Comprehensive hospitalisation plan for individuals, families and employees.
Lost income can be a major source of worry for anyone who gets into an accident. With ProtectionPlus, you are prepared when life throws you curveballs.
Permanent and Total Disablement Cover
ProtectionPlus is a personal accident insurance plan featuring a high permanent and total disablement payout of up to $375,000.
Hospitalisation Cash Benefit
We pay a $200* daily hospital cash benefit for a maximum of 50 days if you meet with an accident.
Temporary Total Disablement Cover
You and your family will be supported with a monthly income of $2,600* for up to 2 years if you are unable to work due to temporary total disablement.
The plan offers a $10,000* bereavement grant, one of the most generous in the market.
Protect your entire family with free cover for up to 3 children when you and your spouse enrol for ProtectionPlus at the same time.
*Cover and limits are based on Platinum Plan
Simple to Buy
Protect yourself easily by purchasing our personal accident plan online.
Claims Made Easy
We keep our process as simple as possible to bring your personal accident claim to a fair settlement.
Bonus Cover At No Extra Cost!
10% increased cover for Death and Permanent Disablement each year, up to the 3rd renewal. That's 30% extra cover from the 4th year, absolutely FREE! (if no claim is made in the preceding year)
Cover For Your Child(ren):
1. Up to 3 children covered for FREE when you and your spouse enrol at the same time
2. Up to 3 children covered if you or your spouse alone enrols with the children - Subject to benefits and premium listed below.
This policy is protected under the Policy Owners’ Protection Scheme which is administered by the Singapore Deposit Insurance Corporation (SDIC). Coverage for your policy is automatic and no further action is required from you. For more information on the types of benefits that are covered under the scheme as well as the limits of coverage, where applicable, please visit MSIG, GIA or SDIC.
Group 1 occupations:
Professional, Managerial, Administrative, and non-manual occupations such as doctor, lawyer, manager, teacher, executive, clerical personnel
Group 2 occupations:
Supervisory positions and occupations not involving the use of tools or machinery of special hazards such as salesman, storekeeper, tour guide, home-maker, technician, waiter
Group 3 occupations:
Occupations involving manual work or use of tools or machinery in light industries such as drivers of buses, lorries, taxis and kitchen hands and renovation workers
Premium per child:
Cover For Your Child(ren)
1. Up to 3 children covered for free when you and your spouse enrol at the same time
2. Up to 3 children covered if you alone enrol with the children - subject to the premium above
1. What is the definition of an Accident under this insurance?
An Accident refers to an event which happens suddenly and gives rise to a result which the Insured person did not intend or anticipate.
2. Who can enrol for this insurance?
Any person aged between 18 years and 65 years.
Your legal spouse aged between 18 years and 65 years.
A parent/ both parents aged between 18 years and 65 years covering himself/herself/themselves with his/her spouse, together with their biological or legally adopted, unmarried children aged 1 year to 18 years or 23 years if pursuing
3. If I am already insured with another insurer, how can I arrange cover for my spouse and children?
Your spouse may apply for this insurance on his/her own. In which case, 3 of your Children can be covered at 10% of the Sum Insured for Death, Permanent and Total Disablement and Medical Expenses benefits for a flat premium according to the Plan selected by your spouse.
4. If I increase or reduce my sum insured during the term of cover, will I receive the renewal bonus on the new limit?
The first renewal bonus will be calculated at 10% of the revised limit on
5. Will I be covered if I have to travel and stay out of Singapore?
You or any of the Insured Persons are covered for any short term travel out of Singapore up to 6 consecutive months during any period of insurance. The cover for that Insured Person lapses thereafter and all the benefits under the policy for such person shall cease from such date.
6. Why are premium rates based on occupation?
Each occupation type presents different risk hazards depending on the nature of work and this has a direct effect on the level of premium to be charged.
7. I have Personal Accident policies with different insurers. Can I claim from all the insurers if I were to meet with an accident?
This will depend on the terms of your policy. Please check with your insurer when in doubt.
8. What are the policy exclusions?
The key exclusions are war and warlike operations, radioactive and nuclear activity, work on aircraft, dangerous sports, suicide, self-injury, pre-existing physical or mental defect, under influence of drugs (unless prescribed by a registered Medical Practitioner) or alcohol,
9. How do I make a claim?
Please contact our Claims Department as soon as possible of the happening of any event giving rise or likely to give rise to a claim and completing a Claim form to facilitate the claim process. Written proof of the accident such as police report, doctor’s report, original medical receipts, invoices and all supporting documents must be furnished as proof of claim.