Coverage So Good It Looks Like an Accident

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Let’s face it, accidents happen, they are an inevitable part of everyday life.

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The fact that accidents happen at all, is just plain stressful.

 

Let’s ask some important questions:

 

  1. What do you do when an accident happens?
  2. Do you have the coverage for yourself and your employees?

 

If you don’t have coverage for accidents included in your benefits package that could be detrimental to your business.

 

The most troubling part about an accident, is the unplanned factor. Which can send your employees out of work for days or weeks on end. Added to that, when hospital bills and other medical expenses are incorporated, it can quickly become overwhelming and seem like there is no hope, especially if the employee is unable to work.

 

This is where accident coverage comes in handy, extra expenses are covered and your employee can focus on getting better faster. Saving you time and money.

 

Almost forty million Americans sought medical help in 2014 for poisoning and injury. You might be thinking, you don’t need accident coverage for your employees because of the work safety policies you have in authority, but almost forty-nine percent of those forty million accidents happened at home.

What’s even more shocking, is that most people don’t have finances or a plan to cover those expenses.

 

Accidental coverage plans can help offset these expenses, along with provide coverage for initial care, transportation, surgery and follow up care your employees may need. Especially when the cost of medical care, not to mention urgent or after hours care,  has skyrocketed and is only going to continue to do so.

 

You can’t put a price on piece of mind that your protected for the inevitable.  So do yourself, and your employees a huge favor, help life go right by getting them the accidental coverage they and their families need.

Warm regards,

 

Stacia

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