Very often AD&D coverage or policies will provide a lump-sum payment in a specified amount for loss of vision. The loss of vision has to occur as the result of an “accident” which may not always have the most obvious meaning that most people think of when they consider what an accident is, but the loss has to be caused by accidental means. In order to determine whether loss of vision is covered, you need to review carefully the schedule of covered losses that form part of the policy.
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