National Accident Protector FAQ

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Eligible age is from 16 years old to 60 years old (last entry age at 60 years old). Renewable up to age 65 years old.
Upon reaching aged 65, we will not invite for renewal.
Yes, as long as they have a valid employment pass or dependent's pass.
No, insured who are currently not working are not accepted for Weekly Benefit. This also applies to housewives, student and unemployed.
Yes, medical expenses including expenses incurred for Sinseh or Traditional Treatments bills are claimable. The maximum claimable is B$25.00 per treatment per visit, subject to a limit of B$250.00 per accident.
You will have to provide us with the details of your accident, such as when it happened, the cause of the accident and the medical treatment that you received. Our underwriters will access your condition and contact you on their decision.
Yes, you can. But in the case of Accidental Medical Expenses, we will only reimburse you up to the amount if you have not already been reimbursed under any other policy or from other insurance companies.
No, he can claim compensation on medical expenses for injury resulting from accidents only.
No, you can't. Oil rig workers are excluded occupation under this policy.
The following are excluded occupations which are not covered by the National Accident Protector: divers, police, army/military, law enforcement officers, aircraft testers, pilot or crew, seaman, sea fisherman, racing drivers, jockeys, oil rig workers, sawyers, timber logging workers, firemen, war correspondents, steeplejacks, stevedores, persons engaged in demolition of buildings, persons engaged in ambulance services, woodworking machinists, explosive handlers, underground tunneling and mining and professional sportsmen.