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The Term Life and Critical Illness insurance is designed to cover two types of events: 1. Upon your death, your family receives a term life benefit. 2. Upon a first diagnosis of a qualifying illness, you receive a critical illness benefit. Multiple payouts for Critical Illnesses After a partial (25%) benefit is paid, 75% of the critical illness

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GREAT Family Care, a fi rst-ever multi-generational Critical Illness regular premium term plan, addresses your concerns and helps you and your family to deal with life’s unexpected challenges. It covers you against Critical Illness, Death, Total and Permanent Disability1 and Terminal Illness, and provides free protection for your children against Critical Illness and Juvenile Conditions. In ...

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