Critical Illness Insurance PoliciesWhat could the unexpected cost you?
Approximately every 39 seconds an American will have a heart attack.1 Heart disease accounts for more than 600,000 deaths in the United States each year, or one in every four deaths.2
Supplemental health insurance is a great way to help cover the expenses your primary insurance may not cover such as additional costs from hospital stays, transportation to hospitals, lodging, or even child care.
A critical illness insurance policy may pay a lump sum benefit to spend as you see fit.
Critical Illness insurance pays a benefit upon the diagnosis of a covered critical illness, such as:
- Major Organ Transplant
- Heart Attack
- Total Loss of Eyesight
- Total Loss of Hearing
- End-Stage Renal Failure
For more information about critical illness insurance, speak with a licensed insurance agent or producer.
1. American Heart Association, 2021 Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics Update Fact Sheet, 2021
2. CDC, Heart Disease Facts, 2020
Would your major medical plan cover all your expenses if you became critically ill?
Critical Illness insurance can be used to cover unpaid medical bills, travel expenses, lost income, and more.
The purpose of this communication is the solicitation of insurance. Policies and benefits may vary by state and have some limitations and exclusions. A licensed insurance agent or producer will provide additional information upon request.
Policy Form CILS; availability varies by state.