Accidents can slam your wallet too.
Even with medical coverage, your costs related to an accident can be hefty. Depending on the injury, you may be faced with copays, deductibles, hospital charges, transportation fees, and lodging expenses.
Accident insurance pays a benefit in the event you or a family member covered under this plan is in an accident. Accident insurance is not a replacement for medical coverage. And, unlike AD&D coverage, accident insurance does not require death or serious injury for you to be eligible for a benefit.
To learn more, go to Aon Benefits Link at aonbenefits.com/link > Voluntary Benefits > Accident Insurance.
Things to Consider
When deciding whether to enroll in accident insurance, be sure to consider the following:
Cost per Paycheck
The cost of coverage is based on who you cover. You’ll be able to see the cost per paycheck when you enroll through UPoint at upoint.aon.com.
Your and Your Family’s Needs
Does your family lead an active lifestyle? Have you or an eligible family member suffered financial loss resulting from an accident? If you answered "yes" to either question, having accident insurance could give you peace of mind.
Consider how accident insurance could fit in with other coverage for which you might enroll.