MMC Benefits Handbook
What Is Not Covered
The Business Travel Accident Insurance benefit covers only a loss from an accidental injury that happens while you are on a Company-approved business trip. The Plan doesn't cover any loss related to:
- the medical or surgical treatment of sickness, disease, mental incapacity or bodily infirmity whether the loss results directly or indirectly from treatment unless specifically provided by the policy.
- suicide or attempted suicide intentionally self-inflicted injury or any attempt at self-inflicted injury.
- declared or undeclared war or any act of declared war or undeclared war except as outlined.
The Plan also has some aircraft and flying restrictions. The types of air travel not covered by the Plan are:
To be covered, the loss has to occur within 365 days of the accident.
If several employees or covered persons are involved in a common accident, is my benefit affected?
If more than one covered person is involved in the same accident, the Plan's payment is limited to $50,000,000 for all covered persons involved in the accident.
If the Plan's normal payments would be more than this limit, benefits for all affected covered persons are decreased proportionately, so the total benefit paid does not exceed $50,000,000.
Does the Business Travel Accident Insurance cover commuting to and from work?
Your Business Travel Accident Insurance provides coverage for accidents that happen while you commute to and from work in your home country.
When does coverage begin and end for a business trip?
When you leave on a business trip, you are covered:
- from the time you leave home or your regular workplace to begin the trip, whichever occurs last.
- until you return home or to your workplace, whichever you reach first.
Does the Plan cover personal air travel?
The Plan covers personal travel as long as it is in conjunction with a business trip for a combined maximum of 14 days before and/or after an eligible business trip.