iTHINK Financial is proud to offer the Private Passenger Accident Insurance Plan at no cost to our members!

The Private Passenger Accident Plan is a no-cost benefit from your credit union and provided in partnership with PFP | The Family Security Plan®.

2.3 million Americans are injured in car accidents each year.*

That is why we are proud to now offer a safety net in the form of insurance protection. The Private Passenger Accident Plan offers you up to $240 per day if hospitalized after a car accident in a private passenger automobile.**

After an accident you may have expenses you’ve never thought about. Can your finances cover them? This plan pays cash benefits directly to you, so you can use the money to cover out-of-pocket medical expenses or your regular bills, regardless of any other insurance you may have.

Activate Your No-Cost Coverage

Please click the link below to review the complete terms & conditions and to activate your coverage:

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* ** The first day of a hospital stay must occur within 90 days of the accident, causing injury. It will continue until the covered person is no longer in-hospital, the maximum number of days has elapsed or the covered person dies. There is a 30 day max period of confinement. Coverage expires one year from effective date. Policyholder may renew coverage annually up to age 70. This information is a brief description of the important features of this insurance plan. It is not an insurance contract. Insurance benefits are underwritten by Federal Insurance Company. Coverage may not be available in all states or certain terms may be different where required by state law. Chubb NA is the U.S.-based operating division of the Chubb Group of Companies, headed by Chubb Ltd. (NYSE:CB) Insurance Products and services are provided by Chubb Insurance underwriting companies and not by the parent company itself.