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What does AD stand for?

AD stands for Accidental Death (life insurance)

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In an article in yesterday's Echo we reported that an inquest into the death of Bob Kemp recorded a verdict of accidental death.
ISLAMABAD -- National Data Base Regulatory Authority (NADRA), in collaboration with State Life, is launching Accidental Death Insurance that offers monetary cover to every new Smart National Identity Card (SNIC) holder for first two years.
The plan provides an alternative of four inbuilt benefit options to clients in the form of death and surgical benefit , surgical benefit against 948 listed surgeries, critical illness benefit where a lumpsum is paid on first diagnosis of an illness and accidental death and dismemberment benefit which gives an extra sum assured in case of accidental death as moreover protection against accidental dismemberments.
And the most dangerous age is 44, that's the average age of claimants for sudden or accidental death.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] IT MIGHT NOT GET AS MUCH PRESS or employer attention as a lot of other products, but the popularity of accidental death and dismemberment insurance products remains indisputable.
The product called: 'Al Islami Takaful Riayati', an accidental death and disability insurance plan, is underwritten by SALAMA-Islamic Arab Insurance Company, and complements the bank's existing portfolio of different products and services.
We are shocked and saddened to hear of the tragic accidental death of umpire Alcwyn Jenkins from an injury sustained on the field of play at St Helen's," an SWCA statement said.
We are shocked and saddened to hear of the tragic accidental death of umpire Alcwyn Jenkins from an injury sustained on the field of play at St Helen's," an SWCA statement said.