The benefits of Personal Accident Insurance

AXA Philippines' Personal Accident Insurance provides you or your chosen beneficiary with security through monetary compensation should something happen to you.
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Personal Accident Insurance covers the following:

Accidental Death

When injury results in loss of life of the insured within twelve (12) months after the date of the accident, the insured will get the principal sum of PhP 50,000.00.

Permanent Disablement

When injury does not result in loss of life within twelve (12) months after the occurrence of the accident, but does result in any of the following losses, AXA Philippines will pay the equivalent as stated below:

How to Make a Claim

  1. Make the event known to the branch where the card was purchased.
  2. In case of accidental death, notice to AXA Philippines must be given immediately. For all other covered events, notice must be given within 30 days.
  3. Submit the requirements to the branch coordinator and completely fill out the form to be given by the branch representative.
  4. Once approved, you will be notified by the branch representative to claim the check at the respective branch

Claim Requirements

Accidental Death Claim
  1. Attending Physician Statement or Medical Certificate (original or Certified True Copy/CTC)
  2. Police Investigation Report and Statement of Witnesses (original or CTC)
  3. Birth Certificate (original or CTC) – insured/victim
  4. Death Certificate (NSO certified) – insured/victim
  5. Autopsy Report – if available (original or CTC)
  6. Marriage Contract (original or NSO certified)
  7. Two (2) Government Issued IDs
Permanent Disablement
  1. Personal Accident Claim Report Form – duly accomplished and signed
  2. Attending Physician Statement or Medical Certificate (original or CTC)
  3. Police Investigation Report and State of Witnesses (original or CTC)
  4. Birth Certificate (original or CTC)
  5. Official Receipts – for additional medical expenses (original copy)
  6. Hospital Records – for amputation and operation performed by attending physician
  7. Picture of Amputated/Affected Body Part/s of the Victim
    7.1. Whole Body
    7.2. Close shot of the affected body parts
  8. Two (2) Government Issued IDs