Critical Illness

Dolores Nehlig, Manes, Kristen

Critical Illness insurance can help fill a financial gap if you or a family member experiences a severe, life-threatening illness, such as cancer, heart attack, or major organ transplant. Upon diagnosis of a covered illness, you can receive a lump-sum benefit. Watch a VIDEO about this benefit offering. Click on the "attachments" tab to view even more information.

Underwritten by UnitedHealthcare
UnitedHealthcare's Customer Service number: 1.888.299.2070
Policy #303972

Forms and Resources
Premiums are based on age-banded rates (see Premium Rate Sheet) and are deducted post-tax.
Deductions are made the month prior to coverage effective date
Effective date is 1st of the month following a full month of employment.

Covered Illness

    *Cardinoma in situ (for a partial benefit)
    *Heart attack
    *Heart failure
    *Ruptured Aneurysm
    *Coronary artery bypass (25%)
    *Chronic renal failure
    *Major organ failure
    *Severe burns
    *Severe brain damage

Guarantee Issue Limits
Employee: $10,000 or $20,000
Spouse: $5,000 or $10,000
Child(ren): $2,500
If you purchase coverage for yourself, you may buy coverage for eligible dependents.

Wellness Benefit
$100 per year
with Health Screening Tests:
    *Chest x-rays
    *And more
5/16/2015 1:27:58 AM
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