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Group Accidental Death or Dismemberment Insurance

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Why AD&D?

Most employees will have life insurance either individually or as part of a group. Death by accident cannot be predicted, can occur at any age and is more distressing for loved ones. AD&D insurance benefits recognize this and are payable in addition to any other life or injury insurances.

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What is AD&D?

AD&D insurance is a low-cost way of increasing insurance benefits in the event of accidental death or dismemberment. A motoring accident would be a clear example, as would an accident at work with heavy machinery. In the case of death, the benefit would be paid in full and a fractional amount of the policy would be paid for the loss of a limb or sight.

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Coverage

Accidental death policies are not investment vehicles. Clients are protected while the policy is in force. Coverage may vary but most policies will include traffic accidents, homicide, heavy equipment accidents, drowning, falls and exposure. If you already have a Group Life Insurance scheme you can add AD&D. Options include Travel Accident (business trips) and individual election to include spouse and dependents.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does AD&D insurance include “the workplace”?

Yes, but it does not absolve you from your legal responsibility for the health and safety of your employees.

Why should I worry about AD&D?

Accidents are the fifth leading cause of death in the US and more than half of US citizens are reported not to have sufficient savings to meet unexpected expenses. AD&D insurance is a low-cost addition to your employee benefits package which responds to these concerns: it encourages loyalty and commitment.

Do all my employees have to join?

No, but as members of a group, those who do will do so on favorable terms and have the opportunity to include spouse and dependents.

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