With modern day lifestyles, accidents can occur anywhere and at any time. Our home personal accident insurance is ideal cover for your clients who want to protect themselves in everyday life.

No matter the age, the consequences of an injury to a person or their family while in the home can often result unexpected financial bills.

With the estimated cost to society of UK home accident injuries has been estimated at £45.63billion annuallyi, ensure your customers are covered. Our home personal accident insurance provides cover for your customers who are looking for financial protection in case of serious accident, injury or fatality.

Offering protection against injury or death following an accident, this is an ideal product for brokers who wish to sell it as an add on to a main home insurance policy. 

Home Personal Accident insurance cover details

What’s covered
  • Accidental Death (including that of a child)
  • Permanent Total Disability
  • Loss of limb
  • Loss of sight
  • Loss of hearing
  • Loss of speech
  • Temporary total disability
  • Hospitalisation
  • Burns
  • Personal Effects
  • Physiotherapy sessions
  • Stress counselling sessions
  • Fractures
What’s not covered
  • Long term sickness
  • Monthly payments
  • PPI type covers
Optional cover
  • Brokers can tailor this product
  • The maximum sum insure is also up to the broker however, it is usually c. £50K. 
Ways to trade
  • Schemes – Build your business by offering bespoke personal lines insurance which meets your customers’ exact needs.
  • White-labelling – Re-brand our tried and tested personal lines products and schemes, neatly marketed through your own website.

Explore the Home Personal Accident insurance market

Market information
  • Children under the age of 15 and adults over the age of 75 are most likely to have accidents in the home1
  • Falls are the most common accidents which can often cause serious injury at any time of life2
  • More accidents happen in the lounge/living room than anywhere else in the home3

1, 2, 3:http://www.rospa.com/home-safety/advice/general/facts-and-figures/