Questions: child insurance
If you have questions about child insurance, you ended up at the right page.
Among other things, you get answers to questions such as whether the insurance covers extreme sports, how long the insurance covers your child and how the child insurance covers in relation to a child accident insurance.
Does child insurance cover extreme sports?
How long is my child covered under the insurance?
Your child is covered by Child Insurance until he/she reaches the age of 18. After the child's 18th birthday, we recommend that your child takes out an accident insurance.
Which insurance sum can I choose?
What is a permanent disability injury?
The insurance covers both physical and psychological disability of 5% or more.
Physical permanent disability
Permanent disability coverage adresses the physical impairments following an accident that does not disappear during treatment, and the child must live with the rest of his life. There are several causes to injuries such as sports, traffic, and falling.
Psychic permanent disability may be relevant if a member of the closest family of the child has been exposed to serious physical injuries, being exposed to latent danger or died, for example in a car accident, drowning or a home robbery.
Is there a difference between child insurance and child accident insurance?
We have replaced the child accident insurance with child insurance because it offers your child a better coverage. If you have concerns about how the new insurance covers compare to the previous child accident insurance, you can learn more about it by clicking on the following link.
Is my child covered by eg the school and other institutions' insurance?
No. Previously, your child was covered by a public accident insurance, but this is not the case anymore. It is now more important than ever to have a private accident insurance covering your child if he or she is injured or gets ill. Child Insurance covers your child 24/7 - also in school and other institutions.