Complaints Complaints Handling Process
Once we have received your complaint, we undertake to try to acknowledge and resolve it within 14 days and provide a written answer to confirm this. In the case that we have not been able to resolve your complaint within that period of time, we will write to you providing an explanation for the delay and an estimate on when we expect to be able to respond fully to your complaint.
If you’re not happy with the decision
If you feel that we have not been able to resolve the matter to your satisfaction, you may have the right (subject to eligibility) to complain to the National Board for Consumer Complaints (Allmänna reklamationsnämnden)Allmänna reklamationsnämnden (ARN)
Tel: +46 (0)8 508 860 00
Box 174
101 23 Stockholm
Whether or not you make a complaint to us and/or refer your complaint to the National Board for Consumer Complaints, your statutory right to take legal action will not be affected. The competent court is the Swedish general courts.


Complaints Handling Contact Details – Nordic EEA Desk Please refer all complaints relating to the Nordic EEA Desk to the following email address, telephone number or postal address:
EEA Desk Complaints Manager
Mölndalsvägen 22,
412 63 Göteborg,

Business Type Trading Name Email for Complaints Switchboard
Retail Nordic t/a Gallagher +46 844 686 478
Nordic t/a Intasure
Nordic t/a Sunseeker Shield
Specialty Nordic t/a Gallagher European Risk Services +46 844 686 479
Nordic t/a Alesco Europe
Nordic t/a Blackwall Green Europe
Aerospace Nordic t/a Gallagher +46 844 686 477
MGA/Underwriting Nordic t/a Pen Underwriting +46 844 686 480
Nordic t/a Ptarmigan Underwriting
Nordic t/a Risk Management Partners Europe
Reinsurance Nordic t/a Gallagher Re +46 844 686 481
Nordic t/a Alesco DA Europe

Other adviceIf you’d like to discuss your case with an independent third party, you may find additional help and guidance through, for insurance related issues and/or the relevant municipal consumer guidance organisation.

If you have purchased the service online

The European Commission has established an Online Dispute Resolution Platform (ODR Platform) that is specifically designed to help EU consumers who have bought goods or services online from a trader based elsewhere in the EU and subsequently has a problem with that online purchase. The ODR platform will refer your complaint to the appropriate country adjudication service.