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CIB Insurance adds on great benefits for existing policy holders

04 August 2007 CIB

CIB Insurance's add-on products not only offer added value to their policies but also peace of mind in times of emergency. Policy holders, their spouse and their dependant children now have access to additional services including Emergency Home Assistance, Roadside Assistance, Legal Assistance and Roadcover.

CIB's Emergency Home Assistance add-on product provides policy holders with reliable suppliers in the event of burst geysers, leaking water pipes, broken windows and electrical breakdowns. Flat tyres, a flat battery or out of fuel situations are sorted through CIB's Roadside Assistance, while legal disputes are covered by CIB"s Legal Assistance with qualified and registered attorneys providing up-to-date legal information and advice on home, vehicle and personal legal issues. In the event of a policy holder having a claim against the Road Accident Fund (RAF), CIB's Roadcover offers assistance with advice on claims, assessments, legal and medical reports as well as individual case management of each claim.

"CIB understands that urgent situations can arise unexpectedly and often require immediate and precise assistance" say Douglas Donnelly, CEO of CIB Insurance. "The add-on products offered with CIBs policies do not only further improve the benefits of a CIB policy, but also ensure that policy holders are taken care of in situations of emergency."


 

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