UnitedHealthOne critical illness insurance
Critical illnesses can bring a lot of extra expenses. Not just health bills, but lost wages, child care, car repair, etc. With UnitedHealthOne Critical Illness, you'll know your budget will have some extra padding in case you experience a qualifying critical illness.
The critical illness plan doesn’t reimburse hospitals for your medical costs. If you have a qualified illness, they’ll send a benefit check straight to you. You can use the money for whatever you need—to help with your copayments and deductible, or living expenses, or lost wages. It’s a little added protection.
Benefit Levels (what we pay you):
Benefits are paid upon first diagnosis, as a one-time payment, not paid based on actual expenses incurred.
Lump Sum Benefit Payment - choice of maximum lifetime benefit amount: $10,000, $20,000, $30,000, $40,000, $50,000
Coverage for Most Critical Illness Diagnoses including: Heart Attack, stroke, life-threatening cancer, even loss of hearing, vision or speech plus others (see brochure for complete details)
Tax-Free Benefits - use the cash any way he/she wants, tax-free.
Plan Benefits, Exclusions, Limitations. For more details about this critical illness plan, read through the product brochure.
At this time the insurance is only available in Arizona, Michigan, Missouri and Ohio.
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Arizona (downloadable application available soon; online enrollment available now)
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