Car accidents happen all the time. Some are minor fender benders. Others are life altering events. An accident may only last for a few seconds, but the physical and financial consequences of one can stretch days, weeks, or even years. When you buy an Emergency Protection Plan* in Ft Smith, AR from your nearby Direct Auto & Life Insurance, you can better safeguard yourself and your loved ones from the financial burden of an auto accident. How? Our Emergency Protection Plans help pay for the sudden and unexpected costs that can occur from an auto accident, in addition to provide beneficial travel discounts and trip planning services.
Take a moment to think about how expensive a car accident can be. You might need to ride in an ambulance, stay in the hospital overnight, and require medical treatment after you return home. Throughout your recovery process, you could end up missing work and have to go without the money you and your family depend on to pay rent and buy groceries. An Emergency Protection Plan can come to the rescue when you're dealing with expenses like these. For example, the hospital stay benefit provides you with cash for each day you're in the hospital after an accident. Use the money for rent, utility bills, grocery, or child care. Whatever you want! The plan will also reimburse you for up to $100 of your ambulance expenses and up to $1,000 for your out-of-pocket medical expenses. If the truly unthinkable happens? Your Emergency Protection Plan also includes an accidental death or dismemberment benefit.
If you're lucky enough to avoid getting in a car accident altogether, an Emergency Protection Plan can still come in handy! Trip planning services, travel discounts, and auto rental reimbursement give you more peace of mind in everyday life. Ready to get more protection? Call 1-877-GO-DIRECT (1-877-463-4732) or visit Direct Auto & Life Insurance in Ft Smith. Emergency Protection Plans can work side by side your health and auto insurance to shield you and your family from unexpected and troublesome expenses, all for less than a dollar a day.