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journey
personal accident

cover to protect employees on the way to and from work

Blend Journey Accident Insurance protects an organisation or businesses employees against financial loss in the event of death or injury whilst commuting to and from their workplace.

The product provides valuable cover for employees in states where workers compensation insurance doesn’t provide cover for travel to and from work.

why blend for journey cover?

  • Same-day service
  • Premiums starting at a total annual payable amount of AUD $566 incl. of all taxes and charges
  • Direct contact with a local underwriting team with authority

journey accident insurance could support your client by

  • Providing their employees with an insurance protection against injury or death
  • Differentiating and attracting and/or retaining employees
  • Allowing cover to be arranged over and above workers compensation limits already in place

tailorable journey accident benefits*

core benefits
Weekly Benefit for Accidental Injury

Provides cover for weekly salary if an insured suffers an accidental injury that within twelve (12) months directly results in them being temporarily disabled and unable to attend their occupation.

There are some terms and conditions that apply and in addition to the general exclusions we will not pay for claims resulting from childbirth or pregnancy apart from any unexpected and unforeseen medical complications or emergencies.

Lump Sum Benefits

Provides a lump sum payment, when, due to an Accidental Injury, one (1) or more of the specified Events occur within twelve (12) months of the Accidental Injury. See the PDS to review the Events along with corresponding percentage of the lump sum amount payable for each Event.

 

*This is a general summary only and does not form part of the Policy and cannot be relied on as a full description of the cover provided.

Please refer to the relevant sections of the Policy and Your Policy Schedule for full benefit details and applicable terms, limitations, conditions and exclusions.