The Seven Questions

THE SEVEN QUESTIONS FOR PEOPLE UNDER 65

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*Accidents and Critical Illness represent about 84% of overall healthcare risk for people under 65 and it’s mostly not covered by health insurance.

*Healthcare costs are the #1 reason for new bankruptcy claims*

  1. DO YOU KNOW SOMEONE WHO HAS SUFFERED A HEART ATTACK, STROKE OR CANCER?
  2. DID THEY SURVIVE AND WAS THEIR QUALITY OF LIFE AFFECTED IN A NEGATIVE MANNER?
  3. IF I HAD A LIFE INSURANCE PRODUCT THAT PAID UPON DEATH AND COULD PROVIDE YOU BETWEEN $10,000 AND $250,000 IF YOU SUFFERED ANY OF EIGHT COVERED CRITICAL ILLNESS WOULD YOU BE INTERESTED?
  4. HAS ANYONE IN YOUR FAMILY EVER HAD AN ACCIDENT?
  5. DID THEY HAVE TO GO TO A MEDICALLY QUALIFIED PHYSICIAN BECAUSE OF THAT ACCIDENT?
  6. IF I HAD A PLAN THAT COVERED YOU AND YOUR WHOLE FAMILY FOR $5,000 OF ACCIDENT PROTECTION WOULD YOU BE INTERESTED?
  7. IF YOU CALLED ME IN SIX MONTHS AFTER HAVING A HEART ATTACK, STROKE OR CANCER, WOULD YOU WANT A GET WELL CARD OR A CHECK FOR UP TO $250,000?

CRITICAL ILLNESS INSURANCE QUOTES- A Good Idea for Anyone Under 65

  • In 2009, over 38,000 people per day were diagnosed with cancer
  • Every 34 seconds an American suffers a heart attack
  • 1,650 mean and women will suffer their first stroke today
  • 3 out of 4 people will get a critical illness in their lifetime
  • 45% of all heart attacks are suffered by people under 65
  • Life expectancy is growing but this increases the chance you will have to deal with a critical illness
  • According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, nearly one-third of families caring for a critically ill person lost most or all of their savings.
  • One of two men and one of three women will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime.
  • Three of four American families will have a member of their family diagnosed with cancer.
  • The future incidence of stroke is estimated to increase by 60% while the number that survive will also increase and be required to live with a disability.