Greenwich Extends Insurance Protection

Issue 6 and Volume 112.

Greenwich Extends Insurance Protection The Town of Greenwich, Conn., voted early this year to buy an indemnity policy covering the town against liability for death, medical expenses and loss of income of all members of its volunteer fire companies, fire police companies and paid personnel. The policy also covers auxiliary police, except when they are on civil defense hazards duty. Basic coverage is: Death, $8,000: dismemberment, up to $8,000, with $5,000 for the loss of either a hand or a foot, and $2,500 for the loss of one eye. Weekly indemnity covering loss of time from work is $75, or 100 per cent of salary, whichever is less, for a total of 208 weeks. Medical benefits are $7,500. The groups protected are covered anywhere in the State of Connecticut, and in the New York State counties of Westchester, Dutchess and Putnam and in New York City for training only. The…

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