Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D) and International Life Insurance protects your financial well-being should you become disabled or die prematurely - Mature Health Center

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Accidental Death and Dismemberment

Unintentional Injuries Are the Fifth Leading Cause of Death in the United States*

What is Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance?

The statistics on fatal accidents may be surprising, but you can help prepare your family should the unthinkable happen to you. By protecting yourself with Accidental Death Insurance from Mutual of Omaha Insurance Company (Mutual of Omaha), depending upon the coverage amount you choose, your loved ones could receive up to $1,000,000 in benefits upon your death -- payable regardless of any other insurance you may have. Best of all, your premiums are affordable with coverage starting at 83 cents a day.**

While no amount of money will ever truly make up for a loss, the benefits of Mutual of Omaha's Accidental Death Insurance can help lessen an already stressful time for those left behind. That's why we urge you to take a few minutes to apply now.

*National Safety Council, Injury Facts, 2011 Edition.

**Individual coverage for $1,000,000 benefit amount. In NV, OK, SD, VT and WA starting at $1.11 a day.

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Eligibility of Coverage

Adults are eligible for coverage if age 18 to 70 (18 to 64 in Minnesota). The Family Plan also insures your spouse+ if age 18 to 80 (18 to 64 in Minnesota), and all unmarried dependent children under the age of 21 (age 19 in New Jersey, 22 in North Dakota, 24 in Indiana, 25 in Minnesota, 25 in Texas, 25 in Washington, 26 in Utah, 30 in Illinois if a member of the Armed Forces of the US, 26 in Connecticut if not covered under a group plan through their own employment and a resident of CT, 25 in Missouri if not covered under any health insurance policy or under a federal state government program and a resident of MO, 28 in Ohio if resident ), or under age 25 (age 19 in Connecticut, 24 in Louisiana, 26 in North Dakota and Illinois, no age limit in Texas, up to and including age 25 in Georgia and a resident, 24 in Delaware and 26 in New Hampshire if have no dependents and resident or full-time student with no coverage from any other group or individual plan, 28 in OH if a resident and not employed by an employer that offers any health plan and not eligible for Medicaid or Medicare) if a full-time student at an accredited educational institution. Those insured may have no other accidental insurance with Mutual of Omaha Insurance Company.

+In NH and NJ, spouse or civil union partner

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Master Policy Form M40AD-20438, Certificate Form C42AD-20489 or Policy Form E42AD-20348 (20390 in NC, 20393 in OK, 20472 in PA, 20421 in TX, 20444 in WA and Form E45AD-20387 in NY) or state equivalent.
Riders: Form 0LH5M-12, 0LD5M-26, 00J9M 2nd Rev.

Mutual of Omaha Insurance Company is licensed in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
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