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Categories: My cover , Car insurance

What does increased personal accident cover include?

We include personal accident cover as standard, up to the limit shown in your schedule. You can increase this limit by adding on our increased personal accident cover.

If the vehicle policyholder or their partner suffers accidental bodily injury in a claim, and the injury causes:

  • Death
  • Loss of sight
  • Permanent loss of hearing
  • Loss of any limb

We will pay out a lump sum of £40,000 for an individual policy and £20,000 per person for a joint policy. These limits are shown on your Policy Schedule.

You can add increased personal accident cover to your policy by following the steps below:

  • Log into your My account (opens in a new window).
  • Scroll down to "My policies" section.
  • Find the car insurance policy you wish to change and select "Change policy".
  • Select the option to "Change or add cover".
  • Select "Increased personal accident" and continue to make a payment.

Please note that this cover won't apply to any claims that have already happened.

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