The Critical Healthline insurance policy by Chola MS offers complete medical cover, loss of income, mortgage repayments, educational expenses, etc. Other than that, this health insurance policy also offers a lump sum payment in order to manage expenses incurred due to critical illnesses, and other financial commitments. Upon continuous renewal, the policy offers lifetime indemnity. The maximum sum insured offered by the policy is Rs. 10 lakhs.
Features and Benefits of Chola MS Critical Healthline:
The features and benefits of Critical Healthline policy offered by Chola MS are mentioned below:
|Eligibility age||Minimum age- 18 years Maximum age- 65 years 5 years in case of children|
|Policy term||1, 3 and 5 years|
|Renewability||There is a lifetime indemnity limit if the policy is renewed continuously|
|Sum Insured||Rs. 3, 5 or 10 lakhs|
The policy offers insurance coverage for two options - standard and advanced - based on the number of critical illnesses covered.
The benefits of Chola MS Critical Healthline insurance policy are mentioned below:
Listed below are the exclusions that are not covered by the insurance plan.
Disclaimer: The Company may, from time to time and subject to IRDA approval, revise premium rates based on experience. Kindly read the terms and conditions in the policy document carefully before availing the insurance policy
Also Read: How to File a Claim with Chola MS Health?
Other Health Insurance Plans from Chola MS:
- Chola MS Healthline Insurance
- Chola Swasth Parivar Health Insurance Plan
- Chola Tax Plus Healthline
- Chola MS FamilyHealthline Insurance
- Chola MS Individual Healthline Insurance Policy
- Chola MS Top Up Healthline Insurance Policy
- Chola MS Hospital Cash
GST rate of 18% applicable for all financial services effective July 1, 2017.
Disclaimer: Premiums may vary depending upon factors like age, location and prevailing taxes/GST.
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