Definition

Accelerated death benefits

Accelerated death benefits mean a rider or benefit in a life insurance policy that allows insureds who are terminally ill or who suffer from certain catastrophic diseases to receive part or all of their life insurance benefits before they die, primarily to pay for the care they require.

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