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Supplemental Insurance Overview

Building Blocks in Securing Your Family’s Financial Future

Supplemental Overview

Secure Your Family’s Financial Future
  • Cash paid directly to you, tax free.
  • Basic individual and family plans are available for just a few dollars per week.
  • Benefits are paid whether you are in or out of the hospital.
  • All benefits are paid in addition to any other insurance you may have.
  • Supplemental insurance protects you family, your income, and your lifestyle.
Catastrophic Insurance
  • Protects against the high costs associated with cancer treatment and 20 other dreaded diseases.
  • Includes radiation, chemotherapy, experimental treatment, lodging for other family members and transportation.
  • Also available is Heart/Stroke Insurance which helps protect your financial resources when expensive treatment is needed for heart disease or stroke.
  • Benefits are provided whether you are in or out of the hospital, and is in addition to any other existing coverages.
Disability Income Insurance
  • Safeguards against additional expenses associated with accidental injury, sickness and death.
  • Benefits include accidental death and dismemberment, hospital confinement, dislocations and fractures, ambulance services, and medical expenses.
  • Benefits are paid directly to the member, and are paid in addition to any other accident, sickness, or disability plan they may have.
  • These payments are tax free and can be used for whatever purpose deemed necessary by the insured.
  • Sickness protection may also be purchased.
Term Life Insurance
  • Furnishes a low cost death benefit over a definite period of time.
  • Coverage is guaranteed renewable to age 80.
  • Also available is a children’s term rider, waiver of premium and an accidental death benefit.
  • Ten and twenty year term can be purchased on a simplified issue basis.
Juvenile Life Insurance
  • Offers an affordable way to provide your child or children with permanent life insurance.
  • The program accumulates value that can be used for any number of things such as college, marriage, a down payment on a first home, etc.

is the #1 cause of death in the United States. About 610,000 people die of heart disease in the United States every year.

is the #2 cause of death among Americans and will strike 1 in 3 people next year.

are the 4th leading cause of death in the U.S. and are the #1 cause of death in persons under age 38.

is one of the most sought after benefits for employer groups.

The 4 leading causes are:

  • Heart and circulatory
  • Respiratory disease
  • Fractures and other injuries
  • Cancer