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Personal Accident Insurance
Many accidents occur in Ireland every year. It can have serious consequences for you or for your family, particularly if you are unable to work.

If you are out of work as a result of sickness or an accident will your income continue?

What type of cover is available with Personal Accident?
  • Capital Benefits
  • Accident Benefits
  • Sickness Benefits
  • Hospital Cash

Sickness / Accident Benefit

Personal accident is a type cover that is designed to provide you with an income and/or a lump sum in the event of a sickness or accident preventing you from being able to work.

Policies can be written on a group or individual basis and offer flexible coverage periods. Capti

Each type of occupation is rated, for instance a benefit of €500 per week would cost more for a roofing contractor than for an office worker. Our covers provide cover for accidents 24 hours a day, not just while at work.

How Much Does it Cost?

It changes depending on the amount of cover and benefits you need, the following is just an example:

  • Capital Benefits   - €50,000
  • Temporary Total Disablement  - €300 per week
  • Hospital Cash  - €100 per day

Class 1 Occupations: Accountant, Computer Programmer, Optician, Travel Agent  -  €95.34 per year

Class 2 Occupations: Florist, Waiter, Supermarket Staff, Beautician, Pharmacist -  €140.60 per year

Class 3 Occupations: Nurse, Painter, Vet, Printer, Driving Instructor, Gardener €183.02 per year

Class 4 Occupations: Agri Contractor, Builder, Carpenter, Engineer, Mechanic, Plumber, Farmer  - €310.28 per year

Higher limits and illness cover available to suit your individual needs.

To obtain a quotation and discuss your options with our financial advisors, please contact 071 9620193 or email info@bradyinsurance.ie

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