The Following Benefits Are Payable In Addition To Any Other Benefits Received Under the Plan Provided the Member is Under Age 70
Common Carrier Benefit
If a covered loss occurs as a result of an accident while a passenger on a licensed common carrier (train, bus, etc.), an additional $25,000 benefit will be payable.
If a covered accidental death occurs outside of the insured person’s state of residence, an additional benefit equalling the actual expenses incurred will be paid for the preparation and transportation of the body to the place of burial or cremation. The benefit will not exceed the lesser of $25,000 or 25% of the principal sum.
Rehabilitation training can help an insured person return to former productivity following an accident. This benefit may be paid for a covered loss other than loss of life. The amount paid will equal the actual expenses incurred for rehabilitation training. This benefit will not exceed the lesser of $10,000 or 10% of the principal sum. The expense must be incurred within two years after the date of the accident.
Seat Belt Benefit
If an insured person is involved in an automobile accident in which he/she was properly wearing a seatbelt, and dies within 365 days as a result of that accident, the beneficiary can receive an additional amount which is the lesser of $50,000 or 50% of the Principal Sum payable. Please refer to the Certificate of Insurance for certain limitations and conditions on this benefit.
If the benefit for loss of life is payable with respect to the insured member, and his/her dependents are covered by this Plan on the date of the accident, this Plan will pay an education benefit equal to the lesser of 2% of the member's Principal Sum payable or $2,500 per year or the actual amount of the tuition charge for 1 year. This benefit will be payable up to four years, for each insured dependent who is enrolled (or enrolls within 365 days of the accident) as a full-time student at an institution of higher learning (college, university or trade school). In addition, if no insured spouse or child qualifies for this benefit following the covered loss of the member's life, a lump sum benefit equal to 2% of the member's principal amount will be payable.
Spouse Critical Period
If either the insured member or insured spouse dies as a result of a covered accident, the survivor will receive additional monthly payments equal to 1% of the member's Principal Sum. These payments will be made until the earlier of six months or the survivor's death.
Adaptive Home/Auto Benefit
If a covered loss (other than loss of life) results in a physical disability, and, because of that disability, an insured person incurs expenses necessary to modify his/her home and/or car, a benefit amount equal to the lesser of 5% of the Principal Sum or $5,000 is payable. Please refer to the Certificate of Insurance for certain limitations and conditions on this benefit.
If a covered loss causes an insured to suffer a disfigurement due to burns, covering at least 5% of the body, an additional benefit equal to the lesser of 10% of the Principal Sum or $30,000 will be payable.
Day Care Benefit
If the insured Member's death results from a covered loss and his or her children, under age 13, are enrolled in a Day Care program at the time of the loss (proof of enrollment is required; details will be found in your Certificate of Insurance), a benefit equal to the lesser of 5% of the Member's Principal Sum, or $2,500, or the actual Day Care costs for one year, is payable. The benefit is paid each year for each child who qualifies, except that no more than four Day Care Benefits will be paid for each such child. If the insured Member has no child eligible for this benefit at the time of the covered loss, a benefit of $500 will be paid.
If an insured's death is the result of a covered accident and that insured's elderly relative (other than a spouse) was dependent on the insured for support and maintenance, a benefit equal to the lesser of 5% of the Principal Sum or $5,000 will be payable.
If both the insured member and spouse die within one year of same or separate accidents that occurred within the same 24-hour period, in addition to the benefit payable for loss of life for each, the insured spouse benefit amount for loss of life will be increased to 100% of the member's Principal Sum if the member and spouse are survived by one or more eligible children and the combined member and spouse Principal Sums do not exceed $500,000.
Only The Following Benefit Is Payable At Member Age 70 and After
Common Carrier Travel Accident Benefit
When the insured Member reaches Age 70, coverage is converted to Common Carrier Travel Accident Insurance only. A benefit is payable for a covered loss which is the result of an accident while traveling as a passenger in a common carrier (such as a train, bus, aircraft) properly licensed and operated for that purpose. Any Principal Sum in excess of $100,000 will be reduced to $100,000.