What does AD&D mean? What does AD&D insurance cover?

AD&D or Accidental Death and Dismemberment are the insurance benefits paid out if one or more of the following occur:

- the accident results in death

- the accidental loss of hands, feet, eyesight, speech, hearing, etc.

Review the benefit details for a particular insurance policy for details of limits.

AD&D Insurance Beneficiary :

In the event of the death of the insured person, the beneficiary is the assigned person who will receive the death benefits as stated in the policy. It is recommended to assign a beneficiary who is not accompanying the policy holder while he/she is traveling.

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