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ICWI Jamaica Launches Accident Alert BlackBerry App

The Insurance Company of  the West Indies (ICWI) recently launched an Application for the BlackBerry smartphone called ‘Accident Alert.’

Purpose

Accident Alert facilitates a seamless and simple method of  helping clients to call for help, get roadside assistance, as well as record essential details about an accident, in order to ensure that their claims are handled quickly and in a fair manner.

The Application allows Clients to:

  • Report a claim as it happens.
  • Snap and save accident photos.
  • Record important information about all involved in the accident, for example the other driver, witnesses, any injuries received as well as other pertinent details.
  • Call119 at the press of a button for assistance from Emergency Services.
  • At one click, gain access to ICWI’s 24 hour Road Emergency & Accident Control Team.
  • Find contact details for all ICWI locations islandwide.

Accident Alert is a product resulting from a collaboration between ICWI and telecoms company, LIME. For further information or to download the App you may visit www.icwi.com/accidentalert.

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Roger Davis is a Visual & Interaction Designer from the Isle of Springs, otherwise known as Jamaica. He's passionate about Human-centered Design and is known to have a healthy obsession with all things interactive such as robots, websites and portable electronic devices. You can follow him on twitter or check out his Blog where he writes about Design along with other crazy things.

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4 Responses to "ICWI Jamaica Launches Accident Alert BlackBerry App"

  1. Corve says:

    Great move by a local company.

  2. Kelroy says:

    I hope there are plans for other platforms in the near future

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