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What kind of insurance pays medical benefits only in the event the insured suffers from one stipulated disease?



A. Critical illness
B. Group medical expense
C. Specified disease
D. Individual medical expense

This question is part of Life & Health - Practice Exam 5
Asked by Wyatt Williams, Last updated: Jun 30, 2020

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Jeff Pennington

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Jeff Pennington, Insurance Agent, Finance and Banking, Roswell GA

Answered Apr 01, 2020

Critical illness is the correct answer.

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Thomas Ben

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Thomas Ben, Financial & Insurance Adviser, Higher Education, united kingdom

Answered Nov 05, 2019

A. Critical illness

Critical illness cover is a policy will help to protect when insured suffering from critical diseases.

 

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