When illness strikes, you can strike back. If you have a serious health condition, critical illness coverage can help lighten the load.
Even with medical insurance, a serious health condition could cost you. Critical illness insurance can provide you with extra cash when you need it most—if you or a family member covered under this plan is treated for a major medical event (such as a heart attack or stroke) or diagnosed with a critical illness (such as cancer or end-stage renal disease).
To learn more, go to Aon Benefits Link at aonbenefits.com/link > Voluntary Benefits > Critical Illness.
Choose Your Coverage Level
Aon will automatically provide you with $3,000 of critical illness insurance per covered person at no cost to you if you participate in either the Bronze, Bronze Plus, or Silver medical option. You may purchase additional critical illness insurance up to $20,000 for yourself and each of your eligible dependents. Certain limits apply.
New for 2021, under Infectious Diseases, COVID-19 is covered as follows: 100% coverage in the $3,000 benefit Employer Paid Plan and 25% coverage in the choice $10,000/$15,000/$20,000 benefit Employee Paid Plan.
Things to Consider
When deciding whether to enroll in critical illness insurance, be sure to consider the following:
Cost per Paycheck
You’ll be able to see the cost per paycheck for all your options when you enroll through UPoint.
Your and Your Family’s Needs
Does a serious health condition run in your family? Would you need financial help to offset the cost of a serious health situation? If you answered “yes” to either question, having critical illness insurance could give you peace of mind.