IPPB Group Accident Gaud Policy (GAG)I IPPB Tata AIG Group Accident Gaud Policy – ​​​​​​Mr. Information







IPPB Group Accident Gaud Policy (GAG)I IPPB Tata AIG Group Accident Gaud Policy A new Group Accident Guard Policy product (General Insurance) will be launched and enabled in IPPB micro-atm from June 16, 2022. This is a very good insurance scheme for all IPPB customers. Insurance coverage of Rs 10 lakh for only {399 including tax. Plus a lot of extra benefits. Please go through the above pamphlet and the video for the login procedure once. Request all micro atm end users to publish this product and have at least 1 policy and be activated.

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IPPB Group Accident Gaud Policy (GAG)I IPPB Tata AIG Group Accident Gaud Policy

  • Key Features of IPPB TATA AIG Group Accident Guard Policy:
  • Accidental Death Coverage of Rs.10,00,000
  • Permanent Total Disability Coverage of Rs.10,00,000
  • Permanent Partial Disability Coverage of Rs.10,00,000
  • Accidental Mutilation and Paralysis Coverage of Rs.10,00,000
  • Unintentional Medical Expenses IPD Set up to Rs.60,000 or actual claims, whichever is lower
  • After-tax premium Rs.399
  • Accidental Death Coverage of Rs.10,00,000/-
  • Permanent Total Disability Coverage of Rs.10,00,000/-
  • Permanent Partial Disability Coverage of Rs.10,00,000/-
  • After-tax premium Rs.399
  • Accidental Medical Expenses OPD
  • Fixed up to Rs.30,000/- or actual claims, whichever is lower
  • Educational advantage
  • 10% of SI or Rs.1,00,000/- or actual, whichever is lower for up to 2 eligible children
  • Daily cash in the hospital
  • Rs.1,000 per day up to 10 days (1 day deductible)
  • family transport
  • Benefits 25,000/- or actual, whichever is lower
  • Last Rites Benefit 5,000/- or actual, whichever is lower
  • Accidental Mutilation and Paralysis Coverage of Rs.10,000,000/-
  • Contingency Medical Expenses IPD Fixed up to Rs.60,000/- or actual claims whichever is lower
  • Contingency Medical Expenses OPD Fixed up to Rs.30,000/- or actual claims, whichever is less