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65% Of American Cancer survivors said they did not have sufficient income to cover out-of-pocket expenses for cancer treatment and other incurred debts related to the illness following treatment. 

Insights From Survivors: Managing the Personal, Emotional and Financial Impact of Cancer, Washington National Institute for Wellness Solutions, 2014.

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Q: How does Accident Insurance coverage work?

Accident insurance can be an important coverage in addition to both medical and disability benefits. 

This plan pays IN ADDITION to your medical insurance.  So, even though you may have health insurance that provides you insurance protection for accidents – this pays YOU directly and regardless of what the health insurance pays.  It is specifically designed to provide you financial means to help you cover costs associated with the unplanned out of pocket expenses associated with having an accident.

The plan helps cover costs such as deductibles, emergency room visits, diagnostic tests such as MRI and Cat Scans, X-rays, Crutches and more. These payments can really go a long way towards offsetting your deductible and co-insurance and could provide you an additional financial safety net when you need it the most.