Accident and Sickness Insurance

Our most important asset is our ability to earn an income! Would you not agree?

 

FACT: There are 463 hospitals in Ontario as of 2015 Statistic.

Every day, every hospital waiting room, hall ways and beds are full of either people getting sick or people who had an accident. Go take a visit to your nearest local hospital!

 

If you are totally disable and at home or hospitalized due to an accident or sickness, your bills would still continue to come in. Isn’t that true?

Could you use an additional Daily income of up to $300 A day?

Would that make a difference to your being able to pay your rent/mortgage and all those bills that don’t stop coming in even when we are sick or have an accident?

Fact: People usually will insure their:

Cars

Homes

but not their income – (that actually pays for the car and home insurance)

Why Not protect your most valuable asset – YOUR INCOME! GET A Plan that will cover YOU and your family – Yes , when the kids get sick or have an accident, parents lose income from having to take time off work to look after their children.

 

 

Here is a Hospital accident and sickness plan that will cover you:

  • Accident and Sickness insurance that covers YOU 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, , 365 days a year
  • 0 – zero waiting period
  • No proof of income
  • Not based on your occupation and not based on your income – unlike regular disability income plans
  • Unlimited claims – you can claim as many times as you want
  • Available to anyone from 6 months to age 69 years and covers them to age 85 – unheard of!
  • Guaranteed renewable to age 85
  • Tax Free Benefit – pays over and above any other personal insurance plan you may have, over WSIB , and over EI-unemployment insurance
  • No integration of benefits
  • Return of premium – if no claims in 10 years
  • Extremely cost effective and affordable to get it.

Yes, this plan is for REAL and is available to anyone one who wants it.

NOTE: All sickness plans will have a medical requirements questions that must be met, but once those are met, the benefits are available.