Of course, everyone needs auto accident insurance. However, sometimes, it’s no help at all. Broken wrists, fingers, toes, arms and legs can happen when you’re biking, jogging, skiing or even during a friendly game of horseshoes.
It’s no fun to rush to the E.R. and run up a big bill only to realize that none of it is covered by either health insurance or auto insurance. That’s where an accident health insurance plan can come in handy.
Low-cost plans are specifically designed for more common kinds of accidental injury that may not be covered by other plans. With more and more people turning to health insurance with a deductible to forestall higher premiums, more people are left vulnerable to the kinds of medical bills that accident insurance can handle.
There’s a selection of coverage limits up to $10,000 per person and per accident. That means you get a choice of premiums. They’re all much lower than either auto or health insurance. Check out the coverage limits and the rates here on our website.