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Accidents and Critical illness coverage can help fill the gap between health coverage and life insurance. Health coverage provides benefits for medical treatment but doesn’t include benefits for non-medical expenses. Traditional life insurance pays benefits to the named beneficiary after death. What if You survive a critical illness? Where will You find the financial resources to cover non-medical costs during recovery?
Critical Illness Statistics:
Accidents CAN happen . . . In 2010, non-fatal injuries cost society more than $471 billion in productivity losses and over $111 billion in medical costs.
Supplemental Accidents and Critical illness coverage gives you excess medical expense coverage by providing you with lump-sum payouts when you have an accident that results in a loss. This coverage can help you offset the cost of deductibles, co-pays, prescription drugs, diagnostic tests, and other expenses.