Accidental death and dismemberment insurance is a limited form of life insurance that pays benefits in the case of a death caused by an accident or receiving partial benefits if the covered lose a bodily appendage, loses their sight, or has permanent paralysis due to an accident.
An AD&D policy that includes the insured’s dependents, such as children or a spouse, into their insurance plan.
An AD&D benefit added to a group life insurance contract.
AD&D coverage that covers accidents and injuries that the insured experienced while participating in a sports activity.
An AD&D plan that is applied to students if they experienced the accident at school or at a school-sponsored activity.
A benefit provided through an employee insurance plan that provides AD&D protection for workers as they are traveling on company business.
An AD&D policy that is an elective benefit in an employee’s benefit plan.