When it comes to paying for medical care, medical insurance is an important part of the puzzle. Critical Illness, Accident and Hospital Indemnity insurance benefits help with bills or added expenses that medical insurance may not cover like copays, deductibles or any living expenses.
Critical Illness Insurance
No one likes being sick. And if it’s a serious illness, it can impact your life in so many ways – emotionally, physically and financially. Critical Illness insurance can make it all easier to handle. Of course your health insurance will help cover medical expenses. But what about all of your other household bills? Those aren’t going anywhere just because you’re ill. Critical Illness insurance can help.
With Critical Illness insurance, you’ll receive a lump-sum payment when a covered illness is diagnosed. You can also elect to cover your spouse and/or child(ren). No medical questionnaire is required to enroll.
Get more information about Critical Illness insurance here.
Personal Accident Insurance
When an accident turns a good time bad, it can result in pain and expense. Health insurance will help cover doctors’ costs and medical treatments. What it doesn’t cover is on you. This is when Accident insurance kicks in.
Elect coverage that provides benefits for covered accidental injuries, related services and treatments. You can also elect to cover your spouse and/or child(ren). No medical questionnaire is required.
Get more information about Accident insurance here.
Hospital Indemnity Insurance
An unplanned hospital stay can be a big inconvenience. But with Hospital Indemnity insurance it doesn’t have to be. Of course your health insurance will help cover medical treatments and some of your hospital stay. But what it doesn’t cover? That’s all on you to pay. Hospital Indemnity insurance can make that burden less painful for you.
Get coverage that provides a cash benefit in the event of an unexpected hospital stay for a covered illness and/or injury. You can also elect to cover your spouse and/or child(ren). No medical questionnaire is required.
Get more information about Hospital Indemnity insurance here.
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