Articles Under the Tag: Critical Illness
American Fidelity has implemented a new rider to offer additional protection against various infectious diseases.
Critical illness insurance can help you and your family be financially prepared in case of a sudden life-threatening illness.
If you are changing jobs or retiring, it’s important to know which benefits you can keep and which you’d lose.
When Oldair purchased critical illness insurance, he didn’t expect to need the policy, but he appreciated the sense of security it provided.
Filing insurance claims may feel like a confusing or stressful (or both) process for you and your employees, but it doesn’t have to be.
Insurance that’s often referred to as supplemental or voluntary is usually related to your health, but it is not health or medical insurance.
If you own certain insurance policies, like a critical illness or an accident policy, you may be eligible for a wellness benefit.
Critical illness insurance can help offset out-of-pocket costs for treatments of heart attack and stroke.