AA Accident Claim Assist

We’ll help you lodge a claim with the RAF – so you get the payout you deserve.

Get 100% of the payout
Quick, efficient administrative support
No commission payable

The aftermath of an accident is an incredibly stressful time

Whether you’re driving, are a passenger in someone else’s car or a pedestrian on the road, accidents can happen – which can involve injuries, hospital visits or even a loss of life. With our Added Value for Accidents service, we’ll help you lodge a Road Accident Fund (RAF) claim, ensuring you receive the compensation you deserve. You can then use this amount to cover things like medical bills, loss of income or funeral expenses.

With Added Value for Accidents, there are no additional costs to you or lawyers involved, and we’ll handle the paperwork from start to finish – so you can focus on what matters most.

Who can claim:

  • Any AA Member that has subscribed to Added Value for Accidents* that has been injured because of a negligent driver
  • The spouse or dependant of a deceased victim
  • A close relative of the deceased, in terms of funeral expenses

*Any claimant under the age of 18 must be assisted by a parent or legal guardian.

What you can claim for:

  • Past and future hospital and medical expenses
  • Past and future loss of income or earnings
  • Past and future loss of support for dependants of a deceased or disabled victim
  • General damages for pain, suffering and disfigurement in terms of bodily injury
  • Necessary funeral expenses


Monthly Subscription

Annual Subscription

AA Accident Claim Assist

R 46.00

R 500.00

What you get

  • Medical and legal administrative support at a time when you need it most
  • Convenient, hassle-free administration and claims management, so you receive the full road accident fund claim amounts you’re owed
  • Rapid turnaround times with regular progress reports on the status of your Road Accident Fund claim
  • 100% of all RAF compensation paid out to you, with no additional costs


Thanks AA for helping me today.‎

Aveshni Naicker