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What is the difference between Public or Personal Liability Insurance and Personal Accident Insurance?
Posted by Marty Bibby on 01 July 2014 12:37 PM

Public or Personal Liability provides cover against being sued for legal liability in the event of accidental bodily injury to a third party, or damage to their property. It is up to the injured person to prove that legal liability exists. Personal Accident covers Insured Persons for specific amounts in the event of accidental death or disablement, in specified circumstances. The benefit is payable without the need to prove legal liability and consequently paid out much sooner.

Related Links:

The Pony Club Website - Members Insurance

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