Max Bupa Personal Accident
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Max Bupa Personal Accident

Max Bupa Health Insurance Company Limited is a health insurance company headquartered in New Delhi, India. It started as a joint venture between True North and Bupa, a leading global expert in health insurance. Max Bupa offers a long list of insurance plans in the healthcare segment to offer maximum comfort to its customers.

It is no wonder that accidents can take place anytime and anywhere. For this, Max Bupa has come up with a Max Bupa Personal Accident insurance that offers protection to the insured and the family members in case of a financial crisis caused by the accident.

Max Bupa Personal Accident Insurance

Max Bupa sells personal accident insurance in the name of 'AccidentCare'. This plan offers compensation against accidental death, permanent total disability, permanent partial disability, and other benefits to the insured and his/her family.

Features of Max Bupa AccidentCare Insurance

Mentioned below are some of the important features of Max Bupa AccidentCare Insurance:

  • The policyholder can avail 5% of SI or 50,000 (SI under 25 lakhs) or 5,00,000 (SI over 25 lakhs) for a child's education in case of his/her accidental death or permanent total disability.
  • The coverage starts from Rs.5 lakhs to Rs.2 crore.
  • You can avail of a discount on your premium if you purchase a policy for two or three years.
  • The insurance policy offers worldwide coverage at all Max Bupa associated network hospitals.
  • Funeral expenses of the insured are covered up to ₹ 5,000 (SI under 25 lakhs) and ₹ 50,000 (SI over 25 lakhs).
  • The minimum policy premium starts from Rs.6,444/year.
  • If the insured is a victim of permanent total disability due to an accident, the insurer will pay 125% of the sum insured.

Eligibility Criteria

Entry Age

Adults: 18-65 years

Dependent Children: 2-21 years

Policy Tenure

1/2/3 years

Free Look Period

Yes

**Last Updated on 19-11-2020

How can I buy Max Bupa AccidentCare Insurance online?

Mentioned below are the steps required to purchase Max Bupa AccidentCare online:

Step 1: Visit the official website of Max Bupa Health Company.

Step 2: Click 'All Health Plans' and select 'Accident Care'.

Step 3: Enter your name under the 'Get Quick Quote' tab and click 'Next'.

Step 4: Enter your mobile number and click 'Next.

Step 5: Enter the details required and find the best quotes as per your choice.

Step 6: Make the premium payment and get your insurance policy on your registered email id/ mobile number.

How can I claim for Max Bupa AccidentCare Insurance?

Given below is the step-to-step guide to file a claim for Max Bupa AccidentCare:

Step 1: Visit the official website of Max Bupa Health Company.

Step 2: Click 'Claim' and then click on 'Online Claim Submission'.

Step 3: Enter your Policy Number and Date of Birth and click on 'Submit'.

Step 4: Follow the process and submit all the documents required.

Step 5: The concerned authority will scrutinize the documents as per the insurance policy.

Step 6: Post verification, the insurance company will release the payment into the registered bank account.

What is the renewal process of Max Bupa AccidentCare Insurance?

Mentioned below are the steps required for Max Bupa AccidentCare renewal:

Step 1: Visit the official website of Max Bupa Health Company.

Step 2: Click on the 'Renew' tab.

Step 3: Enter the details and click on 'Submit'.

Step 4: Check your premium and make the payment.

Step 5: A new policy kit will be emailed to you soon.

Frequently Asked Questions

Policyholders can call the toll-free number (1860-3010-3333) for filing claims, queries, and complaints.

Yes, you can avail of the Max Bupa AccidentCare insurance on an individual and family floater basis.

The following situations are not covered in the Max Bupa AccidentCare policy-

  • Intentional self-injury, suicide, or attempted suicide.
  • Loss caused due to the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs.
  • Loss caused by venereal disease or insanity.
  • Death or injury due to war, invasion, the act of a foreign enemy, hostilities, or civil war.

Last updated on 19-11-2020