How would you make a living in 2019 if you were diagnosed with cancer and couldn’t work? How would you pay your mortgage? Your car loan?
These aren’t pleasant thoughts, but the statistics show these questions are too important to ignore.
- There are more than 1 million new cases of cancer
- Around 800,000 Americans have a stroke
- Roughly 27.6 million Americans are diagnosed with heart disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control
Even though your health care insurance will pay for some of the treatment, you are still responsible for the deductible and anything else not covered. In addition, health insurance doesn’t provide any financial assistance for the time you’re out of work.
We don’t want you to live with the stress of uncertainty.
Unlike traditional health insurance plans, Critical Illness Insurance doesn’t pay medical bills. Instead, it pays a lump sum if you’re diagnosed with a disease covered under the plan. These funds can be used to pay for anything: rent, utility bills or deductibles.
Our critical illness plans offer coverage for:
- Heart attacks
- End-stage renal disease (ESRD)
By enrolling in one (or all) of these plans, you can minimize your risk of accruing crushing medical debt. Contact us and we’ll show you how.