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A message from Aflac

To our policyholders in areas affected by wildfires in designated California counties: Butte, Lake, Mendocino, Napa, Nevada, Orange, Solano, Sonoma, and Yuba, as well as those in areas affected by recent hurricanes in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, please know that the thoughts and prayers of everyone at Aflac are with you. We are working with government agencies that represent all declared disaster areas, including those under emergency order, to ensure we do everything possible to help you. Based on that guidance, we have extended the due dates for policy premiums by 60 days for those living in places that have been declared disaster areas or are under emergency order. If you have a question about your policy or need help, contact us at 800-992-3522. To help with the recovery, Aflac made a $500,000 donation to the American Red Cross, and our employees are making their own private contributions. Please be safe, as the care of you and your families is paramount.

Un mensaje de parte de Aflac

A nuestros asegurados en las áreas afectadas por los recientes huracanes, queremos que sepan que todos en Aflac estamos pensando en, y orando por, ustedes. Estamos trabajando con agencias del gobierno que representan todas las áreas declaradas como zonas de desastre, para asegurarnos de hacer todo lo posible para ayudarles. Basándonos en su consejo, hemos extendido por 60 días las fechas de vencimiento de las primas de las pólizas de aquellos que viven en áreas declaradas como zonas de desastre. Si tiene una pregunta sobre su póliza o necesita ayuda, contáctenos al 800-992-3522. Para ayudar con la recuperación, Aflac ha donado $500,000 a la Cruz Roja Americana y nuestros empleados están efectuando sus propias donaciones. Por favor cuídense, ya que su bienestar y el de sus familias está por encima de todo.

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Data that decribes to borrow from the credid cardAccidents happen; that’s why they’re called accidents. And they can happen to anyone at any time, resulting in everything from a broken arm to a broken back – or worse. After a serious injury occurs, most people immediately focus on treatment and recovery. However, once the initial shock wears off, their thoughts may turn to finances.

According to the 2017 Aflac WorkForces Report, 53 percent of workers would borrow from a 401(k) and/or use a credit card to cover expenses associated with an unexpected serious illness or accident.1 Fortunately, accident insurance can help.

What is Accident Insurance?

Voluntary accident insurance helps employees cope with out-of-pocket costs associated with serious accidents — costs major medical insurance may not cover. In the event of a covered incident, accident insurance provides cash benefits directly to the policyholder that can be used in any way they see fit (unless otherwise assigned). It can help workers and their families stay ahead of the medical and out-of-pocket expenses that add up so quickly after an injury, including treatment-related costs and everyday bills that continue to roll in.

Depending on the policy, accident insurance typically pays a specific benefit amount for:

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  • Emergency room treatment, X-rays, diagnosticexams, physical therapy and follow-up treatment.
  • Ground or air ambulance to a hospital.
  • Each day the policyholder is confined in a hospitaldue to injuries sustained in a covered accident.

In addition, some policyholders may select an optional accidental death benefit rider, which pays a lump-sum death benefit for covered common-carrier accidents and other accidents.

It’s important to note that health exams aren’t required to qualify for voluntary accident insurance. If an employer offers a voluntary accident plan, workers may receive payroll rates and have premiums deducted from their paychecks.

Who needs Accident Insurance?

Unlike some insurance policies that may be more appropriate for certain age groups or at-risk individuals, voluntary accident coverage may be beneficial to most employees because it helps provide financial protection from covered accidents.

Why provide Employees the opportunity to apply for Accident Insurance?

Logo for employees who are not offered voluntary insuranceVoluntary accident coverage helps provide financial confidence for workers and their families. Even those with comprehensive major medical plans in place may find that out-of-pocket costs stemming from an accidental injury can be substantial. In addition, 72 percent of employees who are not offered voluntary insurance at work would be at least somewhat likely to purchase it if offered.1

Even the most minor of accidents, such as a broken arm, can lead to temporary loss of income and inability to pay normal living expenses. Regular bills, including the mortgage or rent, car payments and utility bills, don’t stop when an individual is unable to work after an injury. The protection accident insurance helps provide can allow policyholders and their families to focus on recovery – not on finances.