Would you prefer a Get Well card, or $50,000 check?
NEW: Now CANCER SURVIVORS can also get cancer insurance benefits!!! Read more here.
I know many people are currently fighting with an illness or recovering from an accident, that struggle financially due to high costs of medical care. Even if you have health insurance, not all incidental expenses are covered by major medical coverage. That’s why it is wise to get protection against major risks like cancer, heart disease, stroke and other critical illnesses. A safety net savings account for catastrophic situations is always needed, that will cover at least three to six months of expenses. Job loss may occur as well as other unexpected expenses. How will you pay your bills if you can’t work due to a major illness or accident? Besides sick-pay with disability insurance, you should also look into protecting yourself with a critical illness and cancer insurance policy.
Cancer coverage will pay a LUMP SUM of money at FIRST DIAGNOSIS of cancer. There are also policies that cover stroke, heart attack, organ transplant, Alzheimer’s Disease, major burns, and other critical illnesses. Get protection NOW, when you’re healthy!
If tomorrow you’ll get diagnosed with a critical illness, would you prefer a “Get well” card, or a check to help you recover and replace income loss? Benefits are available from $10,000 in a lump sum at first diagnosis of a critical illness, up to $500,000 in lump sum benefit. Premiums are affordable. Ask for a free quote today!
To get more info about Cancer Insurance Benefits and Critical Illness Insurance, click here.
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