What is a specified health event? It's a serious health event such as heart attack, end-stage renal failure or third-degree burns. It's not only a life-altering physical event, but a devastating financial one as well. Specified health event insurance may make all the difference by providing cash benefits as you concentrate on your recovery.
Covered health events may include:
This is for illustrative purposes only. Benefits may not be available in all states.
You can review all of your plans for coverage below. This is a brief overview. There may be multiple levels of the same coverage. Benefits and benefit amounts are determined by state, plan level, and type of coverage selected. Refer to the attached brochure for details on benefits, limitations, and exclusions before applying for coverage.
This insurance policy pays a $5,000 first-occurrence benefit when you are first diagnosed as having had one of the following specified health events: heart attack, stroke, coronary artery bypass surgery, end-stage renal failure, major human organ transplant, major third-degree burns, coma, paralysis, or sudden cardiac arrest.
This rider will help protect you against rising medical costs by increasing your First-Occurrence Benefit payout on each rider anniversary date.
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