Unforeseen accidents or illnesses can put you out of work for a period of time. If the accident or illness prevents you from performing your usual work for at least 30 consecutive days,this plan will support you with a monthly allowance to help you get back on your feet and back to work.
FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR EARLY STAGES OF CANCER/HEART DISEASE
You will also receive a monthly allowance if you are diagnosed with early-stage cancer or a heart-related disease that's in its early stages to help you cope with your day-to-day needs.
COVER ON CRITICAL ILLNESS OR ACCIDENTAL DISABLEMENT
If you are diagnosed with a critical illness or lose a part of your body due to an accident, we will provide you a lump sum payment to ease your financial burden and allow you to focus on your recovery.
Insurance Lingo Explained
What does early stage mean?
In a typical critical illness plan, insurers shall only pay you the benefits if the disease is considered as life threatening.
AIA understands that while certain diseases may not be considered as life threatening, they can have life changing impacts. That is why AIA also covers early stage of illnesses to allow you to focus on your recovery and bounce back to health to pursue your dreams.
What does critical illness mean?
Critical illness refers to life-threatening condition which is defined in your policy contract.
What does accidental dismemberment mean?
This means becoming disabled after losing a part of your body in an accident.
What does lump sum mean?
This is a single, large claim payment.
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