As we enter the so-called “New Normal” or the new way of life to help us safely co-exist with a still unmanaged deadly virus, the public sets its eyes on the importance of two-wheeled vehicles not only as a means of transportation but also as a vehicle to help sustain or grow the economy.
During the quarantine, riders were one of the first to be mobilized to help the public and online businesses with logistical requirements – from delivering food, medicines and groceries to transporting important documents and other items – these people are definitely one of the country’s bravest frontliners.
And as such, they should also be treated the same way we treat our medical frontliners – with dignity, respect and a whole new level of care.
Some of our medical frontliners are also riders, because that’s the only way the majority of the commuting workforce can travel during the quarantine. It is so far, the one with the least amount of risk among all the other transportation options.
To keep the frontliners protected, specifically the riders, Country Bankers Insurance Corporation (CBIC) created a Riders Personal Accident (Riders PA) Insurance product which covers riders of bicycles, motorcycles, tricycles, e-bikes, and e-scooters—perfect for delivery riders who have been working tirelessly during the community quarantine.
At only 100 Pesos a year, Riders PA includes an accidental death and permanent disablement benefit and accidental medical reimbursement.
Aside from Riders PA, CBIC also has a product for almost every Non-Life needs.
“We will continue to serve the market and deliver our commitment of providing peace of mind especially during challenging times. We may not be the biggest company in the industry, but we remain the relevant one,” said Desiderio-Garcia.
Country Bankers Insurance Corporation traces its roots from the prestigious group of Rural Bankers hailing from all regions of the Philippines. CBIC in part remains closely identified with the rural banking system, having been founded on October 17, 1960 by the late Don Jose E. Desiderio, Sr., and Don Alfredo L. Montelibano Sr., both well-known rural bankers.
Founded as an enterprise that will effectively handle the insurance needs and requirements of rural bankers and country folks as well, Country Bankers Insurance Corporation (formerly known as Country Bankers Insurance & Surety Co., Inc.) concentrated its main thrust in the countryside servicing small business entrepreneurs, industrialists and the numerous agribusiness ventures all over the country. CBIC, with its unique set-up, continues to enjoy steady growth remarkably maintaining its competitive edge in the industry through active yet prudent corporate programs enabling us to secure the continued support of well-known London Reinsurers.
Having gained a strong foothold in the rural areas, CBIC in 1978, initiated massive penetration drive to open-up new fronts by expanding its operations to the urban commercial centers and various corporate accounts. This pivotal move proved to be a great success so-much-so that CBIC’s distribution networks are now operating in most key-cities, provincial capitals and economic centers of the country.
Country Bankers Insurance Corporation continues its total commitment to provide for the insurance needs of what they consider to be the cornerstone of our country’s economy . . . You!
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