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Personal Accident and Critical Illness Health Cover for members of FLURISH only Benefits you receive under the membership Personal Accident (Fixed benefit) Covers Benefits Sum insured Rs 10L Accidental Death 100% of SI Permanent Total Disability (PTD) 100% of SI Permanent Partial Disability (PPD) As per PPD annexure Temporary Total Disability (TTD) Rs 3, 000/- per week for a maximum up to 54 weeks (only for salaried individual) Accidental medical expenses 10% of CSI OR 25% of admissible PA claim OR Actual expense, whichever is less Ambulance charges Actuals up to Rs 1, 000 Dead body transportation + Funeral expenses Actuals up to Rs 2, 500 Cost of clothing Actuals up to Rs 1, 000 Critical Illness Health Cover (Indemnity basis) Covers Benefits Sum insured Rs 5L (indemnity) Illnesses covered 15 illnesses (refer to the list below) Initial Waiting period 100 days Survival period 0 days Pre-existing diseases (PED) covered After 4 years of continuous renewal Exclusions Once a claim is made against a critical illness, that illness ceases to be covered under the policy Critical Illnesses covered (15 illnesses) 1. Heart Attack 6. Liver Transplant 11. Heart Valve Replacement 2. Stroke 7. Lung Transplant 12. Coma 3. Coronary Artery Disease Requiring Surgery 8. Heart Transplant 13. Motor Neurone Disease 4. Cancer 9. Pancrease Transplant 14. Major Head Trauma 5. Kidney Transplant 10. Paralysis / Paraplegia 15. Aplastic Anaemia Eligibility CriteriaTenure 1 year Cover Type Individual (Family floater not applicable) Age 18 to 65 years Medical checkup No medical checkup required. Full medical history disclosure is mandatory. Claim payment method Cashless (within network)/Reimbursement For more information about its call us
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TERM INSURANCE Features and Benefits of Term Insurance:Flexible Payment Options:Term insurance policies offer flexible premium payment options, allowing policyholders to choose a payment plan based on their convenience. Premiums can be either limited pay, single pay or regular pay plans. Policyholders who choose limited or regular pay plans can pay their premiums either monthly, quarterly, half-yearly or annually.High Sum Assured for Low Premiums:Term insurance premiums are some of the lowest in the insurance sector, allowing for a prudent and relatively inexpensive way to safeguard the policyholder’s dependents in case of untimely demise. The Sum Assured associated with term insurance plans are also relatively high when compared to the premium amounts. Regular plans as well as TROP plans offer as much as 105% return on premiums paid as a benefit upon maturity.Choice of Plan:A number of insurers offer policyholders a choice when it comes to the type of plan they wish to opt for. Policyholders can choose between single or joint life plans, depending on their need. They can thus choose to extend coverage for dependent spouses or choose a plan exclusively for the breadwinner of the family.Death Benefit:On the death of the policyholder during the policy term, his/her dependents stand to receive the amount chosen at the time of choosing the policy. The amount would depend on the term plan, with the amount increasing, decreasing or remaining the same irrespective of at what juncture of the policy tenure the policyholder’s death occurs.Tax Benefits:Policyholders can claim tax exemptions under various sections by virtue of opting for a term insurance policy. Tax exemptions can be got under section 80C of the Income Tax Act on premium amounts.Policyholders can also claim exemptions under Section 10 (10D) of the Income Tax Act for benefits received through insurance policies.Survival Benefits:While a regular term insurance plan does not have any survival benefits, a number of insurers have designed plans that also offer survival benefits in the form of premium refunds on maturity.On maturity of the policy, surviving policyholders stand to receive benefits under a TROP policy only. In the case of a TROP policy, the policyholder will receive the premium amount paid over the policy tenure as one lump sum.Add-on Benefits:A number of individuals have begun to opt for add-on features to their regular term insurance policies. These add-on plans will push up the price of the premium being paid but provide additional benefits in case of accidental death, critical illness, total and permanent disability benefit etc.
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