Critical Illness Health
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Reduce financial impact of a critical illness
What is it?
Critical Illness coverage is an insurance product, where the insurer is contracted to typically make a lump sum cash payment if the policyholder is diagnosed with one of the critical illnesses listed in the insurance policy.
What is covered?
The schedule of insured illnesses varies between our insurance companies. The following is a partial list:
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|• Heart attack||• Cancer||• Stroke|
|• Coronary Artery by-pass Surgery||• Alzheimer’s Disease||• Blindness|
|• Deafness||• Kidney Failure||• Organ Transplant|
|• Multiple Sclerosis||• HIV/ AIDS||• Parkinson’s Disease|
|• Paralysis of Limb||• Terminal Illness|
Who needs Critical Illness Insurance?
Critical illness cover was originally sold with the intention of providing financial protection to individuals following the diagnosis or treatment of an illness deemed critical. Critical illness may be purchased by individuals in conjunction with a life insurance or term assurance policy at the time of a residential purchase, known as a ‘bolt-on’ benefit.
What plans are available to me?
In addition to our traditional critical illness health coverage plan, we also offer a broad range of specialty products to meet your needs as well as those of your family’s:
|• Life Insurance||• Group Medical||• Accident Insurance|
|• Dental||• Personal Health||• Disability|
|• Vision||• Major Medical||• RX Pharmacy|
For product details, comparing options and finding the right Critical Illness Health insurance coverage, please speak with one of our Licensed Agents.
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