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What is accidental death and dismemberment insurance?


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In insurance, accidental death and dismemberment is a policy that pays benefits to the beneficiary if the cause of death is an accident. This is a limited form of life insurance which is generally less expensive, or in some cases is an added benefit to an existing life insurance policy.

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What is Considered Accidental Death? Insurance companies define accidental death as an event that strictly occurs as a result of an accident. Deaths from car

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Accidental death and dismemberment (AD&D) insurance is usually a rider to a health insurance or life insurance policy. The rider covers the unintentional death or dismemberment of the insured. Dismemberment includes the loss—or the loss of use—of body parts or functions (e.g., limbs, speech, eyesight, and hearing).

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