Accident Insurance FAQs
Yes, you can enroll both yourself and eligible family members. All you need to do is enroll during your enrollment period, and be actively at work.
Accidents can happen anytime, anywhere and always when you least expect them. What’s more they can be costly.
Even the best medical plans can leave you with expenses for services that just aren’t covered. Things like plan deductibles, copays, extra costs for out-of-network care, or non-covered services. Many people aren’t prepared to handle these costs, so having this additional financial support when the time comes may mean less worry for you and your family.
Yes. Your accident coverage is guaranteed1, regardless of your health. You just need to be actively at work to be covered. There are no medical exams to take and no health questions to answer, so the whole process might be easier than you first thought.
Payments will be paid directly to you, not to the doctors, hospitals or any other health care providers. And to make things even easier, the check is made payable to you. There’s no need to work it around any other insurance you may have. Benefits are paid no matter what your other insurance plans may cover.
Yes. This coverage is portable, meaning you can take it wherever you go. Your coverage will only end if you stop paying your premium or if your employer offers you similar coverage with a different insurance carrier.2
Yes, you can use your payment as you see fit. Use it to help cover your medical insurance deductibles, copays, household bills, and more.