What other expenses will my accident benefits cover?
In addition to income replacement, you are also entitled to receive up to $50,000.00 in medical and rehabilitation benefits as well as any out of pocket expenses that relate to the accident, like child care or transportation costs, plus an additional $36,000.00 for attendant care should this be medically required. If you purchased optional increases in your coverage, the limits may be greater. Medical / rehabilitation benefits may cover the following types of expenses: Physiotherapy, chiropractice, massage therapy and other rehabilitation treatment modalities; Prescription drug expenses; Travel expenses in some circumstances; Visitation expenses for family members to visit you; Re-training and vocational counseling costs to assist with your return to employment; child-care expenses; AND others -- for more information on your benefits contact your insurance broker or insurance company. Higher levels of benefits are available if you have suffered catastrophic injuries.
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