Are you worried that you may pass away from an accident during work or an activity you enjoy. An Accidental Death Insurance policy may ease your mind.
► Over 40 million are treated in hospital emergency rooms for trauma each year.
► Accidents are the #1 killer of people under 45
“Accidents or Unintentional Injuries,” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Last Updated March 2017, Web, Accessed July 2018 (https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/accidental-injury.htm)
What type of accidents are covered by Accidental Death Insurance?
Accidents involving work-related machinery, poisoning, falls, suffocation, choking, drowning, and fires are generally covered by an accidental death and dismemberment policy.
It also typically covers deaths that result from an accident that occurs while riding as a fare-paying passenger on a bus, train, airplane, ferry, taxi, or another common carrier.
A death must occur within a few months of the accident in order to be covered by the policy. Death or injury that is not directly the result of an accident is not covered.
Who needs an Accidental Death Policy?
► Individuals who have a high probability to get hurt or killed during work.
► Work Related – Truck drivers, Oil Field workers, electricians, security guards, convenience store employees, police, airplane pilots, construction workers, machine shop workers, warehouse workers, farmers, bus drivers, taxi drivers, delivery drivers, others.
► Activity related – Auto racing, Bicyclist, Motor Sports, travelers, RV travelers, other activities.
► Other – Individuals who have been denied Life Insurance due to illness, past medical history, and/or medications.
Why Accidental Death Insurance?
Because accidents happen when you least expect them. Even with health insurance, the extra expenses associated with an accidental death such as ambulance, air ambulance, emergency room, MRI, and other hospital expenses from an accidental death can really add up. Besides the human loss, add lost wages from work, high health deductibles, and because many Americans have less than $1,000 in their savings accounts. Many don’t have financial help during times like these, or even a life insurance policy or a funeral plan.
Accidental Death Insurance is affordable coverage, with an easy application process. Coverage is guaranteed so you cannot be turned down as long as you qualify based on your current age.
Who can get Accidental Death Insurance?
You can cover you, you + spouse, you + children, or family in one policy.
Individuals 18 yrs to 70 yrs old can apply for individual policies.
It’s an easy application, no medical exam required, no medical questions, very simple to qualify.
What if I Have Medical Problems?
Anyone can qualify for accidental death and dismemberment insurance even if you have pre-existing medical conditions. You cannot be turned down for coverage if you meet the age requirements.
How much coverage can I get with a Accidental Death Insurance policy?
Coverage amounts usually start at $50,000 up to $1,000,000
If you want more information or want to see rates or a quote, visit our Accidental Death Insurance page. In our Accidental Death Insurance page you can request a quote or see details of the plan.
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