Single & Family

Individual and Family Solutions when group plan participation isn’t available.

    1. Individual insurance policies are distinct from group insurance policies, which are typically provided by employers as part of an employee benefits package. There are several types of individual insurance, each designed to address specific needs and risks. Here are some common forms of individual insurance:

      1. Life Insurance: Life insurance provides a payout to beneficiaries upon the policyholder’s death. This financial support can help cover funeral expenses, pay off debts, replace lost income, and provide for the policyholder’s family or loved ones.


      3. Health Insurance: Health insurance covers medical expenses, including doctor’s visits, hospitalization, prescription medications, and various medical services. It can also include dental and vision coverage.


      5. Disability Insurance: Disability insurance offers income protection if the policyholder becomes disabled and is unable to work. It provides a portion of the individual’s salary as a replacement income.

      1. Long-Term Care Insurance: Long-term care insurance covers the costs associated with nursing home care, assisted living facilities, and in-home care for individuals who can no longer perform daily activities independently due to aging or illness.


      3. Travel Insurance: Travel insurance offers protection when traveling, including coverage for trip cancellations, medical emergencies abroad, lost luggage, and other travel-related risks.

      1. Critical Illness Insurance: This type of insurance provides a lump sum payment upon the diagnosis of specific critical illnesses, such as cancer, heart disease, or stroke.


      3. Income Protection Insurance: Income protection insurance, also known as income replacement insurance, provides a portion of the policyholder’s income if they are unable to work due to injury or illness, but it typically offers broader coverage than disability insurance.

      The need for individual insurance varies depending on personal circumstances, financial goals, and potential risks. Individuals often work with insurance agents or financial advisors to assess their specific needs and choose the right policies. It’s important to review insurance policies regularly to ensure that they continue to meet your needs as circumstances change over time.

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