Hong Leong launches protection plan for children

HONG Leong Assurance Bhd (HLA) has launched the new HLA JuniorCare, the first ever seven-star comprehensive child insurance protection plan of its kind catering to the ever changing needs and lifestyles of today's customers. 

Targeted at parents with children aged up to 15, the protection plan includes the seven most important coverage, namely hospitalisation, 36 critical illnesses, total and permanent disability, accidental disablement, accidental death, natural death and maturity at age 25. 

HLA chief operating officer (life division) Laurence Lim said in a statement that with the launch of HLA JuniorCare, the company hoped to provide a comprehensive protection plan for children through their growing years. 

“School going children today are very active in extra curricular activities, trips and excursions, and are thus more prone to greater environment dangers and accidents. 

“The protection plan is packaged to fit most families' budget.  

“For as low as RM1.85, parents can be rest assured that their children are well protected, no matter what they do or where they are.  

“With amazingly affordable premium rates, we expect to generate 30,000 new policies within the first three months.” 

HLA JuniorCare will further complement the company's range of insurance plans for children, such as HLA Venture Education, an investment protection plan with juvenile critical illnesses cover and HLA e-Kids, an endowment plan to secure a child's education plan, the statement said. 

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