If you live in the UK and are aged 18 to 69, you're guaranteed to be accepted for Sorted Personal Accident Insurance. It can give immediate financial cover for you or your family in the event of accidental death or if you are seriously injured in an accident.
You can choose a cash sum of £30,000 to £500,000, which could offer much needed support if you’re unable to work. Or, if the worst happens and you were to pass away as a result of an accident, your loved ones might need financial support to pay the rent or mortgage, or just meet day to day living expenses.
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*Based on an individual policy. Ts & Cs apply.
Sorted Personal Accident Insurance can give you or your family immediate financial protection if you suffer an accidental death or serious injury as a result of an accident.
If you like in the UK and are aged 18 to 69, there’s a cash sum from £30,000 to £500,000 which could help with the mortgage, rent, running a car and household bills.
Choose between a Single or Joint Policy, plus you can add optional Children’s cover to your Policy.
Sorted Personal Accident Insurance is flexible, so you can make changes to it at anytime. For example, if you want to include dependent children in the future, you can add them, or perhaps you want to increase or decrease your cash sum – that’s fine too.
Automatic cash sum increases: the Policy features a 5% automatic annual increase to your cash sum for your Personal Accident Insurance and any optional cover you have. It’s automatically added to your Policy on your Policy anniversary each year, for the next 10 years.
Example: If you’ve chosen a £100,000 cash sum, the next year you’ll be covered for £105,000. At the end of 10 years, as long as you don’t opt out of the automatic increase, your cash sum would be £150,000.
The cash sum increase is a great way of increasing your cover gradually over the years, for example, as your family grows. If you want to opt out of the automatic cash sum increase, just let us know. If you change your mind, you can always opt back into it within the 10 years; whatever suits you best.
Children’s cover can help cover extra costs for things like medical expenses if your child was unfortunate enough to suffer one of the following serious injuries or illnesses; paralysis, blindness, deafness, loss of hands or feet, traumatic head injury, encephalitis or bacterial meningitis. The benefit is also paid in the event of accidental death.
Children’s cover lets you choose a cash sum from between £10,000 and £30,000 for each of your dependent children or your partner’s dependent children (if it’s a Joint Policy).
Our optional cover can only be taken as part of the Sorted Personal Accident Insurance policy and not individually.
Download Sorted Personal Accident Insurance Key Facts and Terms & Conditions for more information on inclusions and limitations to the optional cover above
Receive a Will Pack with your Policy
When you take out a Sorted Insurance Policy, you will automatically receive a Will Pack from us for added peace of mind.
A will is a legal document that transfers assets following a death. It is essential if you want to make sure that your assets/estate, including your life insurance is handled as you wish and given to the right people.
Why is a will essential?
Please note that if your financial or family situation is complicated, you should run your will past a legal or tax professional to ensure that you have filled in correctly
A few other things to consider before and after filling in your will:
The Sorted Personal Accident Insurance Key Facts and Terms & Conditions document contains important information about the Personal Accident Insurance and the optional cover you can add to your Policy. It includes features, benefits, exclusions and limitations.
It’s very important that you read the Sorted Personal Accident Insurance Key Facts and Terms & Conditions document so that you have all the information you need to make an informed decision.
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