How Long Does It Take To Get Reimbursed From Sun Life?

Can I withdraw my money from Sunlife?

​yes you may withdraw your fund value.

however, if you withdraw your whole fund value, you terminate your plan.

if you withdraw partial only, as long as your fund value is still enough to pay for your charges, you don’t have to pay anymore..

How do I check my Sunlife coverage?

Sign in to to get your coverage details. Click Coverage Information to see what your current benefits cover, and when you can change your coverage. Click Medical coverage, Drug coverage or any other options on this list.

How do I claim my Sunlife Insurance?

To get your claim forms:Sign in to Benefits, click Benefits centre.Choose Submit a claim from the Take me to menu.Choose Claim form from the list.Choose the PDF claim form you need and fill out your claim information online.More items…

What does Sunlife cover?

Medical services and equipment: private duty nursing, ambulances, crutches, hearing aids, etc. Paramedical services: chiropractors, naturopaths, podiatrists, etc. Medi-Passport: out-of-province emergency travel assistance. Vision care: eyeglasses and contact lenses.

How long does Sun Life take to reimburse?

24 to 48 hoursClaims submitted either through my Sun Life Mobile or online through are adjudicated immediately and if approved, any reimbursement amount is usually deposited into your bank account within 24 to 48 hours.

How long do I have to submit a claim to Sunlife?

In order to be processed, Sun Life must receive a completed and signed PSHCP Claim Form 12 months following the calendar year in which the expense was incurred and paid in full. This means that if you or a dependant incurred expenses in 2016, you have until the end of December 2017 to submit your claim.

Does Sunlife do direct billing?

Clients with personal health insurance (PHI) and health care coverage (HCC) policies can now benefit from direct billing from paramedical practitioners and vision care providers who bill Sun Life Financial directly. Previously these clients would need to submit their claims themselves.

What happens when you go on short term disability?

Short term disability benefits pay a portion of the employee’s salary if the employee is temporarily unable to work due to injury, illness, or pregnancy. Short-term disability benefits generally cover only off-the job disabilities; work-related injuries are covered by workers’ compensation instead.

How much do you get for Short Term Disability?

Employer-provided short-term disability (STD) insurance pays a percentage of an employee’s salary for a specified amount of time, if they fall ill or get injured, and cannot perform the duties of their job. Generally, the benefit pays approximately 40 to 60 percent of the employee’s weekly gross income.