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Protection for Accidental Death and Accidental Permanent Disability

Personal Liability

Medical Expense Reimbursement

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Table of benefits

Benefits Sum Insured (S$)
Section A
1. Accidental Death $150,000
2. Permanent Disablement due to Accident $150,000
a. Permanent Total Paralysis or complete insanity or injuries resulting in being permanently bedridden $150,000
b. Permanent Total Loss of sight of both eyes or use of both hands or both feet or combination of these $150,000
c. Permanent Total Loss of speech $150,000
d. Permanent Total Loss of hearing in both ears $150,000
e. Permanent Total Loss of sight of one eye or use of one limb $75,000
f. Permanent Total Loss of hearing in one ear $30,000
g. Permanent Total Loss of use of a shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, ankle or wrist $22,500
h. Permanent Total Loss of use or loss by amputation of:
i. One thumb $22,500
ii. One forefinger $15,000
iii. Any other finger or one big toe $7,500
iv. Any other toe $3,000
3. Medical Expense Reimbursement
(For any one accident) (Deductible of $200 applies, except for treatment by Traditional Chinese Medical Practitioner which is subject to a sub-limit of $100 per visit and $1,000 per accident)
Section B
1. Personal Liability
a. Accidental death or Bodily Injury to third party
b. Loss or damage to property
c. Legal costs and expenses of litigation recovered against you
d. Costs and expenses of legal defence incurred by you

We offer one standard premium rate for individuals between 8 and 70 years old.

Type Period of Insurance Premium Rate (S$)
Between 8 to 70 years old* 1-month $26
3-month $39
6-month $59
12-month $78

*Premiums are before any existing promotions/discounts

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Important Notes:

This product is covered under PPF Scheme.

This content is for reference only and is not a contract of insurance. Full details of the policy terms and conditions can be found in the policy contract.

Information is correct as at 20 January 2017.