This is a guide on how to let Aviva Home Insurance know about a bereavement. Alternatively, you can use Life Ledger's free service to let Aviva and most other companies know about a death.

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Use Life Ledger

Life Ledger is a free, easy-to-use service that helps you tell over 1,000 companies in the UK, from one place about the death of a loved one. Simply click the link below to get started.
How to Report a Death to Aviva Home Insurance
Calling the team on 0800 092 5367
Post

Aviva, Claims Assessment Team, PO Box 520, Norwich, NR1 3WG.

What documentation will you need to tell Aviva Home Insurance of a death?

You will need the following information on hand to report a death to Aviva Home Insurance:

  • The original death certificate
  • Policy Number
  • Type of Claim – A Death Claim
  • Name of the Deceased
  • Address of the Deceased
  • Date of Birth of the Deceased
  • Date of Death of the Deceased
  • Cause of Death (stated on the certificate)
  • And lastly, your personal details

What Happens Next?

Once you have notified Aviva Home Insurance of the death a representative will let you know of the next steps. Should they require more information, they will let you know.

Who you can notify with Life Ledger

Life Ledger is free to send death notifications

What you need

The deceased’s:
Date of Birth
Date of Death
Full name and usual address
Death certificate or interim death certificate (scan or photograph)

From you:
A piece of photographic ID, such as a passport of driving licence, to upload and verify your identity. (scan or photograph)

About Life Ledger

A free, easy-to-use service that helps you tell over 1,000 companies in the UK, from one place about the death of a loved one. Simply click the link below to get started.

Life Ledger is free to send death notifications

Who you can notify with Life Ledger

What you need

The deceased’s:
Date of Birth
Date of Death
Full name and usual address
Death certificate or interim death certificate (scan or photograph)

From you:
A piece of photographic ID, such as a passport of driving licence, to upload and verify your identity. (scan or photograph)

About Life Ledger

A free, easy-to-use service that helps you tell over 1,000 companies in the UK, from one place about the death of a loved one. Simply click the link below to get started.

Who you can notify with Life Ledger

Life Ledger is free to send death notifications

Who you can notify with Life Ledger

What you need

The deceased’s:
  • Date of Birth
  • Date of Death
  • Full name and usual address
  • Death certificate or interim death certificate (scan or photograph)
  • From you:
  • A piece of photographic ID, such as a passport of driving licence, to upload and verify your identity. (scan or photograph)

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