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What’s missing on your “checklist”?

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September 22, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

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Before you head to the store, run another errand or go on vacation, you probably have a mental “checklist” of the things you need to do or bring. Maybe you even have a physical list you check to make sure you remember everything.

But your “checklist” may be missing one very important thing: making sure you and your loved ones are prepared if something happens.

According to the National Safety Council, nearly 40,000 people die and 2.1 million suffer a disabling injury every year because of an accident while on the road.*  That’s why the Good Sam Club recommends adding the Good Sam Club “On-the-Move” Travel Accident Insurance Plan to your checklist.

Whether you’re running a quick errand or going out of town, the Good Sam Club “On-the-Move” Travel Accident Plan can be a valuable travel “buddy” for you and your loved ones.

That’s because it can help provide cash coverage for the following benefits, when you may need them:

  • $100.00/day for your covered hospital expenses if you’re injured while traveling via common carrier (commercial plane, bus, train or ferry); $50.00/day if you’re injured in a car, RV or other private vehicle accident.
  •  $100,000.00** lump sum cash coverage to your loved ones if you die from your “common carrier” accident; $50,000.00 if you die from a private motor vehicle accident.
  • Plus, you can easily put this “On-the-Move” Travel Accident Plan on your checklist right now.  You’re guaranteed acceptance—no medical exams required or health questions to answer.

Simply visit the Good Sam Club Life and Health Services website. You can immediately learn more details, get a rate quote and even enroll online today.

Underwritten by Hartford Life Insurance Company, Simsbury, CT 06089.  All benefits are subject to the terms and conditions of the policy.  Policies underwritten by Hartford Life and Accident Insurance Company detail exclusions, limitations, reductions of benefits and terms under which the policies may be continued in force or discontinued.

**Benefits will reduce by 50% at age 70; and an additional 50% again at age 75.

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