Enhance Your Life Insurance Coverage with Shriram Life Critical Illness Care Rider

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Key Features of Shriram Life Critical Illness Care Ride

Shriram Life Critical Illness Care Rider offers policy holders the following key features:


Long Policy Tenure

You can choose a policy tenure of up to 25 years to get covered for a longer duration.
This also gives longer protection against illnesses.


Low Premiums

Shriram Life Critical Illness Care Rider premiums are quite low and affordable.
Moreover, depending on the base plan selected, you can pay the premiums flexibly
during the policy tenure.


High Sum Assured

You can get an additional rider sum assured of up to ₹25 lakhs for covering the
expensive medical bills that critical illnesses might result in.


Additional Financial Assistance

The rider sum assured provides additional financial assistance for your medical needs.
This will help you get the proper treatment without having to worry about the money.


Easy Availability

You can add the Shriram Life Critical Illness Care Rider with four specific unit-linked
plans. The rider option is available at the time of buying these policies.


Quick Coverage

Claim coverage against illnesses after a short waiting period of 90 days from the policy
commencement date.


For more details on risk factors, terms, and conditions please read the sales brochure carefully before concluding a sale.  

*Tax Benefits:  
Tax benefits are as per Income Tax Laws & are subject to change from time to time. Please consult your Tax advisor for details.  
You are eligible for Income Tax benefits/exemptions as per the applicable income tax laws in India, which are subject to change from time to time.

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