Critical Illness

No one is ever really prepared for a life-altering critical illness diagnosis. The whirlwind of appointments, tests, treatments and medications can add to your stress levels. The treatment to recovery is vital, but it can also be expensive. Your medical coverage may only cover some of the costs associated with treatment. You’re still responsible for deductibles and coinsurance. If treatment keeps you out of work, the financial worries can grow quickly and stress levels may rise. Critical illness coverage helps provide financial support if you are diagnosed with a covered critical illness. With the expense of treatment often high, seeking the treatment you need could seem like a financial burden. When diagnosis occurs, you need to be focuses on getting better and taking control of your health, not stressing over financial worries

Critical Illness Insurance

  • $10,000 and $20,000 coverage plans available
  • Immediate Coverage
  • No Medical Checks required
  • Fixed Rate (No Price Increases)
  • Individual and Family Coverage available
  • Covered dependents receive 50% of your Basic-Benefit Amount
  • Benefits are paid regardless of any other medical or disability plan coverage
  • Payroll Deductions
  • Free Quote


Heart Attack – the death of a portion of the heart muscle due to inadequate blood supply. Established (old) myocardial infarction and cardiac arrest are not covered

Stroke – the death of a portion of the brain producing neurological sequelae including infarction of brain tissue, hemorrhage and embolization from an extra-cranial source. Transient ischemic attacks (TIAs), head injury, chronic cerebrovascular insufficiency and reversible ischemic neurological deficits are not covered

End Stage Renal Failure – irreversible failure of both kidneys, resulting in peritoneal dialysis or hemodialysis. Renal failure caused by traumatic events, including surgical trauma, are not covered

Major Organ Transplant – pays either Candidate Benefit if placed on National Transplant List, or Surgery Benefit for transplant of heart, lungs, liver, pancreas or kidneys. Lungs and kidneys are each considered one major organ, regardless of whether one or both lungs or kidneys are transplanted. Surgery Benefit not paid if Candidate Benefit paid; also not paid for mechanical or non-human organs

Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery – to correct narrowing or blockage of one or more coronary arteries with bypass graft. Abdominal aortic bypass, balloon angioplasty, laser embolectomy, atherectomy, stent placement and non-surgical procedures are not covered

Waiver of Premium (employee only) – premiums waived if disabled for 90 consecutive days due to a critical illness or specified disease


Invasive Cancer – malignant tumor with uncontrolled growth, including Leukemia and Lymphoma. Carcinoma in situ, non-invasive or metastasized skin cancer and early prostate cancer are not covered

Carcinoma In Situ – non-invasive cancer, including early prostate cancer (stages A, I, II) and melanoma that has not invaded the dermis. Other skin malignancies, pre-malignant lesions (such as intraepithelial neoplasia), benign tumors and polyps are not covered


Initial Critical Illness – second diagnosis more than 6 months after the first date of diagnosis for which an Initial Critical Illness benefit was paid

Cancer Critical Illness – second diagnosis more than 6 months after the last date treatment was received for which a Cancer Critical Illness benefit was paid


Skin Cancer Rider – includes diagnosis of basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma. Must not have been paid within 365 days. Malignant melanoma and pre-cancerous conditions such as leukoplakia; actinic keratosis; carcinoid; hyperplasia; polycythemia; non-malignant melanoma; moles; and similar diseases or lesions are not covered

Fixed Wellness Rider – 24 exams. Once per person per calendar year; see left for list of wellness services and tests *Benefits paid once per covered person. When all benefits have been used, the coverage terminates.

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Percentages below are based on the Basic Benefit Amount of $10,000 (Plan 1) or $20,000 (Plan 2) chosen by your employer.

Covered dependents receive 50% of your benefit amount.

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