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Supplementary Covers


State Life offers a number of supplementary covers to enhance coverage under different plans. These supplementary covers can be attached with the main policy and are not available exclusively. Please click below for the details of these supplementary covers:

  • Accidental Death & Indemnity Benefit (AIB)
  • Accidental Death Benefit (ADB)
  • Family Income Benefit (FIB)
  • Waiver of Premium (WP)
  • Special Waiver of Premium (SWP)
  • Term Insurance Rider (TIR)
  • Guaranteed Insurability (GI)
  • Refund of Premium Rider (RPR)

Accident Death & Indemnity Benefit (AIB)

This supplementary cover provides for payment of additional amount equal to the sum insured under the policy in the event of death by accidental means, or in the event of loss of two or more limbs or loss of sight in both eyes. One-half of the sum insured will be paid for loss of one limb; one-third of sum insured in the event of loss of one eye and one-fourth of sum insured will be paid for loss of thumb and index finger. Moreover, weekly indemnities are also available for total and partial disability of the life insured as a result of the accident. If the life insured becomes permanent and total disable, an annuity of 10% of sum insured will be payable for a maximum period of ten years.

AIB is suitable for office commuters and individuals who travel and use different modes of transport. The rates of premium for this supplementary benefit range from AED/$ 4 to AED/$ 10 per thousand sum insured depending upon the occupational rating of proposer for standard lives whose age should be between 18 to 55 years.

Family Income Benefit (FIB)

This supplementary cover provides that incase of death of the life insured during term of this cover, an annuity of 10% to 50% per annum of the basic sum insured will be payable till the completion of term of this cover. For instance, if a life insured has taken 25% FIB supplementary cover for 20 years on his policy having sum insured of AED/$ 1,000,000. If the life insured expires during term of FIB, say at the end of fourth year, an annual sum of AED/$ 250,000 will be payable for rest of 16 years.

While the basic plan provides a lump sum, FIB provides a regular stream of income to the dependents and helps in meeting the day to day expenses. This supplementary cover is available to lives between 18 and 55 years of ages. It can be attached with following plans:

Waiver of Premium (WP)

This supplementary cover provides for waiver of due premiums in the event of the life insured’s Total and Permanent Disability caused by accident as defined in the contract. With the help of WP, the life insured gets relieved of vagaries of paying premiums incase of his or her being incapacitated as a result of accident. The rate of premium for standard risk will be AED/$ 0.50 to 1.00 per thousand of sum insured depending upon the age of life insured.

WP is available to lives between 18 and 55 years of ages. It can be attached with following plans:

Special Waiver of Premium (SWP)

The Rider will provide for the premium on the policy to be waived during Total and Permanent Disability which render the policy holder unable to engage in any occupation.

Disability whether by accident or sickness will be covered.

SWP is available to lives between 20 and 55 years of ages. SWP can be attached with following plans:

Term Insurance Rider (TIR)

In the event of death of the life insured during term of TIR supplementary cover, the sum insured will be payable in addition to the benefits payable under the basic policy. Suppose, Mr A, covered under a policy of AED/$ 1,000,000, also attaches TIR supplementary cover with his policy. Incase of his death during term of TIR, a sum equal to AED/$ 1,000,000 will be payable under this supplementary cover. This will be in addition to the benefits payable under main policy.

This supplementary cover is an excellent opportunity for individuals who want to enhance coverage of their policy substantially on payment of a meager amount of premium. TIR is available to lives between 18 and 55 years of age. TIR can be attached with following plans:

Guaranteed Insurability (GI)

Under this supplementary cover, State Life gives the policyholder a right to purchase additional life insurance upto specified maximum amounts on specified further dates at standard rates, without evidence of insurability being required at such later dates.

The specific further dates on which additional insurance can be taken are the policy anniversaries of the basic policy nearest the 25th, 28th, 31st, 34th, 37th and 40th birthdays of the life insured. Thus the option dates for various issue ages

Issue Ages No of Option Dates Option Date Ages
10 – 24
25 – 27
28 – 30
31 – 33
34 – 36
37
6
5
4
3
2
1
25, 28, 31, 34, 37, 40
28, 31, 34, 37, 40
31, 34, 37, 40
34, 37, 40
37, 40
40

This supplementary cover is available only to standard lives between 10 and 37 years of ages and who are not engaged in hazardous occupations. Only one GI will be issued on the life of any one person. GI is available only at the time of issue of the basic policy and can not be attached to the policy after its issuance.

Individuals who foresee increase in their insurance needs in the near future can get benefit from this supplementary cover. It saves them from providing any further evidence of insurability incase they desire to enhance coverage under the policy. GI can be attached with following plans:

Refund of Premium Rider (RPR)

RPR provides for refund of premiums paid under the policy in the event of death of the life insured during term of the policy. It is an ideal form of enhancing the life cover under the policy with a modest increase in premium.

This supplementary cover is available to lives between 20 and 60 years of ages. The available term ranges from 10 to 25 years. RPR can be attached with following plans: