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Prepare for an unplanned critical illness

Nobody thinks a critical illness will happen to them.

Our critical illness benefits help relieve financial strain when someone is diagnosed with a covered critical illness as enumerated and defined in the policy by providing a lump sum payment, to be used however the insured person* chooses.

With this policy, critical illnesses are grouped into categories. Each Insured person has a maximum benefit amount per category as shown in the policy schedule. In the event an insured person is diagnosed with a covered critical illness, we will pay the benefit provided under the policy.

Worksite Critical Illness is a limited benefit policy. It is not intended to replace major medical, medical expense or Medicare Supplement coverage. The Critical Illness policy does not meet the Minimum Essential Coverage Requirements of the Affordable Care Act.

Worksite Critical Illness insurance from Illinois Mutual can help you financially prepare for covered critical illnesses.

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Advantages of Worksite Critical Illness Insurance

  • Guaranteed renewable until age 72
  • Portable coverage you own – keep the policy even if you leave your employer
  • Convenient payroll deduction or Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)

Optional Worksite Critical Illness Riders1

Elected at Employer Level

  • Cancer Critical Illness Benefit Rider – This rider adds coverage for certain types of cancers as enumerated and defined in the rider.

Elected at Employee Level

  • Wellness Benefit Rider2 – The selected benefit amount will help pay for the cost of one health screening test selected from a list contained in the policy. The benefit amount will be paid only once per calendar year and for only one covered person per policy. Covered screening tests may vary by state.
  • Recurrence Benefit Rider – This rider pays a benefit if the insured person is diagnosed with a recurrence of the same covered critical illness after being Symptom and Treatment Free as defined in the rider for 12 months. Please note, the Recurrence Benefit Rider excludes dependent child critical illnesses and certain other critical illnesses as enumerated in the rider. A recurrent critical illness benefit is payable only once per category for each insured person.
    • Cancer One Recurrence Benefit Rider – If the employer decides to offer the Cancer Critical Illness Rider, and if the employee selects the Recurrence Benefit Rider, the Cancer One Recurrence Benefit Rider also will be attached to the policy. This rider pays a benefit of the insured person is diagnosed with certain types of cancer a second time after being Symptom and Treatment Free as defined in the rider for 12 months. Please note, the Cancer One Recurrence Benefit Rider excludes certain cancers covered by the Cancer Critical Illness Rider.

Need to file a claim?

Contact the Claims Department

Phone: (800) 437-7355, ext. 751
Email: Claims@IllinoisMutual.com
Fax: (309) 673-8137

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May vary by state. Not all riders are available in all states; see list of rider availability by state below.

If the Accident Policy and Critical Illness policy are both applied for, the Wellness Benefit Rider will only be available on one policy.

*In the event the spouse is diagnosed with a covered critical illness, the benefit is paid to the spouse. In the event a dependent child is diagnosed with a covered critical illness, the benefit is paid to the primary insured.

May vary by state. Not all riders available in all states; see list of rider availability by state below.

Policy Form WC14, Voluntary Critical Illness Policy; Policy Form 9243, Wellness Benefit Rider; Policy Form 8061, Cancer Critical Illness Benefit Rider; Policy Form 8062, Recurrence Benefit Rider; Policy Form 8063, Cancer One Recurrence Benefit Rider

Voluntary Critical Illness Policy not available in AZ, CA, CT, AK, DC, GA, HI, MA, MN, MT, NH, NJ, NM, NY , UT, or VA. Cancer Critical Illness Benefit Rider and Cancer One Recurrence Benefit Rider not available in ME or WY. Wellness Benefit Rider not available in MI.

For costs and complete details of the coverage, contact your Illinois Mutual agent or Illinois Mutual. This communication is a brief description of your policy. If any discrepancies exist between this communication and the policy, the terms of the policy will control.

Illinois Mutual, its agents and representatives may not give legal or tax advice. An accountant or attorney should be consulted regarding individual circumstances.