We discuss what critical illness insurance is, how it works, and the different types. Moreover, we will discuss potentially, better alternatives to critical illness insurance. (Yes, you heard us right.). Finally, we provide example premiums for critical illness insurance plans. By the time you finish this article, you will have a good idea if critical illness insurance is worth it and right for you.
If you read our article if critical illness insurance is worth the money, you know that answer really depends on you and your situation. Keep in mind that critical illness insurance is generally inexpensive when you consider the financial and emotional impact an illness takes on a family. In this article, we discuss the best critical illness insurance options for you and your family.
First, we discuss critical illness insurance underwriting and then the types of critical illness insurance available. Then, we discuss the plans we feel are the best, offering the right type of coverage and premium. Honestly, there will be carriers you have never heard of. Is this a bad thing? No. It means we at My Family Life Insurance have a lot of options to place you and your family in the right critical illness insurance plan.
Remember, the “best” or “right” critical illness insurance plan is the one that fits your needs, situation, and budget. Moreover, it pays the benefit to help you and your family. It’s not based on a brand name or a carrier on TV.
About 6 million people here in the United States live with bipolar disorder or manic depression. If you have bipolar disorder, you probably think that you can’t obtain burial insurance. That is simply not true. Sure, there might be life insurance carriers that decline you, but there others that won’t. You just need to know where to look. In this article, we discuss affordable burial insurance for people with bipolar disorder. We first discuss burial insurance underwriting, how it is different than traditional underwriting, and then discuss your options for burial insurance if you have bipolar disorder.
You put off purchasing dental insurance for awhile now. But, your bicuspid fell out. Now you need to get that fixed. You just purchased dental insurance and go to the dentist. Your dentist is in the plan’s network, and that makes you feel good. However, you turn upset when the office manager informs you that your partial bridge won’t be covered. The reason, she tells you, is because of a “missing tooth clause” with your dental insurance. You’ll have to pay 100% of the cost of your tooth replacement. In this article, we discuss the missing tooth clause and how to avoid it.
You feel you need a lot of dental work. Maybe you went to the dentist, and he or she indicated several recommended, expensive procedures. Or, many of your friends have had dental work done recently. They described the high-out-pocket costs. Hearing this nearly made your jaw drop! They mentioned they “max’d out” or went over their carrier’s annual benefit limit. Whatever the case may be, you want high benefit dental insurance. You want protection.