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Frequently asked questions about Insurance

What all are covered in the basic Personal Accident Insurance?

Personal Accident Insurance policy provides financial protection to the insured against uncertainties such as – 

Accidental Death – In case of accidental death of the insured full sum assured is paid to the nominee  | Permanent Total Disability (PTD) – In case an accident results in permanent disabilities or lifelong total impairment such as loss of both the limbs, then a specified sum insured amount is paid to the policyholder. | Permanent Partial Disability (PPD) – for injuries resulting in permanent partial disabilities, a certain percentage (up to 100%) of the benefit is paid to the policy holder. | Temporary Total Disability (TTD) – If the insured suffers temporary total disabilities and is bed ridden or unable to work, then a weekly allowance to compensate for the loss of income is provided to the policy holder. The insured can also utilize this amount in case there is a loss of earnings.

What is insurance and what are it's major types?

Simply speaking, insurance is the means (a contract) by which risks of loss or damage can be shifted to another party (the insurer – obviously is generally an organisation, the insurance company) on payment of  a charge known as premium. The party whose risk is shifted to the insurer is known as the insured. Insurance is largely carried out in two ways –

  1. Social Insurance – Here, the government takes care of those who are subject to losses due to risk events.
  2. Voluntary Private Insurance – Here, individuals and groups can buy insurance from an insurance company.

Insurances are broadly divided into 2 types -

1. Life Insurance policies: Pure Term Insurance with or without return of premium, Non-linked Non-participating endowment insurance (including money back policies), Unit-linked insurance

2. Non-life insurance policies: Health insurance, Critical Illness insurance, Hospital cash policies, Motor insurance, Personal accident insurance, Travel insurance, Home insurance, Crop insurance etc.

Frequently Asked Questions

Personal Accident Insurance policy provides financial protection to the insured against uncertainties such as – 

Accidental Death – In case of accidental death of the insured full sum assured is paid to the nominee  | Permanent Total Disability (PTD) – In case an accident results in permanent disabilities or lifelong total impairment such as loss of both the limbs, then a specified sum insured amount is paid to the policyholder. | Permanent Partial Disability (PPD) – for injuries resulting in permanent partial disabilities, a certain percentage (up to 100%) of the benefit is paid to the policy holder. | Temporary Total Disability (TTD) – If the insured suffers temporary total disabilities and is bed ridden or unable to work, then a weekly allowance to compensate for the loss of income is provided to the policy holder. The insured can also utilize this amount in case there is a loss of earnings.

Simply speaking, insurance is the means (a contract) by which risks of loss or damage can be shifted to another party (the insurer – obviously is generally an organisation, the insurance company) on payment of  a charge known as premium. The party whose risk is shifted to the insurer is known as the insured. Insurance is largely carried out in two ways –

  1. Social Insurance – Here, the government takes care of those who are subject to losses due to risk events.
  2. Voluntary Private Insurance – Here, individuals and groups can buy insurance from an insurance company.

1. Life Insurance policies: Pure Term Insurance with or without return of premium, Non-linked Non-participating endowment insurance (including money back policies), Unit-linked insurance

2. Non-life insurance policies: Health insurance, Critical Illness insurance, Hospital cash policies, Motor insurance, Personal accident insurance, Travel insurance, Home insurance, Crop insurance etc.