Affordable OFW Insurance
Every Overseas Filipino Workers deserves protections
- For clients aged 21 to 55 years old.
- Must be in good health.
- Returning Overseas Filipino Workers ("Balik-Manggagawa") with valid employment contract and working visa/permit.
1 USD = 50.971 PHP
- Natural Death - this benefit provides the beneficiaries with at least $10,000 in case of the insured OFW’s death due to natural causes.
- Accidental Death - provides at least $15,000 to the beneficiaries in case of the Insured OFW’s death is resulting directly from accident.
- Permanent Total Disablement - provides at least $7,500 benefit to the insured OFW in case of disability during the duration of the OFW’s employment. The disability may either be due to accident or any health-related cause or sickness or ailment.
- Repatriation benefit - provides the actual cost of transportation (airfare only) of the OFW in case his/her employment is terminated by the employer without any valid cause, or by the OFW with just cause. In the event of death, this benefit shall provide arrangement and payment for the repatriation of the OFW’s remains and belongings.
- Subsistence Allowance - provides financial assistance of up to $100/month, not exceeding 6 months if the insured OFW is involved in a case or litigation for the protection of his/her rights in his country of employment.
- Money Claims Benefit - the settlement money or adjudged amount for the remaining months/years of employment contract from a case filed by an OFW against his/her recruitment agency with the National Labor Relations Commission (NLRC).
- Compassionate Visit - a benefit that allows one (1) family member or a requested individual to visit the insured OFW in case he/she is hospitalized in his country of employment and has been confined for least seven (7) days.
- Medical Evacuation - a benefit that provides the insured OFW the necessary transportation to another medical facility when an adequate medical facility is not available proximate to the migrant worker as determined by PLGIC’s physician and consulting physician.
- Medical Repatriation - a benefit that allows the OFW to go back to his residence under medical supervision as long as he/she is medically cleared to travel by commercial air.
|Number of Months||US Dollar||PHP|
|6||$ 20||Php 1,019.42|
|7||$ 23||Php 1,172.33|
|8||$ 27||Php 1,376.22|
|9||$ 30||Php 1,529.13|
|10||$ 33||Php 1,682.04|
|11||$ 37||Php 1,885.93|
|12||$ 40||Php 2,038.84|
|13||$ 43||Php 2,191.75|
|14||$ 47||Php 2,395.64|
|15||$ 50||Php 2,548.55|
|16||$ 53||Php 2,701.46|
|17||$ 57||Php 2,905.35|
|18||$ 60||Php 3,058.26|
|19||$ 63||Php 3,211.17|
|20||$ 67||Php 3,415.06|
|21||$ 70||Php 3,567.97|
|22||$ 73||Php 3,720.88|
|23||$ 77||Php 3,924.77|
|24||$ 80||Php 4,077.68|
|25||$ 83||Php 4,230.59|
|26||$ 87||Php 4,434.48|
|27||$ 90||Php 4,587.39|
|28||$ 93||Php 4,740.30|
|29||$ 97||Php 4,944.19|
|30||$ 100||Php 5,097.10|
|31||$ 103||Php 5,250.01|
|32||$ 107||Php 5,453.90|
|33||$ 110||Php 5,606.81|
|34||$ 113||Php 5,759.72|
|35||$ 117||Php 5,963.61|
|36||$ 120||Php 6,116.52|
|37||$ 123||Php 6,269.43|
|38||$ 127||Php 6,473.32|
|39||$ 130||Php 6,626.23|
|40||$ 133||Php 6,779.14|
|41||$ 137||Php 6,983.03|
|42||$ 140||Php 7,135.94|
|43||$ 143||Php 7,288.85|
|44||$ 147||Php 7,492.74|
|45||$ 150||Php 7,645.65|
|46||$ 153||Php 7,798.56|
|47||$ 157||Php 8,002.45|
|48||$ 160||Php 8,155.36|
OFW Balik Manggagawa insurance offers comprehensive coverage with the following benefits:
|BENEFITS||AMOUNT OF BENEFITS|
|Accidental Death||US $15,000.00|
|Natural Death||US $10,000.00|
Permanent Total Disablement
a. In case of Death
b. Termination of Employment
|Subsistence Benefit||US $100.00/month, not exceeding 6 months|
|Money Claims Benefit||US $1,000 max/mo. not exceeding 6 months|
|Compassionate Visit||Actual Cost|
|Medical Evacuation||Actual Cost|
|Medical Repatriation||Actual Cost|
- Accidental Death – refers to death resulting directly or independently from all other causes, from accidental bodily injuries.
- Natural Death - refers to death other than accidental causes.
- Permanent Total Disablement – disability where there is total complete loss of sight of both eyes; loss of two limbs at or above the ankles or wrists; permanent complete paralysis of two limbs; brain injury resulting to incurable imbecility or insanity. All such disabilities must be due to accident or by any health-related cause or sickness or ailment suffered during the duration of the migrant worker’s employment.
Service in the armed forces in any country or international authority, whether in peace or war, shall serve as the only exclusion to the limits of liability under this benefit.
- Repatriation cost of the worker when his/her employment is terminated by the employer without any valid cause, or by the employee with just cause, includes transport of his/her personal belongings. In case of death, the insurance provider shall arrange and pay for the repatriation of the worker’s remains and belongings. The insurance provider shall also render any assistance necessary in the transport, including but not limited to locating a local and licensed funeral home, mortuary or direct disposition facility to prepare the body for transport, completing all documentations, obtaining legal clearances, procuring consular services, providing death certificates, purchasing the minimally necessary casket or air transport container, as well as transporting the remains including retrieval from site of death and delivery to the receiving funeral home and back to the residence of the insured worker in the Philippines or to any place in the Philippines in accordance with the worker’s will, if there is any. The extent of the said benefits shall be regardless of the cost, the primary test of compliance being the complete repatriation of the worker or his/her remains, as the case may be, and his/her personal belongings.
- Subsistence allowance benefit - sum of money given to a migrant worker who is involved in a case or litigation for the protection of his/her rights in the receiving country.
- Money claims arising from the employer’s liability - claim that may be awarded or given to the worker in a judgment or settlement of his/her case in the NLRC. The insurance coverage for money claims shall be equivalent to at least three (3) months salaries for every year of the migrant worker’s employment contract, the maximum amount per month of which is One Thousand United States Dollars (US $1,000.00) or the amount of salary under the employment contract, whichever is lower. In case the amount of insurance coverage is insufficient to satisfy the amount adjudged or agreed upon, the recruitment/manning agency is liable to pay the balance thereof.
- Compassionate visit. When a migrant worker is hospitalized and has been confined or will be confined as determined by the attending physician and the insurance company physician for at least seven (7) consecutive days, he shall be entitled to a compassionate visit by one (1) family member or a requested individual. The insurance provider shall pay for the transportation cost of the family member or requested individual to the major airport closest to the place of hospitalization of the worker. It is, however, the responsibility of the family member or requested individual to meet all visa and travel document requirements. The extent of the said benefits shall be regardless of the cost, the primary test of compliance being the complete transport of the visitor from and back to the Philippines.
- Medical evacuation. When an adequate medical facility is not available proximate to the migrant worker, as determined by the insurance company’s physician and the consulting physician, evacuation under appropriate medical supervision by the mode of transport necessary shall be undertaken by the insurance provider. The extent of the said benefits shall be regardless of the cost, the primary test of compliance being the completion of the said medical evacuation.
- Medical repatriation. When medically necessary as determined by the insurance company physician and the consulting physician, repatriation under medical supervision to the migrant worker’s residence shall be undertaken by the insurance provider at such time that the migrant worker is medically cleared for travel by commercial carrier. If the period to receive medical clearance to travel exceeds fourteen (14) days from the date of discharge from the hospital, an alternative appropriate mode of transportation, such as air ambulance, may be arranged. Medical and non-medical escorts may be provided when necessary. The extent of the said benefits shall be regardless of the cost, the primary test of compliance being the complete repatriation of the migrant worker under medical supervision to his/her residence.
The above assistance benefits must be performed or paid immediately by the insurance provider. The insured migrant worker or his heirs should not be made to advance expenses.
The assistance benefits should be in force while the insured migrant worker is in the country of assignment for the duration of the policy.
- Account Name: Paramount Life and General Insurance Corporation
- Branch: Yakal - Chino Roces
- Account no. USD: 104280195393