Accidental Death Life Insurance

The chances of you being involved in a fatal accident are 1 in 1,700 according to the National Safety Council. The lifetime odds of dying in an automobile accident are about 1 in 491, based on data from the Insurance Information Institute.

If you have life insurance, your policy will cover you if you die in an accident. But what if you can’t get a life insurance policy because of your medical history or current health? There are many conditions that may cause you to be declined for coverage. What then?

Accidental Death life insurance covers you in the case of death resulting from an accident.

And the great thing about it is you don’t have to qualify medically. There aren’t even any medical questions on the application. Take a look at these benefits:

Additional benefits vary by company, but may include the following:

  • Coverage approved within 24 hours
  • No medical questions to answer
  • Coverage available from $50,000 - $500,000
  • Eligible ages are 18 - 70

Additional Benefits

Additional benefits vary by company, but may include the following:

Auto Safety Benefit - Pays an additional sum if riding as a passenger in an automobile while properly restrained by a seatbelt.

Travel Accident Benefit - Double the death benefit if traveling by public transit.

Spouse & Dependent Children Benefit - Spouse and children, can be added to the policy.

College Fund Benefit - Pays an additional benefit for each dependent child if you die in an accident.

Exclusions

Accidental Death insurance commonly excludes death by the following causes:

  • Natural Causes
  • Military Service
  • War
  • Suicide
  • Private Aviation
  • Felony
  • Drugs
  • Blood Alcohol