How to declare your claim
You must obtain a police report as this is required by law to process your claim. This is also required by the workshop to carry out the repairs on your vehicle.....
2. What documents do I require to report a claim?
- Original police report;
- Copy of the registration card of the vehicle;
- Copy of the driving license of the driver at the time of the accident.
3. How to report a claim?
You no longer need to come to the AXA office to report a claim. You simply have to call the AXA Motor Claims toll free number 800 116 4845 to open your claim.
We will record details of the incident and advise you of the next steps.
Please remember it is important that you report any accident /damage to your vehicle first to police and then to us immediately.
Once the claim is opened, you will receive an SMS with a claim reference number and the contact details of a garage appropriate to the type of policy & the insured vehicle.
4. How is my No-claims Discount affected when the accident/damage to my vehicle is not my fault?
If you have comprehensive cover, we will repair your vehicle in accordance with the terms of your policy.
Where the "at fault third party” is known, we will then seek to recover our costs from the person at fault and no excess is payable on recoverable claims. Your No-claims Discount will not be affected by this claim.
Where the at fault third party is not known, your No-claims Discount may be affected because we cannot recover the cost of your claim.
5. Which garages will you use to repair my vehicle?
If you have selected Agency Repairs then your vehicle will be repaired at the vehicle’s authorized dealership. Otherwise AXA will select one of its own authorized repairers. We only use garages that adhere to our strict quality controls. Garages must have experienced qualified personnel and access to sophisticated repair equipment. For this reason we are able to offer a 12-month guarantee on repairs carried out at non-agency garages.
6. Why am I charged with multiple excess?
The Policy excess is applicable to any non-recoverable claim. This is specified in your policy schedule.
In the event that you report multiple claims at the same time, a separate excess for each claim / event may be applied by AXA. Examples of multiple claims include scratches and dents to the vehicle which cannot clearly be attributed to one single event.
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How to declare your claim
At your option we will indemnify you by replacement reinstatement repair or payment where we are able to replace the property payment will be limited to the cost of replacement by our preferred supplier.
Contents and Personal Belongings (Sections 1, 2 & 3)
The total amount payable by us in respect of loss or damage under Sections 1, 2 & 3 arising out of one occurrence shall not exceed the sum(s) insured.
The sum(s) insured will not be reduced by the amount of any claim payment unless stated otherwise in any cover.
In respect of valuables
- No one item shall be deemed of greater value than the Valuables Single Article Limit unless insured as a separate item.
- In respect of Sections 1 & 2, the total value of Valuables shall not exceed one third of the total sum insured by these Section unless otherwise stated in the Schedule.
Wear and tear
- In setting claims for total loss or damage beyond economic repair there will be no deduction for wear tear and depreciation except for:
- Any claim in respect of clothing household linen and pedal cycles.
- Any claim resulting from accidental damage to radio receivers television sets and games recording and audio equipment computers and carpets all more than 5 years old.
- In respect of property not belonging to you or your domestic helper a deduction for wear tear and depreciation will be made unless you or they are legally responsible for the cost of replacement as new under the terms of an agreement.
- We will not pay for the cost of replacing any undamaged items forming part of a matching set or articles or suite of furniture. Where carpeting is damaged beyond repair only the damaged carpet will be replaced and not undamaged carpet in adjoining rooms.
- If any claim arises for loss of or damage to an article constituting one of an insured pair no regard shall be had to any special value as such and the amount payable under this Policy shall be calculated as though the article had been separately insured at pro-rata of the value of the pair or set.
An amount of BHD/OMR 25 or AED/SAR 250 will be deducted from any claim under each of the Sections 1, 2 and 3 of the Policy unless a specific excess has been mentioned for any cover or in the Schedule. Only one Excess may apply in the event of a claim under more than one item arising out of the same occurrence at the same time.
Any article exceeding single article limit
Proof of value will be required when making a claim for an item valued in excess of the Single Article Limit. We recommended that you retain copies of receipts, valuations, photographs, instructions booklets and guarantee cards to assist in the event of a claim.
Buildings (Sections 4 & 5)
At our option we will indemnify you by payment reinstatement replacement or repair. However we will not pay any reduction in the market value of the Home resulting from reinstatement.
ExcessAn amount of BHD/OMR 100 or AED/SAR 1000 will be deducted from any claim under Sections 4 and 5 of the Policy. Only one excess will apply in the event of a claim under more than one item arising out of the same occurrence at the same time.
How to declare your claim
You must notify us in respect of the Medical Claim for Section A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J, and K – immediately after occurrence of any event the consequence of which could result in a claim, you or any other person acting on your behalf should contact as soon as possible the Alarm Centre in order to receive our prior approval and indication on the procedure to follow.
Contact AXA +441 892 55 6767 - 24 hours a day, 7 days week
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Please refer to terms and condition for complete details and other additional local numbers for claims.
You should state:
- Your family name and first name
- The name of the insurance company (AXA Gulf Insurance) as well as the insurance policy number and period of insurance
- The date of entry in the visited country
- The Name, address and telephone number of the Medical Centre to which the Insured Person has been admitted
- The name and address of the Medical Practitioner in charge of the Insured Person
- A Brief description of the problems encountered.
For all other Sections L, M, N, O, P, Q & R, kindly contact our offices on the below mentioned numbers as soon as possible, but not later than 31 days of the end of the Trip.
Theft claims you must provide written proof from the police that the incident has been reported.
Baggage delay claim you should get a letter /report from the airline confirming the delay and delivery dated and time of baggage.
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The Online Claims Portal provides ease of access for you to submit, track and manage your reimbursement claims easily from anywhere in the world.
Please note: you must keep a copy of all originals of claims submitted on line for at least 12 months as from time to time we may request these from you.
1. How to SUBMIT A NEW CLAIM?
You can submit a new claim directly to AXA by uploading all of your claims documents allowing us to settle your claims within 15 working days.
For all claims submitted on line you can choose how you would like to be notified on the progress of a claim with AXA. You can choose to be notified via SMS or Email or both.
Please be aware that there is a maximum capacity for claims submitted on line, please ensure the files you are uploading are less than 1MB in size.
2. How to FOLLOW A CLAIM?
You can generate and print your claims report as soon as the claim is processed by AXA helping you to understand the amount reimbursed by AXA.
3. How to resubmit additional details?
If for any reason AXA requires further information to process your claim you will be notified in the way you choose. You can then resubmit the information on line ensuring the claim is processed as quickly as possible.
4. What do I need before using the online claims portal?
Before you start it is helpful to have all of the correct documents and information below so you can upload or follow your claims.
Policy Number & Membership Number – both can be found on your AXA Membership Card.
A fully completed claim form – ensure that this has been stamped and signed by the treating doctor and also signed by you.
All invoices related to the claim together with proof of payment i.e. receipts/ paid stamp.
Any supporting documents you may have been provided with by the hospital/treating practitioner i.e.
- Medical Reports
- Laboratory Test Results
- Ultrasound Reports
- Referral Letter
If in doubt, ensure you upload all documents you have received from the medical provider. This will ensure we have as much information as possible to process your claim quickly and will reduce the need to request further information.
To Track/ Manage a claim you will need the reference number provided to you by SMS/Email when you submitted the claim.
5. How to use the portal?
The Online Claims Portal is quick and easy to use, each step provides you with helpful hints at each stage wherever you see this sign you can click to understand what is required in this section
You are also able to submit multiple claims and invoices in one step.