Accidents Happen, but We Can Cover It
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Accidental injuries can occur anytime for employees and their dependents. Despite providing on the job protection, what happens if an employee is injured at home, at the gym or even on vacation? Your medical plan may cover the cost of stitches or a cast for a broken bone, but typically a deductible applies and the cost would be out of the employee’s pocket. With the number of emergency room visits for accidental injuries over 25 million per year and the cost to cover these accidents also rising, Group Accident Insurance complements your medical coverage by helping to ease the financial burden of an accident.
If you would like to provide an easy way for your employees to get reimbursed for these unexpected costs, contact your benefits consultant to discuss which Accident plan is right for your group.
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