Pru Early Crisis Cover

Highlights

up-to-100-sa

Early stage critical illness benefit

up-to-100-sa

Late stage critical illness benefit

6-70-years-old

Entry range

77-illness

Wide range of coverage

Product Details

Premium Term

same as policy term

Policy Term

5-20 years

Entry Age

6 - 70 years old
Max age at maturity policy: 80 years old

Other Benefits

N/A

Critical Illness Benefit
  • Up to 200% Sum assured
  • Range of coverage: 25 early-stage critical illness conditions and 52 late-stage critical illness conditions

a. Financial support for treatment costs right from early stage

Insurance benefits are payable when critical illness (CI) is diagnosed to be at early stage, which ensures funding for timely treatment and recovery as well as relieving your family of the financial burden.

b. Multiple financial support against risks of CI
With an understanding that critical illness may occur several times at various stages of life, this solution is designed to offer you and your family the maximum peace of mind with multiple financial support during the policy term.

c. Wide range of protection, up to 77 conditions of critical illness
This rider is a pioneer solution in the insurance market with an extensive range of protection which covers up to 77 conditions of critical illness.

d. Scope of protection ranges from children to the elderly
This solution offers coverage from children to the elderly, which ensures your beloved children are properly protected against risks of critical illness.

 

All of features and insurance benefits presented hereunder are of summarized nature and for reference only. All features and conditions thereof shall be carried out in accordance with the terms and conditions as approved by the Ministry of Finance.

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