Select Benefits voluntary
Accidents don’t need to be big to be expensive. Even common injuries like sprained ankles can have a significant impact on employee finances.
That’s why accident insurance can be an important part of any voluntary benefits plan.
Two types of coverage
Scheduled benefit accident
This coverage pays benefits based on a “schedule” of covered accidents. A fixed amount is paid based on the type of injury or treatment. In general, the more serious the accident, the greater the benefits paid.
This coverage is a great fit for employers who prioritize catastrophic injury protection.
This coverage pays 100% of eligible services and supplies, up to a plan maximum. Plans can be customized between $500 and $5,000 per accident, and cover one or three accidents per insured, per year.
If you prioritize accidents that tend to be more common, per-occurrence accident insurance is the way to go.
Which type of coverage is right for your group?
Use the chart below to compare scheduled benefit and per-occurrence accident plans.
|Flexible plan designs|
|No coordination of benefits|
|Automatic direct payroll deductions|
|Additional coverage options|
|Portability, continuation and/or extension of coverage|
|Accidental death and dismemberment (AD&D) coverage|
|Broad definition of qualifying injuries|
Symetra offers a number of solutions to help you stay competitive in today's marketplace. To learn more, contact your benefits representative.
Select Benefits insurance policies are designed to provide benefits at a preselected, fixed dollar amount. They are not a replacement for a major medical policy or other comprehensive coverage and do not satisfy the minimum essential coverage requirements of the Affordable Care Act. Coverage may be subject to exclusions, limitations, reductions and termination of benefit provisions. For costs and complete details, contact your Symetra representative.
Select Benefits policies are insured by Symetra Life Insurance Company, 777 108th Ave NE, Suite 1200, Bellevue, WA 98004, and are not available in all U.S states or any U.S. territory.