Why you should get insurance for your baby

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Did you know that you can get free accident insurance for your baby?

There are many accident insurance products available for babies. This type of coverage is designed to provide financial assistance so you can take care of your family in the event of an accident.

This type of coverage can be used as a complement to other insurance plans (such as group insurance, private or public insurance coverage). Even when parents do everything in their power to ensure the health and safety of their little ones, Statistics Canada unfortunately shows that accidents (unintentional injuries) are one of the leading causes of infant death. It’s important to take some time to learn about the insurance products available, which are often offered at a low cost, or even free.

What is covered?

Accident insurance coverage for babies varies by insurance company but can cover a wide range of situations.

  • Dismemberment or Loss of Use (hearing, speech, sight, fingers, toes, etc.)
  • Hospital and Paramedical Expenses Resulting From an Accident (medications, prostheses, emergency transport, physiotherapy, etc.)
  • Childcare Expenses
  • Accidental or Natural Death

At iA Financial Group, we offer this coverage through the Peek-a-Boo Plan. This product is available for free, and you can sign up during pregnancy or any time before the baby’s first birthday. Talk to a financial security advisor.


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