Iowa residents; Personal Accident Medical Insurance Is Available Through First Chicago Insurance Company

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First Chicago Insurance Company’s New Personal Accident Medical Insurance can help limit out-of-pocket expenses following an accident.

Accidents are an unfortunate, and uncontrollable part of life. Thankfully, we can control and ensure that when an accident does arise, the financial impact is not as painful

First Chicago Insurance Company’s Personal Accident Medical Insurance plan is designed to cover medical and everyday living expenses incurred as a result of accidental injury

First Chicago Insurance Company’s Personal Accident Medical Insurance plan is designed to cover medical and everyday living expenses incurred as a result of accidental injury. With a single, straightforward policy, First Chicago’s Personal Accident Medical Insurance product offers extended protection to help with any unexpected costs while limiting the exposure of out-of-pocket expenses,” shared Iowa native Cory Rasmussen, Vice President Sales and Marketing, First Chicago Insurance Company (First Chicago).

Following an accident, once the low $100 deductible is met, First Chicago provides the policyholder with the cash benefit. Cash benefits can be used to assist with emergency, future medical costs not covered under another medical plan, transportation to and from appointments, or anything else they may need during their recovery. First Chicago’s Personal Accident Medical Insurance product can be a great stand-alone policy for individuals and families, or it can be a nice complement to a Short Term Major Medical Insurance plan.

Personal Accident Medical Insurance Features:

  • Benefits available regardless of any other medical insurance
  • Guaranteed issue
  • Benefits paid directly to the insured
  • Helps offset out-of-pocket expenses from other insurance
  • Budget friendly premiums
  • Low $100 deductible
  • Up to 10,000 in benefits

Rasmussen concluded, “Accidents are an unfortunate, and uncontrollable part of life. Thankfully, we can control and ensure that when an accident does arise, the financial impact is not as painful. First Chicago’s Personal Accident Medical Insurance is designed to help off-set emergency and future medical costs, regardless of any other insurance a policyholder might have.”

First Chicago’s Personal Accident Medical Insurance plan and its features are available in Iowa. Certain limitations and exclusions may apply, please refer to the policy for complete details. For more information regarding First Chicago’s Personal Accident Medical Insurance plan, please contact your independent insurance agent. Consumers can also visit the company website http://www.FirstChicagoInsurance.com or call 1-888-262-8864. Independent insurance agents that would like more information about First Chicago should contact the company’s marketing department at Marketing@FirstChicagoInsurance.com, 708-552-4400, option 8.

About First Chicago Insurance Company
First Chicago Insurance Company (First Chicago), whose roots trace back to 1920, is celebrating their 100th anniversary. Over this timespan, First Chicago has evolved into a multi-line insurance carrier, now offering Personal & Commercial Auto, General Liability, Workers’ Compensation, Short Term Major Medical and Personal Accident Medical Insurance in response to the needs of the company’s independent produces and customer base. In personal lines, First Chicago has further responded to the changing exposures and needs of their independent producers by adding niche insurance products such as Contents Plus Renters and Transportation Network Coverage to enhance their personal lines auto offerings. First Chicago currently offers insurance via independent agencies and online throughout Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. Headquartered in Bedford Park, First Chicago is located at 6640 S. Cicero, Ave., Bedford Park, IL 60638. 1-888-262-8864. http://www.FirstChicagoInsurance.com

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