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Group Personal Accident and Sickness

Safeguard your employees and your business against the financial consequences of accidental injury or illness.

Your employees are your most valuable asset, so it makes sense to safeguard their health and livelihood, as well as your business. AHI’s Group Personal Accident and Sickness policy is carefully designed to offer protection against financial loss due to death, disablement or injury.
In the case of an accident or illness that prevents a return to work, our policy can pay a weekly benefit to help cover lost income. Or in the case of disablement or death, pay a lump-sum benefit.
It can be offered as a direct benefit to employees, or be used to protect your company against financial losses during employee downtime.
It’s also suitable for other groups, such as industry associations and membership organisations.

Why AHI?

When you choose AHI, you get an expert team of specialists dedicated to protecting what matters most to you, who will work around the clock to support you if trouble should strike. It’s the AHI advantage.

  • Our underwriting and claims performance standards are externally focused and written with your needs in mind.
  • We audit our work against our performance to ensure we’re delivering you the best possible service.
  • Our products have broader scope to suit some of the most unique needs.
  • We are a member of the Tokio Marine Group so you know you're in the safe hands of one of the world's largest insurers.

Policy Features

  • 24-hour worldwide cover option. Protect what matters most with global cover, 24 hours a day, seven days a
    week.

  • Lump sum benefit. If the unthinkable should happen, you’re protected against financial loss for accidental death or permanent disability with a lump sum payment.

  • Weekly benefits payment. Ongoing weekly payments for up to two years (104 weeks) after the accident or illness.

    *Refer to policy wordings for all terms, conditions and waiting periods

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