Critical Illness Insurance

When cancer or criticall illness strikes, how will you pay your bills? How much does your treatment cost? Will your paycheck stop? Will you lose your home or job?

The odds of you getting cancer or critical illness in Georgia may be great or small, but one thing is sure. You can prepare now for paying the bills associated with changes in your health.

This video explains how a Georgia cash cancer and critical illness policy works.

 

Pays Cash Direct to You

A GA cash cancer and critical illness plan pays a lump sum benefit direct to you when you are stricken with a heart attack, stroke, coronary artery disease and many forms of cancer. You file one claim, not several. When your claim is approved the health insurance company sends a check direct to you.

Not to your doctor.

Not to the hospital.

The money is yours to use as you see fit to pay your bills.

Critical illness and cash cancer plans in Georgia pay a one time lump sum benefit direct to you. You may use the money to pay for your treatment or pay household bills.

You Control the Money and How it is Spent

Cash payments can range from $5,000 to $50,000. You decide the amount you need and how the money will be used.

You can use the money to pay for medical bills, prescription drugs, treatment not covered by your insurance policy, plan deductibles and coinsurance,. You can also use the money to pay for housing expenses, home health care, utilities car payments, groceries, credit cards and more.

Premiums Do Not Increase as you Age

Unlike other major medical coverage, premiums for cash cancer plans do not increase as you get older.

The application process is simple. Just answer a few health questions. No physical exam is needed.

While it is always a good idea to have major medical insurance, you may qualify for critical illness and cash cancer insurance even if you do not have major medical insurance or cannot qualify for regular health insurance.

Easy Application Process – No Physical Exam Required.

Even if you have been denied health insurance by Blue Cross or other health insurance companies you may still qualify for critical illness and cash cancer insurance.

Ask Georgia Insurance Shop for a Georgia  cash cancer and critical illness quote and application.