Anyone can have an accident; you hear about it every day.
Would you be prepared? Accidental Death and Serious Injury Cover may be the solution.
It’s a form of life insurance that provides a lump sum cash payment when you have a serious accident that leads to an injury covered for by the policy.
Insurance companies that provide accidental death and serious injury cover have a variety of claims they cover. These usually include a range of accidental injuries that impair a person permanently or lead to their death. These may include;
- Deafness; or
- Total and Permanent Loss of Use of Two Limbs.
If you die or are permanently disabled as a result of the injuries you are covered for, your claim will be paid and the money can be used for whatever your dependents needs are, or to help you through convalescence and rehabilitation and support you for the remainder of your life.
Of the products that Choosi can directly arrange, cover usually commences at $50,000 and can be increased in most cases to $500,000.
Accidental Death and Serious Injury cover can be a very effective way to protect yourself, family and dependents in case of the unexpected.
Why have Accidental Death & Serious Injury Cover?
Even the healthiest of people can be involved in an accident that may result in death or a serious injury. It is not something we like to think about. Accidental Death and Serious Injury Cover can provide you with financial support in the form of a lump sum payout.
For peace of mind, it is important to make sure you and your family is financially protected. Accidental Death & Serious Injury Insurance gives you a financial contingency plan, for you and your family, against the ever present risk of serious accidents.
Accidents can happen to anyone. Are you covered if they happen to you?
Apply for cover with Choosi
Choosi offers accidental death and serious injury insurance policies from a range of insurance companies, so you can select one that suits your needs. Request a quote today!
These articles are provided as reference material to allow more informed decision making, but are not intended as being a complete source of information on any topic. All readers should make their own independent analysis on the topic to make sure they have considered the aspects that are important to them.