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Critical Diseases

Critical Diseases

Critical Illness Insurance of MAPFRE (Life Insurance) differs from regular life insurance because it is not purchased for the beneficiaries, but to the use of the insured who has survived a critical illness. It has a wide range of benefits, depending on the chosen policy.

The main benefits of Critical Illness Insurance are:

  • Four types of plan to choose, according to the diseases it covers:
    • Plan A: Cancer
    • Plan B: A + heart attack and stroke
    • Plan C: B + surgery arteries and renal failure.
    • Plan D: C + blindness, multiple sclerosis, paralysis and deafness.
  • Personal or family cover up to your choice.
  • For only $10.25 you can get up to $50,000 if you are diagnosed with cancer or suffer a heart attack or stroke (providing you have the appropriate policy and have between 36 and 40 years).
  • Once diagnosed, you can make use of the money as you like (on treatments that you need most, without any restrictions).
  • The income provided by insurance offset by economic failures according to ending your work.
  • Possibility of deductibles, copayments or additional tests.
  • The money given may be used for paying school, mortgages or loans, for example.
  • Different limits available, from $10,000 to $50,000.
  • Premiums vary within each five-year period.
  • Raw established according to the age of the insured.
  • Annual renewal guaranteed.

MAPFRE is the insurance company with more outlets and attention.

Access to Customer Service 24 hours 365 days a year via telephone 787-250-5214.

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